Consumer electronics retailer Best Buy incorporated a trade-in program to reduce e-waste that lets consumers trade their old electronic items in for a Best Buy gift card, which they can use to upgrade to the latest tech. Users can see what their items are worth through the trade-in estimator, and get rid of it responsibly even if it has no value and wasn’t originally purchased at a Best Buy.
Consumer electronics retailers GameStop created a customer appreciation program called PowerUp Rewards that lets members score reward points which can be redeemed for coupons and digital currency. Players sign up and can score points by purchasing at GameStop. Points are calculated based on the purchase and applied to the member’s account.
Game publisher Epic Games created gift cards that can be redeemed for V-Bucks, the premium currency for its game Fortnite, allowing players to exchange them for virtual perks, like custom in-game skins for their digital character. Starting with the 2019 holiday season, Epic Games will also sell the gift cards in-store and online through select retailers.
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