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GameStop expands mobile trade-in program with Samsung, BlackBerry and Motorola devices

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GameStop expanded its trade-in program today to include smartphones from Samsung, BlackBerry and Motorola, according to a press release from the retailer.

Under the expanded program, customers can receive in-store credit or cash at all of GameStop's U.S. stores. To celebrate the program's expansion, GameStop is offering a $10 bonus of in-store credit for items valued between $20 and $49.99, a $25 bonus of in-store credit for items valued between $50 and $124.99 and a $50 bonus of in-store credit for items valued at $125 or more. GameStop PowerUp Rewards Pro members will receive $15, $35 and $70 in each category. The promotion lasts through April 28.

To see how GameStop values your device, you can visit the official trade-in website.

GameStop began its trade-in program in 2011 and later began selling refurbished iOS devices. It started selling Android devices in May 2012 and the Kindle Fire last December.