Win a Free PS4 or Xbox One At GameStop – 5 Given Away Daily in Local Stores
With Christmas 2017 fastly approaching and time running out for gift buying, video game reseller GameStop has revealed their latest promotion. In a ploy to get last minute shoppers through the front doors the retailer is giving away free Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles as part of their “Let us Console You” program, 5 per day to be exact. The promotion is live now and will run through Christmas eve December 24. The company has been sharing photos of some of the lucky winners via their social media accounts like the one in Allentown, Pennsylvania shown below.
Congratulations to Nicole! She's the winner of a FREE PS4 from GameStop here in Allentown, Pennsylvania!! It was a pleasure to help make this holiday special for her and her significant other.
There are no rules for the promotion other than visiting your local store to do some shopping and all winners are chosen at random. We should point out that the nationwide promotion covers 5 consoles given away per day across each of the retailer’s locations, meaning that a total of five PlayStation 4’s or Xbox Ones OR a combination of the two will be up for grabs per day leading up to Christmas day. If you’re in the market for some gaming gear or still trying to find just the right gift for someone on your list then it definitely wouldn’t hurt to visit your local store if you’re a fan of the retailer. Perhaps you’ll happen to be as lucky as Nicole featured above?
Are you one of those holiday season procrastinators that wait until the very last minute to go gift shopping and if so do you have any pro tips for peers that struggle with the same issue? Is this latest GameStop program enough to get you in the store? Let us know your thoughts and join the conversation or just say hi in the comments below and as always, don’t forget to keep a tab open on Don’t Feed The Gamers for all the gaming news you need to know.
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C.J. is a self-proclaimed Nerd/Geek culture expert with a passion for writing, gaming, movies, food, and beards; not necessarily in that order. When he's not writing editorials for DFTG you'll most likely find him in the kitchen or on his gaming console. If you eat, he will feed you!