Terms and Conditions

Games - Trade in Deals Terms and Conditions

What you can trade in: Trades will ONLY be accepted on games from the following categories:
What you cannot trade in:

Other points to consider are:

We cannot trade in games that are: We only trade in games for store credit (towards other products in store) - we do not trade in for cash.

Customer Requirements/Identification

1) You need to be 18 years of age or older to trade second-hand goods within New Zealand.

2) As a customer selling articles to a secondhand dealer you are required to supply your: 3) You will need to be able to confirm your identity by providing acceptable photographic ID.

There are only a limited number of acceptable forms of photographic ID. These are:


All trade game trade ins are at the final discretion of JB Hi-Fi, JB Hi-Fi Group (NZ) Limited, is a Registered Second-Hand Dealer

JB Hi-Fi Group (NZ) Limited, is a Registered Second-Hand Dealer

All trade game trade ins are at the final discretion of JB Hi-Fi. JB Hi-Fi Group (NZ) Limited, is a Registered Second-Hand Dealer
Customers must be a minimum of 18 years old to trade. Photo I.D. required. No Trade In offered for consoles, accessories or PC games, Gameboys advance & Gamecube games. Pictured games only. Deals commence on the release date of game. No multiples of same game are accepted. Terms and conditions apply click here. All items on this page are advertised in good faith to be currently available. However, unforeseen manufacturing, supply or delivery problems or unexpected demand may occasionally result in stock unavailability. Rainchecks will be offered where possible. Purchase limit rights reserved. Unless otherwise stated, accessories shown are extra. NZ Classifications: M Suitable for people 16 years and over. R16 Restricted to people 16 years and over. R18 restricted to people 18 years and over. New Zealand classifications. Unrestricted games do not have to be classified in NZ - G, suitable for anyone. G8+ suitable for people 8 years and over. PG parental guidance recommended. E exempt from classification.


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