Archives by Month: January 2011

This Weeks Popular Video Game Trade-ins


Top 20 Most Popular Video Game Trade-ins 
For the week ending, January 29, 2011  the Top Twenty most sought after video game trade-ins are shown below.  Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 (XBOX 360) tops the charts this week. Super Mario Galaxy ( Ninetendo Wii) continues to be one of the most popular trade-ins. NextWorth continues to offer top value for video games. Trade-in online or at a nearby Target store. 
                                     Top 20 Video Game Trade-ins

As of January 29, 2011

Video Game Trade-In Deals


Top 20 Most Popular Trade-in Values
Starting this week we are going to publish the Top Twenty most sought after video game trade-ins. Our list will give you the average trade-in value. This past couple of weeks, NextWorth has dramatically increased its video game selection to over 7,000 games.
                                                  
                                           Top Twenty Video Games
                                    

As of January 21, 2011

Target Trade-in Deals:

Starting on Sunday January 23rd thru January 29th , you can receive extra savings when you trade-in your video games at the Target Mobile Kiosk.  Trade-in 2 or more video games and you will receive a Target prepaid card for the value of your trade-in plus a  $10 OFF Coupon towards the purchase of one of the video games listed below:

  • Shaun White Skateboarding for Wii or Xbox 360 or PS3 or
  • Sesame Street: Cookie’s Counting Carnival for DS or
  • Castlevania Lords of Shadow for Xbox 360 or PS3 or
  • Sesame Street: Elmo’s A to Zoo Adventure for DS or
  •  EA Active 2 for Wii or Xbox 360 Kinect or PS3 or
  • Rock Band 3 for Wii or Xbox 360 or PS3 or
  • Toy Story 3 for Wii or Xbox 360 or PS3 or
  • NBA 2K11 for Wii or Xbox 360 or PS3 or
  •  DJ Hero 2 for Wii or Xbox 360 or PS3 or
  •  Cars Toon Mater’s Tall Tales for Wii or
  • Dead Rising 2 for Xbox 360 or PS3  or
  • Split/Second for Xbox 360 or PS3 or
  • UFC 2010 for Xbox 360 or PS3 or
  • Mafia II for Xbox 360 or PS3 or
  • Disney’s Guilty Party for Wii or
  • Hollywood Squares for Wii  or
  • Monster Hunter Tri for Wii

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iPhone 4 – Differences Between AT&T and Verizon


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UNLIMITED DATA PLAN FOR VERIZON iPHONE!


Speculation is Verizon’s iPhone offering will be differentiated in two ways: Using the CDMA network. Offering an unlimited data plan. (According to a second WSJ report this weekend.) The CDMA network is already considered by many to be superior to AT&T’s solution. AT&T has suffered from consumer disastisfaction with its network since it’s introduction of the iPhone inRead More

Verizon iPhone Imminent!


Verizon this afternoon sent to a select group of press an invite for an event in New York City on Tuesday, January 11, days after the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show comes to a close. The Wall Street Journal confidently reports Verizon will be announcing the launch of iPhone on its network. It is unclear when the iPhone will be first availableRead More

CES 2011 – No “I” Word From Verizon CEO


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CES 2011 – APPLE IPAD IMITATIONS


Apple iPad CES 2011 is less than One Day away! The speculation is this year’s event will feature the TABLET COMPUTER — Apple iPad imitiations! Forester is predicting that over 82 million Americans will own a tablet by 2015 — or more than one-third of U.S. adults. Forrester also estimates that 10.3 million tablet computers wereRead More