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Discussion in 'DVD' started by StevenD, Oct 29, 2003.
I have a few DVDs I'd like to dump. Where do you guys usually unload your DVDs?
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.
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.
Are there any other options for those of us who don't have time to use eBay? Thanks, Kyle
Could try the Software for Trade/Sale section of this site? I usually sell to co-workers or family.
I've sold a few in the local Pennysaver, a weekly flyer that offers free ads for items under $25.
Half.com. Unfortunately Ebay is phasing it out next year.
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.
You could always donate them to your local public library also. That should be something you could claim on your taxes I would think.