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So I recently came in second at a local Brawl tournament (lost to my friend who I usually beat consistently). They gave me these gamer glasses that have an $80 price tag. I don't really want them so I was wondering if I could trade them in for store credit. The receipt says 100% discount on it, so I don't think that would work. Would I be able to return them for store credit without a receipt?

Edited by Grapefruits, Jul 24 2010, 06:36 PM


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haha glasses? That sucks. I got a Wii for the tournament I won which I sold for 175 dollars to a friend.

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So I recently came in second at a local Brawl tournament (lost to my friend who I usually beat consistently). They gave me these gamer glasses that have an $80 price tag. I don't really want them so I was wondering if I could trade them in for store credit. The receipt says 100% discount on it, so I don't think that would work. Would I be able to return them for store credit without a receipt?

Your stuck with it.

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haha glasses? That sucks. I got a Wii for the tournament I won which I sold for 175 dollars to a friend.

Yeah, the winner got either $100 store credit or $70 cash, he took the cash. It would be pretty funny if I could get more value for second place.

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You could attempt to sell them for like 40-50 on ebay or something

What are the point of gamer glasses anyway :U

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haha glasses? That sucks. I got a Wii for the tournament I won which I sold for 175 dollars to a friend.

Yeah, the winner got either $100 store credit or $70 cash, he took the cash. It would be pretty funny if I could get more value for second place.

Hmm. Wonder why. I would have gotten the credit since I would have spent the money on gaming stuff anyway and PnT is my favorite gaming retailer. Used game prices, as well as buy back offers, are more reasonable than Gamestop will ever be. Plus their deals are more consumer friendly, like cheaper stuff for good grades, as well as letting you try something in store before you buy it. Not to mention they still hold retro games as well as systems in stock.

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haha glasses? That sucks. I got a Wii for the tournament I won which I sold for 175 dollars to a friend.

Yeah, the winner got either $100 store credit or $70 cash, he took the cash. It would be pretty funny if I could get more value for second place.

Hmm. Wonder why. I would have gotten the credit since I would have spent the money on gaming stuff anyway and PnT is my favorite gaming retailer. Used game prices, as well as buy back offers, are more reasonable than Gamestop will ever be. Plus their deals are more consumer friendly, like cheaper stuff for good grades, as well as letting you try something in store before you buy it. Not to mention they still hold retro games as well as systems in stock.

He doesn't actually buy games. He just plays Melee all the time. And loses to me in Brawl usually :(.

Yeah, I guess they reduce glare or some **** and aren't as straining on your eyes for long gaming sessions. :kirby-kitten:

Edited by Grapefruits, Jul 24 2010, 07:10 PM





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