As we go forward into a future where digital media is the definitive form for our movies and music, a lot of us are left with a lot of spare DVDs and blu-rays. Even if you buy blu-rays to support products that you care about, sometimes we have too many to keep around!
For those who have an abundance of CDs, DVDs, or blu-rays, let’s talk about where to sell used movies. It can be a great way to clear up some space and make some money at the same time.
The best part is that this applies to music lovers and movie lovers alike. Even casual consumers have probably picked up a few extra copies of media that they love, or converted all of their stuff over to digital format by now. That means you can turn your excess goods into cash!
Even though most of us are trending towards digital formats, there are still plenty of people out there who are glad to buy your old physical media, so you can sell that stuff off with a clean conscience.
So now you’re wondering, ‘how do I do it? I have a box of old DVDs that I would love to turn into money!’
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Well, here are some of the best places where you can sell your used movies for the most cash.
1. WeBuyBook: A resale business for all your media
You might have seen me mention WeBuyBook on this site before, and for good reason. I am a big fan of buying and selling used books for cash, and WeBuyBook is a solid company that does good business, so I’m definitely willing to give them a mention when it’s relevant.
A few of the things that make them good are:
- You can sell multiple kinds of things at once. Obviously, you could sell books in addition to your music and movies, which makes it a one-stop process.
- They will pay for your shipping. If you’re trying to make some money by selling things, you may know that you can get burnt on shipping. Their prepaid shipping labels cuts that issue right out.
- You can get paid how you want. If you use PayPal, they’ll pay you that way. You like checks, they’ll do that too. They can even do transfer straight to your bank account, so there’s no money barrier here.
- There is a system that rewards frequent sellers. So if you find out that you’re sitting on a mountain of stuff you want to send in, good news! They’ll acknowledge that and return you in turn.
So What Do I Do?
It’s easy as pie to figure out how to sell your stuff on this site.
Here’s how you do it:
- You type in an ISBN into the search bar and then you indicate what condition your stuff is in. ISBN’s are located near the barcode on CDs, DVDs, and books.
- Then you’re told what these items are worth. This will vary based on condition, rarity, and other variables that are relevant to the value of the goods.
- If you like the quote, you just click “accept” and then indicate whether you want to get paid via check, PayPal, or bank.
- The prepaid label is printable, so print it out and put it on the package where your goods are, then put it in the mailbox. Over and done.
It’s that easy! All you have to do is type in some numbers, click a few times, and tape a box shut for shipping.
I would personally use WeBuyBooks if I had things like this to sell, but if you really want some alternatives, here are a few:
This is the right path to go if you have something exceedingly rare. A vintage copy of such and such album may be hard to get a good price for with a bulk reseller, so you can take it to eBay for the collectors out there.
Another way to get more mileage out of the value of your stuff, though you need to make a post and wait on a reply, so it’s a little bit indefinite.
They bill themselves as the ‘largest retailer of used DVDs.’ This is also super-easy, tell them what you have and they’ll tell you what it’s worth. After that, just accept and sell.
5. Local businesses
The last easy choice is to go to a local business to resell. You probably won’t get the best rates at these local business, but you get the advantage of instant business.
You can usually sell a variety of used media at these places, as well. A good option if you prefer face-to-face business.
When was the last time you sold a used movie? Do you think you got a good deal out of it?…