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Old 12-11-06, 01:27 PM
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Current dvd trade-in pricing list for EB Games/GameStop?

Okay, I know you can access their pricing list for games online, but does anyone know where to find their pricing list for dvds? I've got some boxsets I want to unload this week but would like to know what to expect first.

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Old 12-11-06, 05:07 PM
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As far as I know, there isn't any means to do so online. They used to have tradestop.com but that disappeared and GS doesn't respond to emails asking what happened to it.

Think you pretty much have to take them in store and have them look them up.
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All I can tell you is that Gamestop/EB Games is one of the worst places to do trade-ins. They give you very little, even if you have the game rewards card, and that is for credit. If you want cash, the take 20% off whatever low amount they calculate.
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Originally Posted by dx23
All I can tell you is that Gamestop/EB Games is one of the worst places to do trade-ins. They give you very little, even if you have the game rewards card, and that is for credit. If you want cash, the take 20% off whatever low amount they calculate.
That bad, eh? I have around a dozen boxsets of current and/or older popular tv shows I wanted to trade in toward the Nintendo DS my kiddo wants for Christmas. I do have the rewards card. Is there anyplace else that is better with their trade-in values?
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I think you are better, and not by much, trading of your DVDs at Suncoast, FYE or even Blockbuster. Not so long ago Blockbuster gave $5 per DVD. The other option is selling them at Amazon.com, ebay or even at the DVDTalk Trading section of the forum. You get more money that way.

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