Amazon cans trade-ins

From end of August.

Amazon stops accepting trade-ins from 31st August 2015, it's announced.

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It means you won't be able to trade-in video games to the online shop any more. You can do so, however, up until 31st August.

Amazon's trade-in programme let you send items to a third-party merchant in exchange for an Amazon.co.uk gift card.

There's more on Amazon's site.

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