Where can i sell my old video games?

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If you live in a city that has a GameStop store nearby, they will buy your old video games, but they have to be in really good condition for you to make even a quarter of what you paid for them. Most of the time, the store will just give you a credit or allow you trade 3 or 4 games for one new game. You can also try selling your games online on Craigslist or Ebay, but with Ebay, you'll have to pay a small fee for selling items on the website.
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Most pawn shops will buy video games if they are newer. For example, Wii games would be great for resale. If you have alot of newer games, consider a yardsale or your local cragslist
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1. Find a pawn shop or used video game store locally that buys video games. Again, it's a good idea to compare the choices you have so you can find the best deal. 2. Sell your video
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1 Find some games you REALLY don't want. Then find some gamers around your neighborhood and try to make some deals with them. If they are very picky try to give them some lower deals
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If you wish to sell back used video games there are a number of retailers who will buy them back at a reduced price. Alternatively, one may selll them to an online auction website.
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Selling used and old video games is a great way to add some extra dough to your pocket. One of the best places to sell your games at is Gamestop. They offer store ...
Selling used and old video games is a great way to add some extra dough to your pocket. One of the best places to sell your games at is Gamestop. They offer store ...
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