dvdhunt.com | Best Places To Sell Your Used DVDs in NYC
Do you have any used movies, music CDs, or video games lying
around the house? History has proven most media trends
downward in price over time. So if nobody in your home has
watched a DVD in a year, clear it out. Try something new.
Aside from the Blockbusters, here are a few good places to sell to
in New York City:
ACADEMY: located on 18th Street, between 5th and 6th Ave
VIDEO ROOM: - can't remember for sure, but think it's at 84th &
OUTLET: the one on 40th St between 5th and 6th Ave usually
has two tables filled with used DVDs.
KIMS: have found a few things at their store on St Marks Place
GENERATION RECORDS - Greenwich Village - They have a great collection of music
DVD's--such as the RBF live dvd they put out a few years back. And if you're one of those
people who enjoys wearing t-shirts with band names on them (me and every single one of
my friends) then this place has a decent selection of stuff.
NORMAN's: 3rd Ave just below 8th ST - sometimes priced a little high, but have found a
few things of interest there.
FUTURE LEGEND 796 9th Ave, New York, NY? - (212) 707-8180? -Store is closed when I
went there in December 2008. They didn't have a sign saying anything about relocation.
TUNES: New & Used Compact Discs 225 Washington St, Hoboken, NJ - (201) 653-3355?
This is where I usually go to buy cds and records. Their prices are pretty decent and if
you're into record hunting they offer a decent place.
EAST VILLAGE BOOKS: has been on Saint Marks Pl. for 15 years (#99, between First
Avenue and Avenue A). Specialize in great prices for books but also buy non-mainstream
DVD's (prefer documentary, art films, foreign films, independent, music videos) and CD's (no
pop, rap, recent R&B music).
SELLING DVDS ONLINE IS EASIER - There is an advancement in simplicity in selling dvds
online and i urge you to consider doing so. Dvdhunt.com highlights some good marketplaces
to sell your stuff like ebay, amazon, mx123 and craigslist. Mx123.com and other stores like
them will buy all your stuff in one bulk transaction and pay for your shipping costs. Consider
this the easiest and fastest option. They give you a price quote through their website for
your used DVDs and they will buy everything you have in one easy hassle free transaction.
You get a free shipping label that you print out and stick on your box. Expect a payment by
PayPal or check in two weeks after shipping to them.
Craigslist will help you connect with someone local. Its is free to sell. Consider it a free
internet classified service. You work the payment details and the exchange with the buyer.
Its a greatway to connect with a DVD buyer in the NYC area butyou will find most buyers
will want to cherry pick through the items you have for sale.
Ebay does not have the sales volume it used to and it will be tougher to sell an item now.
Amazon has high prices but there is a steep learning curve in getting set up the first time.
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