Selling unwanted DVDs

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  1. StevenD

    StevenD Auditioning

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    I have a few DVDs I'd like to dump. Where do you guys usually unload your DVDs?
     
  2. StephanieC

    StephanieC Stunt Coordinator

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    Ebay. I sell the titles seperately if they're going for a decent price, or in small lots for the ones that don't go for much.
     
  3. Nick T Robot

    Nick T Robot Supporting Actor

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    I've used eBay for all my Double Dip replacement situations (T2, Boogie Nights, 2001: A Space Odyssey, The Professional, Pulp Fiction, Swingers) I try to sell them before the new verson of the DVD comes out.
     
  4. KyleK

    KyleK Second Unit

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    Are there any other options for those of us who don't have time to use eBay?

    Thanks,
    Kyle [​IMG]
     
  5. ChrisBEA

    ChrisBEA Screenwriter

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    Could try the Software for Trade/Sale section of this site?
    I usually sell to co-workers or family.
     
  6. GlennH

    GlennH Cinematographer

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    I've sold a few in the local Pennysaver, a weekly flyer that offers free ads for items under $25.
     
  7. Eric F

    Eric F Screenwriter

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    Half.com. Unfortunately Ebay is phasing it out next year.
     
  8. Brian PB

    Brian PB Supporting Actor

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    I tend to use Amazon Marketplace (creating a seller account is easy; they deposit the money you earn into your bank account--after their cut--and compensate you for the shipping charge).

    Both Digital Eyes and DVD Empire buy & sell used DVDs (though neither will pay you a great deal, at least you don't have to wait around for a seller & mail out a bunch of different packages). If your community is anything like mine, a lot of local stores have sprung up that will buy & sell used DVDs, too.
     
  9. StevenFC

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    You could always donate them to your local public library also. That should be something you could claim on your taxes I would think.
     

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