GameStop is altering its rewards program — save $10/yr if you happen to enroll earlier than June 27

SAVE $10: GameStop is overhauling its PowerUp Rewards membership program (quickly to be named GameStop Professional) and growing its worth from $14.99/yr to $24.99/yr. Join(opens in a brand new tab) earlier than June 27 to change into a member and lock within the decrease price.


GameStop’s buyer loyalty program is leveling up.

Beginning subsequent month, the retailer’s current PowerUp Rewards membership will change into GameStop Professional and embody further reductions on pre-owned video games, collectibles, clearance objects, and extra (as first reported by Kotaku(opens in a brand new tab)). The rebrand comes with a $10 worth hike from $14.99/yr to $24.99/yr, however if you happen to enroll(opens in a brand new tab) earlier than the change formally goes into impact on June 27, you will lock in that decrease price.

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This system begins paying for itself instantly. GameStop Professional members will obtain a $10 welcome reward (plus a $5 renewal credit score down the highway) along with the next new advantages:

  • 5% off pre-owned consoles, video games, equipment, and tech

  • 5% off collectibles, buying and selling, playing cards, toys, and attire

  • 5% off clearance objects

  • 5% off GameStop-branded merchandise from its Atrix, Geeknet, and Fashionable Icons traces (GameStop present playing cards do not depend)

  • 5% off GameStop Safety Plans in shops

Just a few member perks are carrying over from the earlier model of this system, together with $5 month-to-month rewards, unique entry to sure product drops and at the very least 4 Professional Week gross sales, 2% again on each buy, and an additional 10% again on trade-ins. There’s some new nice print, although: Rewards now expire after 12 months.

All issues thought-about, GameStop Professional might be price it for these of us who usually purchase new video games and {hardware}. Even if you happen to simply took benefit of the $10 welcome bonus and $5 month-to-month coupons (then did not renew), that is a complete annual financial savings of $65.


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