Coming Soon to York!

For years people have been asking us, "When will you open a Just Press Play in York?" We're thrilled to announce that we finally have an answer...and it's sooner than you think!

Our new store will open on Friday, November 4th at the Queensgate Shopping Center in York!

That's right! In less than a week, there will be a brand new Just Press Play store with all kinds of retro goodies we've been saving for a special occasion! And we couldn't have done it without YOU.

We can't thank you all enough for your patronage and support these past 10 years. Thanks to you, we've grown from a humble flea market stand to a thriving local business. Thanks to you, we're able to offer the lowest prices and the highest cash trade-in values in the area. And thanks to you, we have an ever-changing inventory of movies, music, video games, comics, and collectibles that are waiting to be discovered. You're our Super Mushrooms, our Master Swords, our Power Pellets, our Chaos Emeralds--you're every power-up we've ever needed to get this far. THANK YOU!

Lancaster will always be our home, of course, but we're so excited to bring everything you love about Just Press Play to our neighbors in York County. We have plenty of loyal customers who drive up from York, from Maryland, and from even further south just to visit our stores, and this is just one way that we can show our appreciation. Our team is working day in and day out to prepare the new location--laying the floor, painting, hanging shelves, cleaning games, and arranging all the little details that make a Just Press Play different from your average game shop. Check out our progress in the photos above!

We hope you'll join us on November 4th to celebrate the grand opening of our new store!

Just Press Play York
2079 Springwood Road
York, PA 17403

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