GameStop recently reduced their entire Pixel Pals collection to $5.99 for the singles and $11.99 for the dual-packs. Most of the items are for store-pickup only. The locations near me had a pretty good selection from which to choose. Good luck!
Why is this a good deal? Because you do NOT need to trade towards anything to receive this credit.
What is the trade credit good for? Basically anything in the store, treat it as if it were a gift card or essentially money. This offer is for credit only and not cash trade-in. You do not have to use your credit immediately after trade, you can save it and use it at your discretion.
What do I need to trade to receive the full credit? A full working condition console w/ all the original accessories that came with it (power, cords, controller, console, HDMI cable; box is not required) to receive full face value. However, trades are still subject to a manager approval, though, if you do not get the full face value, you may still be eligible to receive the trade at a lesser value if something is missing or defective (YMMV). You're not obligated to trade your console if you do not like the value they're giving you
What stores are participating in this? Any and all stores. If one store doesn't accept it try visiting another one [Store Locator[gamestop.com]]
When is this deal good through? The $175 Base value is good through February 25, 2019 and the $25 Extra Trade Value is good thru March 17, 2019
PS. Let me know if I forgot anything else important...
Gamestop has the Official Nintendo Switch AC Adapter for $15.97 (reg. $24.97). It's only available in-store but there seems to be a fair amount of stock, so check in your area. This is the official Nintendo brand adapter and works for both the console and dock. Enjoy!
GameStop cuts 50% off a selection of clearance collectibles, apparel, games, and more, with prices starting at $1.49. (Prices are as marked.) Choose in-store pickup where available to dodge shipping fees, which start at $5.49, or spend $35 or more to bag free shipping. Most of these items are at least half of what you'd pay elsewhere. A couple of best bets: