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Trade-ins can get you Mario Kart for $10

Candace Savino
We haven't come across many deals for Mario Kart Wii, but one way that you might be able to get the game cheaply is through GameStop. By now, most of you are probably familiar with how the games retailer works (and can efficiently read post titles), so the fact that trade-ins are involved shouldn't surprise you. Specifically, though, this deal is like the recent Brawl one -- you have to trade in two games from a preset list of titles, and then you can pick up Mario Kart for ten dollars.

Just check after the break for the complete list to see if there are any two games you can part with.

Gallery: Mario Kart Wii

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[Thanks, Craig!]

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