Our objective at GameFly is to extend our position as the leading online video game rental subscription service and to become a premier provider of video game content and information.
We offer nearly all the latest video game titles available in the United States for PlayStation®4™, PlayStation®3™, PlayStation®2™, PlayStation® Vita™, PSP™, Xbox One™, Xbox 360™, Xbox™, Wii U™, Wii™, GameCube™, 3DS™, DS™ and Game Boy® Advance consoles. With a comprehensive library of over 8,000 titles covering all major video game and handheld game consoles, our library contains numerous copies of popular new releases, as well as many older ‘‘back-catalog’’ games that are generally less accessible in most video game rental and retail stores. Subscribers select titles on our website, receive video games via First-Class Mail and return them to us at their convenience using our pre-paid mailers.
Subscribers also have the option to purchase a video game they are currently renting through our "Keep" feature. Upon confirmation that a video game has been returned or that a subscriber has elected to "Keep" a video game, we mail the next available game in a subscriber's GameQ, a subscriber’s personal wish list of titles. We also sell new and used video games through our website
- 1-Game Plan for $15.95/month
- 2-Game Plan for $22.95/month (our most popular plan)
- 3-Game Plan for $29.95/month*
- 4-Game Plan for $36.95/month*
*3- and 4-Game Plans only available when eligible, both require an active account in good standing for at least 60 days.
July 2002 with official launch in October 2002
- David Hodess – Chairman, CEO and President
- Nilesh Seth – SVP of Product Development and Technology
- Michael Gimlett – SVP of Merchandising and Logistics
- Terri Luke – SVP of Operations
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