You are a genius!Originally Posted by Prez
They do offer used games. It is your choice, but I would suggest you do not buy products from Blockbuster. Why you ask? Well they are a company based on renting... they mark up the price tag to pull in more $money$ from all other products. Look at the price of all the impulse buying items near the register. That single pack of popcorn they sell for what $3(guessing), at your local grocery store that same single popcorn will be the same price for at least a box of 3.Originally Posted by torontowii
I am not sure if the above^^ price is exact, if so that is probably not including tax. Blockbuster will sell new games for $5+ over the normal price you would pay for same game from Gamestop/EB, or stores like Walmart/Target/Kmart.Originally Posted by Shoko
It may not give you the exact info your looking for, but... there is a great tool they do let you use on that site. The Store Locator is your friend. Use it to find the nearest Blockbuster to you. When you find it, write the phone number down. Then proceed to ask your silly questions to the Blockbuster employee. Ask for the Manager if you must to get the Official Information.Originally Posted by torontowii
To me the OP seems young, nothing wrong with that. Might have some trouble getting a membership card, parents may need to do that for ya. If this is the case you probably would need to wait for a ride to get to Blockbuster. An then hope they have the game you want to rent/buy in stock.
There is an easier(can be) way. Gamefly offers you to rent games with no additional/late fees through the mail. Can keep I think up to 2 games out for as long as ya want, and even que yet to be released games to try them out asap after they are released. One catch though, you will need some form of paying an online bill. Parents come in hand there.