The salary of a GameStop manager varies, but generally falls between $39,000 and $41,000, as of April 2015. GameStop managers, like many workers, receive a base compensation accounting for the majority of their salary and potentially a supplemental bonus. The average salary estimate for GameStop managers, say authors at Glassdoor, includes managers in all locations throughout the United States and with various levels of experience.
In comparison to other store managers around the nation, the salary of GameStop managers, as noted in April 2015, falls approximately 18 percent below the national average for store managers, according to Glassdoor.com. However, GameStop managers may add additional compensation to their base pay in several ways. These additional payments include cash and stock bonuses and profit sharing. Cash bonuses may add several hundred to over $30,000 to a manager's annual income, while stock bonuses can tack on several hundred to roughly $3,000, with an average amount of $1,500. Profit sharing contributes approximately $650 to a manager's income, with a range between $5 and $2,000.
One of the job responsibilities for GameStop managers is driving sales and attracting customers. This entitles managers to commissions and tips from sales, which can also add to their incomes. Commission revenue may add approximately $1,000 to $15,000 to managers' incomes, with an average around $5,000. Tips can earn managers between $400 and $1,000, with an national average of around $700.