4 Ways How to sell DVDs, CDs and games online
1) Music Magpie
CDs / DVDs / Games / Books
Music Magpie is one of the most well known and easy-to-use trade-in sites, and it’s a great place to sell your CDs, DVDs, books, games and tech.
They’ll also give you a price for your Phones/Tablets/Game Consoles (although bear in mind, you might fair better) selling theses gadgets on eBay
The prices might not always be the best going, but they’re still worth checking – and, crucially, they offer free postage on your old gear.
They also have an app that comes with a barcode scanner.
You’ll need a minimum valuation of £5 to sell with them. Payment is made by bank transfer, and it should be in your account the next working day after Music Magpie receive your items.
CDs / DVDs / Games
CeX is the only site on this list to also boast a presence on the high street, so if you think you’d get a better price for your items by Haggling face to face this is where to head to.
They buy CDs, DVDs, Blu-rays and games, as well as pretty much anything electronic, and they’ll pay into your bank account, PayPal or a CeX voucher (Which you can spend online)
There’s no minimum value, and if you pop into a store you can also get cash straight away (but online payments can take up to a week to process
CDs / Books / Games / DVDs
Similar to CeX and Music Magpie, Ziffit buys all your old media to send, and ships it completely free of charge.
You’ll need either £5 worth of items or 10 items to complete a trade-off. Scan the barcode via their app and they’ll tell you straight away how much you could bag.
If your items weigh less than 10kg (which they’ll work out for you after you scan the barcode), you can send your items through one of Ziffit’s collection shops completely free of charge.
Packages weighing over 10kg can be picked up via a courier collection service.
You’ll receive your money via bank transfer, PayPal or by cheque with Ziffit’s cash voucher system. Make sure you also sign up for their newsletters to get promos and voucher code
CDs / DVDs / Books / Games
Using an online auction site like eBay can be a bit of a slower process, so this maybe isn’t the best choice for those who want their cash fast.
It will take a bit more time to set up your listing and research how much to charge. Plus, you’ll have to pay a commission on your sale
However, if you end up with a few keen beans who are ready to fight over what you have to offer, you could end up earning a good sum for your treasures.