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How best to sell my old CDs and DVDs
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mannews
Old 21-01-2009, 3:24 PM
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Default How best to sell my old CDs and DVDs

Was wondering if anyone had any info on selling CDs and DVDs. I have checked out the reviews of MusicMagpie and I am not to sure about using them. You seem to take your chances on whether you get your money or not.:confused:
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Old 21-01-2009, 3:28 PM
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It's worth having a look at Playtrade (on play.com) or Amazon Marketplace.
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Old 21-01-2009, 4:08 PM
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I agree with Zenseeker

There is a long thread running about Amazon and a smaller one about Playtrade that you might find useful. At least you can check out what sort of value, if any, your items have.
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I would have thought cex, music magpie are the first places to check.
Selling on hotukdeals (free) gumtree (free) ebay (13.3%+20p) playtrade (10%+50p) amazon (17.25%+86p) priceminister (15%+£1) are these roughly right?
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