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Tesco trade-in's go nationwide


Supermarket giant Tesco has expanded its game trade-in service nationwide, allowing you to get cash for your old games and put it towards your bananas.

Press adverts started running today in national newspapers, displaying the trade-in values for used games and advising you can redeem the value against anything in the store.

According to the ads, Tesco will pay £12 for 2010 FIFA World Cup on PS3, £17 for Mario Kart Wii and £19 for the 360 version of Red Dead Redemption.

You will also be able to buy used games in store, with currently 60 outlets accepting pre-owned games in their entertainment departments.

Every little helps towards the shopping we suppose.

Thanks, MCV.

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