How does exchanging CD work?

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  1. David Preston

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    I was cleaning out my closet and found some of my old CD's from a few years ago. I have the cases also. I would like to know what the exchange deal is. If I give the store 3 of the ones I have and don't want they will give me one I do? So how many do I have to trade them to get one. Thanks
     
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    Sell them on Half.com or Amazon.com. You'll get much more there than you would at a used CD shop.

    Of course, I'm just taking a wild guess that is what you're talking about.
     
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    David, I exchange mine at Hastings (do they have these in GA?) 4 of your CDs, with jewel cases and booklets, in good condition, will get you any CD in the place, up to $19.
    Hmm.... CDs $3 at the pawn shop times 4=$12, hey I'm makin' money! Time to quit the day job![​IMG]
    Tom
     
  4. David Preston

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    I don't think there is a Hastings here in GA. There are some places like that I just never delt with them. I am willing to take the loss it's not like I listen to them anymore. Thanks for the info guys.
     

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