GameStop Offering 20-50% Off Anime Merchandise and Games!

There’s a huge anime sale going on right now over at GameStop. Over 200 items from manga and anime are listed. The games are up to 50% off, while the non-video game merchandise is discounted up to 20%.
If you’ve been eyeing up a certain action figure or game, now is the time to buy. The sale also applies to items that are GameStop exclusives like Funko Pops. Some things are already selling out. If you’re like me and interested in Gundam stuff, click here to go right to those listings.
We took a screenshot of the most expensive items currently included in this sale. Check it out.

Here are the properties we’ve seen included in this sale:

  • One Piece
  • Dragon Ball
  • Persona
  • Evangelion
  • Cowboy Bebop
  • Sword Art Online
  • Demon Slayer
  • My Hero Academia
  • Neon Genesis Evangelion
  • Sailor Moon
  • Mobile Suit Gundam
  • Love Live
  • Saint Seiya
  • Attack on Titan
  • Naruto
  • Fire Force
  • Fullmetal Alchemist
  • RE: Zero
  • The Idolmaster
  • Fate/Grand Order
  • Junji Ito

Games, statues, action figures, and Funko Pops are just some of the items listed. We also saw backpacks, shirts, and other wearables. How long this sale will be going on is not shown. Don’t delay!
A lot of these toys and stuff aren’t available at physical GameStop stores. We checked locations in a few large metro areas, and the number of items available for pickup averaged around 90 things out of the original 223. Now is the time to use up any trade-in credit or certificates since you’ll have to swallow a shipping cost.
I’ve noticed that GameStop stores have been flushing out the non-game merchandise as of late. Once, the ten stores within my town used to have half of the store taken up with Pops, action figures, and replicas. Now all those toys are consolidated to a few shelves and a clearance bin. It may not be long before we see these stores revert to being 95% games and 5% “other.”
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Longtime problematic entertainment journalist. The former workhorse for Dread Central,, and Fanbolt.

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