I've generally stopped shopping there, altogether. I have two fundamental complaints. First of all, if I'm paying the premium to get a new copy, I need to receive that game disc in a factory-sealed case. Unless it's a brand new title, it's usually tucked away in that drawer the cashier has behind the counter, which makes it indistinguishable from a used copy; I'm still not convinced that they aren't trying to sell used copies as new. The second thing, is that they are required ridiculously to push their loyalty program. I don't want to subscribe to that magazine, and I'm not keen on buying used games, which makes the membership an entirely useless waste of money, to me. Beyond that, when you decline a loyalty program offer at any other retailer, they drop the subject and just continue with the sale. At GameStop though, declining the offer gets you another ten minutes added to the sale, of the cashier asking you why you don't want it. Should I ever set out to make a purchase there again, should the harassment begin, I'll threaten to cancel my purchase, should the harassment continue.