London, 5 th August 2013 – Green Man Gaming ( http://www.greenmangaming.com), one of the world’s fastest growing online games retailers, has partnered with CollectPlus, the UK’s largest store-based parcel service, to make trading in Xbox 360 and PS3 games even easier. Now for trade-ins in the UK that are £50 or over in value, customers can drop off their package of games at a nearby store.
With over 5,250 convenience stores, newsagents and petrol stations in the CollectPlus network, most of which are open early until late, seven days a week, this service makes it convenient and easy for customers to drop their games off and have them tracked back to GMG.
"CollectPlus offers Green Man Gaming customers a game drop off facility that is both convenient and flexible,” said Green Man Gaming Founder and CEO, Paul Sulyok. “With 20 times more drop off points in the UK than the nearest High Street specialist, it's never been easier for customers to get their games back to us and take advantage of GMG's great trade-in, digital and console game sale offers.”
Neil Ashworth, CEO of Collect Plus added, “The CollectPlus network makes it so simple for busy individuals to send parcels, whether they’re on existing journeys or popping down to their local convenience store. We are the perfect partner for businesses like Green Man Gaming that are committed to offering customers great value and convenience.”
For more information on GMG’s great Trade-in offers visit http://www.greenmangaming.com/tradein/ and for your nearest CollectPlus drop off store simply search here http://www.collectplus.co.uk/orders/new
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About Green Man Gaming and Playfire
Founded in 2010, Green Man Gaming (GMG) is the leading UK-based digital retailer for PC games, selling more than 2,500 titles from 180 publishing partners in over 190 countries around the world. In July 2012, GMG extended the consumer offer further, launching online retail sales of PC-DVD, Xbox and PS3 games, as well as consoles and peripherals, offering even more choice to the gaming market.
In July 2012, GMG acquired Playfire, a huge and vibrant global social network of core gamers. This service allows consumers to automatically track their in-game achievements, trophies and gameplay, as well as follow other gamers’ achievements and conversations about the games they love. With over 900m game data points registered by the large global network of gamers and 1.5 billion achievements and trophies won, Playfire has become a vital part of GMG’s focus on the core gaming audience.
GMG recently launched a Trade-in service for Xbox 360 and PS3 games in the UK in June 2013 and rolled this out with a promotion to pre-order the highly anticipated PS4 and Xbox One.
GMG has already operated a unique platform (patent-pending) for managing digital game trade-in and resale since 2010.
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CollectPlus is a delivery and returns service giving online shoppers the choice to collect and drop off parcels at local convenience stores. Founded in 2009, it answers a clear need for a modern alternative to the Post Office that is convenient and easy to use.
The success of the innovative model is reflected in the 210 retail brands that CollectPlus provides returns solutions for, with nearly 100 added over the past year. Delivery to local store, Click&CollectPlus, is provided to a rising number of retailers from Amazon to Asda and Music Magpie to Very.co.uk. This complements the returns offer that CollectPlus provides to retailers, offering a complete delivery and returns service.
With a network of over 5,250 shops open early ‘til late seven days a week; 88% of the UK population already live within a mile of a CollectPlus shop in urban areas and 89% within five miles in rural areas. The store network has grown by over a quarter in the last 12 months and continues to expand.
In 2011, CollectPlus was named ‘Third Party Logistics Supplier of the Year’ at the Retail Week Supply Chain awards; ‘Innovative Delivery Service’ at IMRG’s eCommerce Excellence Awards; and has been highly commended by Retail Systems for ‘Supply Chain Solution of the Year’.
CollectPlus is a joint venture between PayPoint, the leading retail payment network, and the UK’s leading parcel delivery company, Yodel.