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Started by: richiesharp
On: 06/08/2012 | 18:18
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by: richiesharp
on: 06/08/2012 | 18:18
Hi guys, anyone used music magpie or amazon trade in? What are your thoughts as I'm looking to trade in a load of old games, CDs and stuff
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by: pinkcalculator
on: 06/08/2012 | 18:19
Magpie wasn't great when I looked saying that my thick husband went to cex and let them give him 0.00 for a whole load of stuff and never said anything
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by: dawncn69
on: 06/08/2012 | 18:20
Or you could set up selling account on amazon and sell them yourself... Trade in gives you pennies whereas selling gives you more.
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by: richiesharp
on: 06/08/2012 | 18:20
Won't be going with CEX then lol
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by: richiesharp
on: 06/08/2012 | 18:22
I think that's the best way to get most return dawn, just wondering if there was a quicker way to declutter
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by: quavis
on: 06/08/2012 | 18:22

oh don't go with them, I tried it. I checked  how much they'd give me for my Pink Floyd The Wall double CD. 30p they offered. It's not worth it. I'd rather give it to charity. Why don't you try ebay or gumtree? Selling privately will get you more. If you go to cex you can get ok money if you trade in. But still pence for most CDs.

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by: andy21
on: 06/08/2012 | 19:01

 Put your stuff on eBay starting at 99p + post.It will cost you nothing to advertise and only pay if it sells or wait untill they do a "no insertion fee" weekend if you want a reserve.If you want rid,thats the best way.

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by: richiesharp
on: 06/08/2012 | 20:05
Thanks for your thoughts guys
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by: rockposer
on: 07/08/2012 | 08:57

Music Magpie offer very little. You'd get a better return selling on Ebay, even after fees etc.

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by: richiesharp
on: 07/08/2012 | 09:00
Are listings free if under a pound? And does eBay offer a free photo now?
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