Heads up, gamers. When you have any old gift certificates lying around that you simply don’t anticipate using you can now trade them set for credit at GameStop. GameStop is attempting to make it even easier for customers to purchase its stores and website by expanding its gift card exchange program. The video game retailer enables customers to switch unwanted gift cards to get a GameStop e-gift card via a program powered by gift card exchange platform Cardpool.
to participate in, submit your gift card facts about GameStop’s website by deciding on the store it’s for, entering a card number, and the pin (if it’s available). Once the information is verified, a GameStop gift card is going to be mailed for you. Following that, you may use the card with the greater than 4,400 GameStop store locations nationwide or online. It is possible to exchange gift cards from nearly 100 retailers, including popular stores like Best Buy, Gap, Kmart, and Kohl’s and restaurants like California Pizza Kitchen, Cheesecake Factory, and P.F. Chang’s.
“We’ve been about providing our customers accessibility best in gaming technology and providing value through our trade-in and preowned offerings,” Jon Haes, vice president of pre-owned merchandising at GameStop, said in a statement. “Through our partnership with Cardpool, GameStop is offering customers a whole new method to get the devices and games they enjoy playing. Offering our customers the unique capability to exchange other retailers’ gift certificates into gamestop gift cards, we are providing a way to get a lot more value from as a GameStop customer.”
The retailer announced that customers can now sell much more select gift certificates to GameStop to acquire the merchandise they need to buy at any of its over 4,000 retail locations and also online.
“We’ve always provided the most effective value through our trade-in and preowned offerings, and the success of our original gift card exchange offering has proven that,” said Jon Haes, senior director, pre-owned merchandising at GameStop. “We’re pumped up about our growing partnership with Cardpool. This is the logical ‘next step’ in revolutionizing just how major retailers offer prepaid gifting exchange while providing customers more approaches to access immediate value both in their stores and on-line.”
Depending on the successful 2014 launch and consumer demand for the internet exchange program, GameStop Exchange is expanding in order that customers also can quickly sell their gift certificates in GameStop retail stores and also have the value loaded to your GameStop gift card that can be immediately accustomed to make GameStop purchases. This instant gratification is actually a key component towards the GameStop exchange experience, and a differentiated advantage for GameStop through its partnership with Cardpool. “GameStop is already the first choice from the game trades business,” said Tomas Campos, Blackhawk Network general manager of digital & emerging services. “Gift card exchange is yet another valuable company to offer with their customers that further differentiates GameStop in the marketplace.”