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Where can I sell my PS2?

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One can sell a PS2 on websites such as eBay, Amazon and CashForGamers. A person also can sell the PS2 to a local used game store or a pawn shop.

To sell the PS2 via the Internet, the following steps should be taken:

  1. Set up an account
  2. A person should create an account with the site he or she intends to use.

     
  3. Display the item
  4. The person should then take pictures of the PS2, choose a category for the item and upload the pictures. A fixed price can be set or buyers can be allowed to bid on the product.

 

Selling the PS2 to a local pawn shop is another good option where either cash or store credit can be chosen in return for the item.

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