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Old 11-19-08, 03:54 PM
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Looking for Used DVD websites (to sell discs)

Hey guys, sorry if this has alreayd been posted. I checked but I didn't see anything. My wife just passed away and I am looking to sell a large selection of DVDs. Does anybody have any ideas for websites that might be able to help me? I am looking to sell it all at once but don't really want to bother with auction sites.
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Originally Posted by crazyfordvd! View Post
Hey guys, sorry if this has alreayd been posted. I checked but I didn't see anything. My wife just passed away and I am looking to sell a large selection of DVDs. Does anybody have any ideas for websites that might be able to help me? I am looking to sell it all at once but don't really want to bother with auction sites.
I guess we all deal with sorrow in our own way, but I wouldn't give a sh*t about thinking about DVD's if my wife died. I guess I'm not crazy about DVD's like you, crazyfordvd...
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I guess we all deal with sorrow in our own way, but I wouldn't give a sh*t about thinking about DVD's if my wife died. I guess I'm not crazy about DVD's like you, crazyfordvd...
I'm sorry, I didn't mean to come of as cruel. I was hoping to sell the DVDs to help by for the funeral bills. I have been very out of it since the accident.
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Sorry for your loss. Check this spun thread in bargains to see some options.
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Try these:

secondspin.com (wherehouse.com is usually the same, they share stock)
spun.com
dvdplanet.com

Secondspin will pay you cash. I think Spun does too from what I read this morning. I think (but not totally sure) that dvdplanet is store credit only.
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I am so sorry for your loss.
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If you have a Half Price Book store near you, it's worth checking out. I'm not sure what their "going rate" is for the DVDs they buy, but you'd at least avoid the shipping costs associated with sending them somewhere.

Also sorry to learn of your loss, OP.
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I've pm'ed you
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Email me at [email protected]
or post here...I'd consider offering $$ for your movies.
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You can get rid of your DVDs here:

http://forum.dvdtalk.com/dvd-exchange-6/

Or at the marketplace at Amazon.com
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Half.com is cheaper to use.
Half price books lowballs in price.
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Thanks for your help guys, I was able to sell those.
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Looking for Wholesalers of Legal DVDS

Hello
I am in the middle of trying to start up a new and used dvd (movies, musics cd's and box sets).
I am looking for leads to a Legal wholesalers that offers fair prices.
Thank you kindly

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