A while ago there was a post on here about finding PS4 games at your local library. My wife used to work at our library and I talk to her about it. Our local library carries PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and wii games but not PS4. I called them and it took some explaining to get across that I wanted to donate to them so they could start a PS4 collection, and they showed interest.
I didn’t have many extra games to donate at the time, so I went to Gamestop and bought a few cheap used games, added a couple myself, and handed them into the library. I wasn’t sure they would actually put them out or really highlight this new addition to the library until my wife just texted me this.
We’re going to have a lot of new PS4 owners next month, please consider donating your old games to your local library. Kids generally don’t have money and would love being able to try new games. To me, it’s worth much more than the $7 I’d get from gamestop. Probably won’t trade in another game. Hope you do the same!
Edit: Used games are pretty cheap, especially when Gamestop runs some of their good used game deals. Consider picking up a game or two for your library.
Alternatively: Hate Gamestop? What better way to cut into their sales than making games free to the public?
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