How to Get EA Sports UFC 2 for $10
Trade in any two of 64 eligible games and GameStop will pay you $50.
GameStop has announced its next special trade-in program, this one themed around EA Sports UFC 2. The $60 game launches tomorrow (March 15) but you can get it for just $10 if you trade in the right games.
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Through March 20, you can trade in any two of the 64 games listed here and GameStop will pay you $50 in store credit when you apply those funds to the purchase of EA Sports UFC 2. To receive the full $50, the games must be in full working condition, though GameStop will accept defective items for a lesser value.
Another thing to note is that no other offers can be combined with this one.
Some of the eligible trade games for this EA Sports UFC 2 promotion include Call of Duty: Black Ops III (Xbox One), Deadpool (Xbox One/PS4), Grand Theft Auto V (Xbox One/PS4), Splatoon (Wii U), Devil's Third (Wii U), Just Cause 3 (Xbox One/PS4), Forza Horizon 2 (Xbox One), and loads more. See them all here.
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GameSpot recently played EA Sports UFC 2 and you can read our hands-on previews here and here. We also spoke with Rousey, who told us about the motion-capture process and revealed that she'd like to play Samus Aran in a Metroid movie.
In other news about the game, Xbox One owners with an EA Access membership can play right now, while you can watch McGregor beat down comedian Conan O'Brien in this funny video.
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