Typical DiscountsJoin the Mailing List
Join the email list at Gamestop.com to receive newsletters containing exclusive promotions, coupons and a link to the weekly ad. You will also be the first to know about chain events, such as tournaments and midnight openings.
Be sure sign up for a free PowerUp Rewards card. You'll earn points with every GameStop purchase, which can be redeemed for gift cards, subscriptions to Xbox LIVE or the PlayStation Network, exclusive in-game content and more. Activate the card online to receive 500 instant bonus points. Upgrade to PRO for $14.99 a year to receive even more extras, including bonuses on purchases and trade-ins.
Typical Coupon Discounts
GameStop periodically offers discount coupons on in-stock games and accessories. Typical coupons feature a specific percentage-off with minimum purchase. Remember to check the weekly ad for additional coupons and information regarding current promotions. Coupons usually exclude hardware, such as consoles and laptops, and are not valid on pre-orders.
The deals section features discounted games and gaming equipment, both new and pre-owned. You can save as much as 50% by bundling your games, hardware and accessories. As far as individual sales go, GameStop periodically offers publisher-specific markdowns.
Save & Strategize
Receive 10% off a strategy guide if purchased with the game. This offer applies to both new and pre-owned games, but does not apply to bundles and cannot be combined with other coupons.
Creative Deal HuntingFollow GameStop
GameStop’s Facebook page features a store locator and frequent contests. Past contests gave lucky followers the chance to win consoles, new games and gift cards. Their Twitter feed also features unique contests, as well as coupon codes and sale news.
How Experts Save Even MoreBest Sales of the Year
The best sales can be found during and after the holiday season. Black Friday in-store and Cyber Monday online are especially good days to find great deals. Both locations offer similar deals, but the physical stores offer a trade-in credit option for used games and equipment.