Best Buy builds on popular video game trade-in program

Best Buy has expanded its program that gives customers store credits in exchange for their old video games, launching the previously online-only program to 600 stores and announcing plans to roll it out to all stores by October. The chain announced the move a day after Target made public its plans to introduce a trade-in program that includes video games, mobile phones and iPods.

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