Targets getting into the trading game, offering up store credit towards if you're willing to part with Nintendo's older handhelds.
The retailer has partnered with NextWorth for the in-store trade-in options, just in time for the launch of the Nintendo 3DS. Here's what they're willing to give you, as of March 23.
DS - $20
DS Lite - $30
DSi - $45
DSXL - $60
I already think you should keep your DS even if you're getting a 3DS. And with trade in values like these, I'm sure that's starting to look like a much more attractive option. Only $20 for a DS seems a bit low, don't you think?
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