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Whether you're after a hot new release or a rare retro game, The Gamesmen has your gaming needs covered.
The Gamesmen has come a long way since its days selling Atari 2600 and Commodore 64 games out of market stalls across Sydney. As the popularity of video games grew, so too did the humble retailer, setting up a permanent shop in the Penshurst, NSW location it still trades from to this day. Even with the unfortunate passing of founder Angelo Cusumano in 1995, The Gamesmen has remained dedicated to providing Aussies with an extensive range of gaming products at competitive prices, all backed by top-quality customer service.
What does The Gamesmen sell?
No matter what kind of gamer you are, The Gamesmen is sure to have something for you. From new-release PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch titles to original N64 consoles and classic Atari Lynx games, the retailer has one of the most diverse games libraries available in Australia.
Other than games and gaming hardware, The Gamesmen also sells a variety of game-themed merchandise. Between the Pac-Man keyrings, the Plants vs Zombies plushies and the Pokemon wallets, there's plenty of paraphernalia to add to your collection.
What currency does The Gamesmen use?
All prices on The Gamesmen website are in AUD.
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— Shipping and returns —
The Gamesmen uses Australia Post's eParcel delivery service to ship orders anywhere within Australia.
How much does The Gamesmen charge for delivery?
For orders under 200g in weight, The Gamesmen charges $6.95 for Standard Shipping with order tracking included. Heavier orders will incur additional costs that are calculated at checkout. The faster Priority Shipping will cost you $8.90 for orders below 200g, with a similar surcharge applying to heavier orders. If you live within the Sydney metro region, you can also choose Same-Day/Overnight delivery for $14.95 per shipment.
How long does The Gamesmen take to deliver?
Orders delivered with Standard Shipping usually take between three and six business days to arrive, though deliveries to regional and remote areas of Australia can take up to four days longer than that. Priority Shipping reduces the delivery time to between one and three working days, with an extra two to six business days for regional and remote addresses.
For Sydney metro residents, Same-Day delivery is only available if you place your order before 10am Monday–Friday. Overnight orders, meanwhile, must be placed before 3pm Monday–Friday.
Does The Gamesmen offer click and collect?
If you're looking to avoid shipping costs, The Gamesmen offers a pick-up in store option for all online orders. When your order is ready to collect from The Gamesmen's Penshurst, NSW store, you'll receive a confirmation email containing your order number. You'll need to present this order number, along with valid photo ID and the credit card you used to place the order (unless you paid via PayPal or bank transfer), when you go to pick up your order.
What is The Gamesmen's return policy?
The Gamesmen will replace or refund any damaged or faulty goods, provided the damage wasn't caused through misuse.
Can I return an order if I change my mind?
If you change your mind about a purchase from The Gamesmen, you'll need to return it within 30 days of it being dispatched or picked up in-store. The item must be unused, unopened and in saleable condition, and you'll need to provide proof of purchase along with it.
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