In a shocking twist, some new game stores are offering free games in exchange for a free ticket to the free game.
The following stores have recently announced that they are offering up to $30 in free games to people who register online:Best Buy.
The retailer will sell all of its new and refurbished games for free on Friday, November 8.
The stores are also offering up games that are not on sale and are still being offered as a discount.
“This is a fantastic initiative by the retailers to give free games away,” said Brian Tapp, Vice President of Business Development at Gamestop.
“Gamestop is an incredible place to shop and to play games.
We’ve had more than 300 million people visit our stores every year.
It is no secret that we’re an amazing retailer and the free games we offer will be a huge help to our customers.”
The store is offering up a selection of new and used games for $1.99 per game, which is $1 off retail prices.
It is not the first time that GameStop has offered up a free gaming session in exchange to a ticket to a game.
Last year, the retailer started offering up discounts for a variety of free games.
As far back as 2014, the company offered up $50 in free gaming sessions to people willing to pay $1 to attend an upcoming free weekend.
In 2017, GameStop offered $100 in free online gaming sessions for a single ticket to an upcoming holiday event.
While some people have criticized the retailer for the promotions, many believe the retailer is using the free offers to boost its sales.
For instance, GameStops popularity was directly tied to a recent trend of people buying the new and redesigned Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles.
Despite the positive buzz surrounding the new consoles, it is not all that surprising that GameStills sales were not as strong as some expected.
This week, Microsoft said that its Xbox and PlayStation consoles have surpassed 30 million units sold in the U.S. and that Xbox One sales will reach 100 million units by the end of 2017.