A REDDIT user shared their massive haul from GameStop with great bargains from the closure sale – and revealed what they got.
The user Omega_Sylo recently shared their haul on the Ireland Gaming channel.
Captioning the post, they said: “70 per cent off all these items.
“Thanks for the memories GameStop.”
They picked up a variety of items, ranging from video games to merchandise.
The user managed to snatch plenty of products at a bargain price from the popular exclusive gaming brand – Razer.
They got the Razer Kivo X Camera for €24, reduced from €79.99, Razer Chroma Keyboard for €12, original price was €40, Raze Seiren V2 Pro Microphone for €39, reduced from €129.99.
They also picked up the Nintendo Switch Pokemon controller for €17, original price was €34.99.
The user got some merchandise from popular shows and games, such as the Dragon Ball Z cushion, drinking bottles and figurines from Sonic Hedgehog.
They got some PlayStation exclusive items such as PS5 DualSense Charging Station for €15, reduced from 29.99, the Logo Light for €16, priced initially at €34.99 and the Two Point Campus game.
€362.42 is how much they spent. €639.93 is how much it SHOULD have cost at full price. So therefore €277.48 is how much they saved with the sale.
Many people rushed to the comments about the Reddit user’s bargain.
One person commented: “Great bargain!”
Another person said: “Got the Pikachu controller too!”
The third person added: “Such a good bargain! Going to miss GameStop.”
All GameStop stores and the website has the sale with everything up to 70 per cent off as they get rid of all products before the closure on June 22.
GAMESTOP’S DEPARTURE FROM IRISH MARKET
GameStop announced their departure from the Irish market last month on Instagram.
The gaming giant said: “We are disappointed to announce that GameStop Ireland will be closing.
“But while we’re here, we’ve got a range of discounts across hundreds of items. Once they’re gone, they’re gone!”
Thousands of items, from video games to electronic devices to memorabilia and merchandise, will be on sale.
All 35 of the stores across Ireland will close, including eight in Dublin, six in Cork and three in Limerick.
Disappointed shoppers have labelled the closure of the game shop the “end of an era”.
It is rumoured that stores across the country will be closing early in the summer.
GameStop has continually decreased the number of Irish stores, having operated over 50 in 2010.
With 15 stores closing over the past decade, the company are now closing the remainder of the stores.