GameStop is about to get some strange competition as the convenience store chain 7-Eleven has now entered the used game business. 7-Eleven has entered into a partnership with Game Trading Technologies, a company that specializes in refurbishment and redistribution of used games.
7-Eleven is calling its marketing push the “Great Games Below $20” program.
While most of us rarely think of picking up our video games from 7-Eleven during our coffee and slurpee runs, maybe we should all start doing so.
$20 for a used game isn’t a bad price depending on the game.