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Gamestation has revealed a list of trade-in deals which will see the retailer hand over the upcoming Sony PlayStation Vita handheld console for as little as £80.

Gamers anticipating this month's Vita launch will be pleased to know the initial outlay of over £200 can be slashed - provided they're willing to hand over an older console in at the time of purchase.

PS Vita WipEout

Gamers no longer keen on their Nintendo 3DS, for example, will only have to pay £100 if they swap it for a Vita at Gamestation. Tossing out your old Xbox 360 or PS3 will mean the Vita price will fall further.

Here's the complete list of Gamestation's Vita offers:

Gamestation PS Vita trade-in deals

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