GameStop Celebrates Nationwide Rollout Of PowerUp Rewards Loyalty Program With NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Car

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GameStop today announced the completion of the nationwide rollout of its PowerUp Rewards loyalty program. GameStop PowerUp Rewards provides all types of gamers with incentives that offer immediate rewards and discounts. To commemorate the nationwide rollout of the program, GameStop is showcasing PowerUp Rewards with a special paint scheme designed for Joe Gibbs Racing driver Joey Logano and the No. 20 GameStop Toyota in Sunday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race, the Tums Fast Relief 500, in Martinsville, VA.

Rewards include subscriptions to Netflix, Xbox LIVE and more

At GameStop stores nationwide, customers can obtain a free PowerUp Rewards card or upgrade to a paid Pro card and receive additional rewards such as point bonuses, a digital or print subscription to Game Informer magazine and special discounts like the buy two, get one free welcome gift on pre-owned games. For all purchases and game trades made at GameStop, PowerUp Rewards members receive points that can be redeemed for a variety of rewards, including:

  • GameStop gift cards and merchandise
  • Restaurant and movie rewards
  • iTunes cards
  • Subscriptions to Netflix, Xbox LIVE and more
  • Codes to unlock exclusive in-game accessories
  • Point cards for all gaming platforms

Members also receive entry to GameStop Epic Reward Giveaways with each trade or purchase.

“Each month, we create a once in a lifetime experience for our members,” stated Mike Hogan, senior vice president of marketing at GameStop. “We just completed our NASCAR Epic Reward in Charlotte, NC that included an evening of go-karting with Joey Logano and the No. 20 team and the opportunity to watch a race on the pit box with Joey’s crew. For October, we are offering the Ultimate Call of Duty Experience.”

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