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    7-Eleven Slashes Prices on Gaming Inventory

    Upper-tier titles are reduced up to 50 percent, but it's just to make room for new holiday titles, reported the c-store giant.

    By Renee M. Covino, Convenience Store News

    DALLAS -- With video game prices being slashed up to 50 percent at many 7-Eleven convenience stores, a report on Kombo.com speculated that perhaps the c-store chain was getting out of the gaming business. But not so, according to 7-Eleven.

    "It’s very simple," Margaret Chabris, public relations director, told CSNews Online. "We are reducing the price of some older games so we can make space for all the new titles coming in for the holidays."

    Among those titles being reduced are: Fallout 3, Halo 3, Halo Wars, Gears of War 2, WWE and Quantum of Solace, Kombo.com reported.

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    • About Renee M. Covino Contributing Editor Renée M. Covino is a veteran researcher, editor and writer with more than 30 years of experience in the mass retail sector. Her articles and columns have appeared online and in print for dozens of industry trade magazines, newsletters, metro newspapers, Fortune 500 company reports and college textbooks. Covino is a self-named “store connoisseur” who not only writes about retail, but happily supports it.
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