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GameStop Is Already Selling Tears Of The Kingdom For $20…With A Catch

Link faces an enemy in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.
Link faces an enemy in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.

GameStop will happily sell Nintendo’s $70 The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild sequel, Tears of the Kingdom, to you for only $20, as long as you complete the sacrifice: trade-in two of your favorite games.

The offer is available today, May 12, ToTK’s release date, through May 20, and the trade-in for $50 of store credit must be made while purchasing ToTK.

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According to the offer’s fine print on the GameStop website, though, “trades [are] subject to manager approval,” and so games in poor condition could net you less than the full $50 off, and others could net you more. In the latter case, you will still not be able to put more than $50 toward your ToTK purchase; you’ll have to hold onto the in-store credit until some other GameStop offer catches your eye.

There are over 100 titles eligible for trade-in, many of them games released within the last year, and so you bought them for well over $25 each. Some of them include:

  • Advance Wars 1+2 Re-Boot Camp (for Switch)

  • Bayonetta Origins Cereza and the Lost Demon (Switch)

  • Call of Duty Modern Warfare II (for PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X)

  • Dead Space (PS5, Xbox Series X)

  • Elden Ring (PS4)

  • Evil West (PS5, Xbox Series X)

  • Fire Emblem Engage (Switch)

  • God of War Ragnarök (PS5)

  • Gotham Knights (PS5)

  • Minecraft Legends Deluxe (PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox Series X)

  • Resident Evil 4 (PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X)

But there are also a few older eligible titles, like Yoshi’s Crafted World (for Switch) and Metroid Samus Returns (for 3DS) which both came out, um, also within the last six years.

You might get a better deal selling your blood platelets, or you can look out for other discounts. NintendoLife is offering U.S. players a 5 percent discount on $70 Nintendo eShop cards, and IGN has a $10-off promo code for what it assures you is “a legitimate site.” Hm, thanks for the offers, but I’ll pass. I really need to get some of these platelets off my hands.


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