How to Find Free GameStop Coupons

September 2nd, 2011 by randy | Print How to Find Free GameStop Coupons

How to Find Free GameStop Coupons

GameStop locations are as common as Starbucks or McDonalds. Having more than 6,100 stores worldwide means you have a presence in just about every big city, and many in small towns. Though GameStop’s headquarters are in Texas, if you live in America there is probably a GameStop shop near you right now.

Here’s how to find free GameStop coupons to help you save even more money on their already inexpensive video game catalog.

How to Find Free GameStop Coupons1. Web Searches for Free GameStop Coupons



There are free GameStop coupons all over the Internet. You just have to do a little searching and have a little luck to find a coupon before you hit the store or the website to do your game shopping.

Start your online GameStop coupon search at a third party coupon hosting site like RetailMeNot. They have a dedicated GameStop page full of coupon codes for the GameStop online store and occasionally host a coupon you can print out for use in-store as well.

Other good websits for GameStop coupons:,, and GameStop’s corporate website.

2. GameStop Coupons & Social Media

Most companies have a social media presence these days. Often, you can find coupons and other deals on company’s Twitter and Facebook pages. Check out GameStop on Twitter and GameStop on Facebook for deals you won’t find elsewhere. Usually, you have to “add” or “like” a company’s page to get access to the deal, and that’s true for GameStop.

Coupons and offers through GameStop’s social media sites in the past have been special buy one get one free deals on used games and small percent off deals for select new titles.

3. Check Your Local Paper

Believe it or not, some companies still print coupons in the local paper. Since newspapers are having a tough go of it these days, they’re printing more coupons and running more ads for the financial support. GameStop has been known to print coupons and deals in local newspapers to drum up business or announce a new store opening. When my local GameStop changed their business hours, they ran a half-page ad in the local rag announcing the new hours and a special one-day sale on all used games for as much as half off the sticker price.

Finding free GameStop coupons isn’t hard, you just have to know where to look. The next time you want to go video game shopping, look for free coupons online and in your local paper and head to your neighborhood GameStop.