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The Division available for $25 off at GameStop with a trade-in

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Both editions, all platforms

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Tom Clancy's The Division, the New York City-based multiplayer shooter from Massive Entertainment, is available at a deep discount from GameStop with select game trade-ins, the retailer announced today.

The $25 trade-in deal drops the price of The Division to $34.99, a discount of 42 percent off the game's $59.99 regular price. The same discount is also available for the game's Gold Edition, which retails for $99.99 and includes The Division's $39.99 season pass; that version of the game will cost $74.99 after a trade.

GameStop customers can take advantage of the offer by trading in a game from a list of 59 different titles, including Grand Theft Auto 5 (PS4 or Xbox One); a variety of Pokémon games; FIFA 16, Madden NFL 16 and NHL 16 (last-gen and current-gen, where applicable); and the most recent Tom Clancy game, Rainbow Six Siege (PS4 or Xbox One). The full list is available here.

The deal runs from today, March 7 — the day before The Division's launch — through March 20. It is valid on all three platforms on which the game is available: PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One.