Saturday, December 10, 2011

GameStop Jingle in Your Pocket (with $50 GameStop giveaway!)


It seems like our electronic devices are out of date almost as fast as we get them out of their packaging these days- there's always something fancier and newer out there! If this describes you- bring in your old iPod, iPhone and iPad to GameStop and put some more jingle in your pocket this holiday! No packing, shipping or hassle- a store associate will tell you the value of your trade items and give you cash or store credit on the spot.  To find a GameStop store near you, visit this link.


Current Trade Values:
Get store credit or cash for your old iPod, iPhone or iPad:
  • iPod Nano- Up to $70
  • iPod- Up to $150
  • iPhone- Up to $180
  • iPad- Up to $300
That's a lot of money that you can use to buy gifts this holiday season!

I have good news- to celebrate GameStop's Jingle in Your Pocket program, I'm giving away a $50 gift certificate to GameStop! Open to US mailing addresses only, enter at the Rafflecopter widget below.


And if that's not exciting enough- Mom Spark is giving away a $1000 GameStop gift card!  Just share a photo of yourself trading in your iPod, iPhone or iPad at GameStop in the comments of this post over at Mom Spark, and you'll be entered to win the $1000 GameStop gift card. Good luck!







Disclosure: This promotional sponsored post was made possible by Mom Spark Media. Thoughts are my own. I was compensated for my time investment and work on this campaign. Thanks to GameStop for providing me with a gift card to giveaway. All prizing for MSM giveaways is handled by a third party unless otherwise noted. For this reason prize fulfillment can take up to 90 days after the winners information is received.

25 comments:

Rebecca Graham said...

Download the Shop Savvy app on your smartphone to find the lowest price of a particular item.

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Christina said...

I shop year round during sales (combined with coupons since many toy manufacturers have coupons out now) and clearance for things you can. Shop online (amazon - using GC's that I got from swagbucks and other sites). And the past 2 years we've had a yard sale in October or November, I used all the money we made for Christmas - it really helped with the holidays!

ape2016 said...

My tip is to set a limit and stick to it and use only cash.

JC said...

Watch for sales and combine with coupons to save more.

Kathy Rambousek said...

I try to plan ahead and shop a bit at a time. I also save up those $$$ rewards from my yearlong credit card purchases and use them at Christmas

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austhome said...

We put spare cash into a money box that has no lid so we're not tempted to raid it.

Stacey L said...

I like to shop on line and find the best price

laura20v said...

Watch for great specials and sales all year long!! laura20v@hotmail.com

jakiesmom said...

COMPARASION SHOP AND DON'T ASSUME YOU CAN'T FIND THE TOY YOU'VE BEEN LOOKING FOR AT A NON TRADITIONAL TOY STORE JUST SCORED ONE THAT WAS 19.99 BUT THANKS TO A BEDDING STORE COUPON GOT IT FOR 12.00 CAUSE THEY HAD IT FOR CHRISTMAS
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maria g said...

Buy gifts earlier in the year when stuff is on sale and save it in the attic until its time to wrap it all!

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Shannon said...

Buy stuff on sale, follow blogs that help you find stuff on sale.

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karenmed409 said...

Shop for bargains and use any rewards cards you have to rack up extra savings. Shop on a budget and stick to your limits
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Emilie said...

Win stuff instead of buying it!

Melissa O. said...

My tip is shop all year for Christmas. Any time there is a good sale grab it. Don't miss out on a good deal because Christmas is months away.

Sassy said...

I shop throughout the year and watch sales

Sara Wood said...

I shop around for the best deals and enter giveaways to hopefully win presents.

Julie H said...

Use coupons when possible!

Henrietta said...

I like to shop online to get he best deals, or at least compare prices online before heading out to the stores! Saves gas, time and money!

Susie B. Homemaker said...

Research online before you head to the store to find the best deal... or better yet just shop online and save time and hassle at the store. Also re-use gift bags & boxes from year to year.

sueparks2003 said...

Starting in January look for clearances each time you shop, enter giveaways all year, take advantage of the $10 of $25 coupons and others try using them with clearances.
Gladys P
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Mommydoll13 said...

shopping clearance racks and watching for deals online

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tmc480 said...

try to avoid impulse buying
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June L said...

I save money during the Holidays but using prizes I won/earning from sites like swagbucks or blog wins.

eek031880@hotmail.com said...

I save money by shopping online and using coupon codes.

Michelle @Flying Giggles said...

wait for the last minute sales!