GameStop is an American video game, gaming merchandise, and consumer electronics retailers. The whole GameStop is divided into two operating segments: video game brands and technology brands. The technology brand segments were created in the fourth quarter of 2013 and housed the companies Simply Mac, Spring Mobile, and Cricket Wireless. The video game brands segment of GameStop consists of the company’s other businesses, such as video games and consumer electronics retail shops.
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GameStop, after recently wrapping up its spring sale, is still going hot with the deals, thanks to the new one-day “Pro for a day” sale this weekend. The Pro for a day sale was live on April 18. The sale featured a bunch of recent AAA hits–Borderlands 3, Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order, The Outer Worlds, and many more–for ultra-low prices, and a handful of hardware and accessory deals for PS4 and Xbox One. Usually, the other TellGameStop sales are only available to its PowerUp rewards Pro member–but this one doesn’t require you to be one hence the Pro for a day moniker.
The game deals being the stars of the show, with multi-platforms titles for PS4 and Xbox One leading the way. Borderlands 3 is on sale for $20 (was $60), by far the best prices we’ve seen for the 2019 loot shooter, sports fans should be eyeing Madden NFL 20, FIFA 20, and NBA 2K20 for $20 each and WWE 2K20 for $19. The regular price of these games being on regular days around $60, but we typically see them on sale for $30. Other games from past tears are available for grab at low prices, including Nier Automata Game of the Yorha edition for $19 (was $40), Far Cry 5 for $15 (was$40), and Rainbow Six Siege for $14 (was$30).