Best Buy’s Madden NFL 18 Trade-In Promo is Back!

Tom Brady Madden NFL 18

Best Buy’s yearly Madden NFL trade-in promo has returned just in time for Madden NFL 18.

For those unfamiliar, the promotion — which has ran the past three years — provides gamers with bonus trade-in credit when they trade in last year’s version of Madden for the newest one.

In this case, trading in a physical copy of Madden NFL 17 for Xbox One or PlayStation 4 will get you up to of trade-in value towards Madden NFL 18. This value comes in the form of a Best Buy gift card and a coupon to use towards Madden 18.

This is probably the best trade-in deal you can find for Madden NFL 18, so make sure you take advantage if you have a physical copy.

Of course, there is some fine print:

“Offer valid in store only. Trade-in values valid 8/06/17 through 8/19/17. Coupon valid in stores only through 09/02/17. Trade-in of Madden NFL 17 on Xbox 360 and PS3 are eligible to receive the off coupon. Trade-in payment is by Best Buy gift card. Not compatible with any other offer. Not available in all locations. Participating stores may have additional requirements. Best Buy reserves the right to refuse any trade-in or limit quantities. Tax is calculated from the regular price prior to the gift card value being applied to the bill. Limit 1 coupon per transaction. See a Customer Specialist or www.BestBuy.com/TradeIn for details”

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