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Pre-pay for your next-gen console at GAME and you'll get a fast-track ticket for launch night that will let you skip the standard queue.


 

Customers who pay off their console before launch day will be allowed to enter a "fast lane" to quickly exchange their ticket for their shiny new game gubbins and avoid a wait in the cold.


GAME has begun emailing customers with details of the offer, as spotted by NeoGAFand XboxOneForums.


You'll be able to pre-pay for your Xbox One on the 20th and 21st November to quickly pick it up on the night of 22nd November.


PlayStation 4 customers can do the same on 27th and 28th November ahead of Sony's big launch.


Alternatively, you can place the value of your pre-order onto a GAME gift card from 10th - 19th November for a quick redemption on launch night.


GAME is also suggesting you bring along any games or accessories you want to trade in when you pre-pay. Trading in three or more items will net an extra 20 per cent value which can be used against your console payment.


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I was just searching earlier for details on picking up the console, I have some stuff I wanted to trade in to go towards the XB1 and was planning on doing this the week before so this just gives me a specific day to do it :)


 


 


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Cool I'll go into my local Game, and ask them for the fast track option

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Yeah but the catch is you have to deal with GAME. No thanks.

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Yeah but the catch is you have to deal with GAME. No thanks.

Ding ding ding. Please collect your prize.

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Ding ding ding. Please collect your prize.

I didn't get it, Game's no worse than any other game retailer left

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I didn't get it, Game's no worse than any other game retailer left

The staff in the game stores in Scotland I've visited have terrible gaming knowledge.

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The staff in the game stores in Scotland I've visited have terrible gaming knowledge.

Oh, untrained staff, lol the blockbuster stores were just as bad around wolves

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To be honest as long as they now how to work the machine to let me pay... who cares!

 

I'm using them because I wanted to be able to pick up the console rather than rely upon a delivery service.

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