7-Eleven Will Now Sell You Used Games Along With Slurpees

Likely looking at GameStop’s profit margins and deciding there’s more ways to squeeze money out of customers than by selling questionable hot dogs and Slurpees, 7-Eleven is entering the used games fray.

Kotaku reports:

7-Eleven will soon be offering used video games at more than 3,000 stores across the country. A partnership with pre-owned video game supply and service company Game Trading Technologies will see the debut used game bins branded as “Great Games Under $20,” filled with used titles for popular platforms.

Can you see yourself buying used games at a convenience store?

7-Eleven Enters The Used Video Game Business [Kotaku]

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