GameStop multichannel video game retailer has introduced its “PowerUp Rewards” loyalty program. With this, “PowerUp Rewards” members receive ongoing exclusives and savings with points for trades and purchases made in stores or online at GameStop.com. GameStop gift cards and merchandise Unique gaming rewards like a retro Atari system Restaurant and movie rewards Subscriptions to Netflix®, Xbox LIVE® and more Codes to unlock exclusive in-game accessories Point cards for all gaming platforms In addition to earning points for purchases and trades, PowerUp Rewards members are eligible for entry to GameStop® Epic Reward Giveaways™ with every qualifying purchase or trade.
One of GameStop Corpâs most popular holiday gift cards honors the Make-A-Wish Foundation, and this yearâs card should prove to be no exception. The 2010 holiday card features original artwork from an actual wish kid, 14-year-old Brett from York, Pennsylvania. Brettâs design, which depicts owls frolicking in a fun holiday setting, is now available in more than 4,500 GameStop stores in the U.S. and online at www.GameStop.com. The worldâs largest video game and entertainment software retailer supports the worldâs largest wish-granting organization by donating $1 for every gift card sold, up to $100,000, between now and Dec. 12. This program is currently in its third year.
Seattle-based mPoria has launched its “GoMobile!” m-commerce service enabling retailers to sell physical products via mobile channel. Retailers are able to build their own company-branded mobile shopping site without the need for an in-house development team; merchants simply use a wizard to establish a site and within 30 minutes of set-up, mPoria launches the site to millions of U.S. consumers with mobile devices. Industry research firm Telephia reports in 2006 alone sales from m-commerce jumped more than 40%, increasing from $1.8 billion to $2.6 billion. mPoria is a provider of mobile commerce solutions in North America.