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10 Best Places to Sell Used DVDs, Blu-Rays, and CDs in 2019

Selling Your Used DVDs & CDs Can Get You Some Extra Cash, Here Are Some Sites Where You Can Do It Easily.

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10 Best Places to Sell Used DVDs, Blu-Rays, and CDs in 2019 – It seems that physical storage media is going the way of the dinosaur. There are even rumors that the next Xbox won’t come with an optical disc drive.

DVDs were first introduced in 1995. Their high storage capacity was seen as a welcome upgrade to CDs and videotapes. Because of their space, they could store any kind of digital data, ranging from software to video games.

For the common consumer, DVDs are used primarily for storing and viewing movies. Even with the introduction and domination of streaming services such as Netflix, there’s still a surprisingly large market for DVDs as well as Blu-Rays.

Even more so for Blu-Rays since they can store up to 300 GB (if you’re using BDXL types) of data, which makes them ideal for 3D and High Definition 4k movies. It’s even possible to store an entire standard definition season of a series on a singular Blu-ray disc.

However, what if you’re cash-strapped and no longer have enough space for your beloved disc-based movie collection? You don’t have to throw them away or even give them away. You can simply back some of them up on your computer and then sell them.

In this guide, we’re going to cover ten of the best places you can sell your old laser and optical discs. Whether you want to sell your CD collection of music or DVD collection of movies, this should give you ten of the best places to do so.

Top 10 best places to sell your DVDs, CDS, and Blu-Rays

1. Decluttr

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If you’re looking to make some quick cash for your old CDs, DVDs and/or Blu-Rays, look no further than Decluttr. You’re not limited to selling your discs though. Decluttr also accepts phones, tablets, games, books and much more.

It has been reviewed and received a stamp of approval from many publications such as TechRadar, NBC, Cnet, Fast Company and The Penny Hoarder.  Decluttr provides free shipping to its buyers and sellers.

So far, it has paid out over $300 million to over six million customers. Decluttr boasts to pay the most for tech. While ironically the site may feel a bit cluttered, it’s easy to navigate browse through, whether you’re buying or selling.

The service is extremely reliable. It has fast next day payment that it sends through either PayPal or direct deposit. You can also opt for them to send you a paper cheque via mail. This takes a bit longer though.

Registration and sign is basically a breeze. It also comes with mobile versions that are available for both Android and iOS devices. One of the many incentives of using the mobile app is that it comes with a barcode scanner that makes the listing process even easier.

2. Using eBay

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You may be familiar with eBay. eBay has been around since 1995 and it’s one of the biggest and well-known eCommerce sites. It primarily specializes in facilitating consumer-to-consumer sales. However third-party businesses can also sell items through eBay.

While most websites that facilitate consumer-to-consumer trade will require you to have a fixed price on merchandise, eBay sellers can auction off their goods and sell them to the highest bidders.

Another reason why eBay is so special is that it’s available globally and ships to most countries. It also has free delivery depending on where you live. The website is super simple and easy to navigate and signing up is ridiculously easy.

As a seller, you can even sign in with your Facebook or Google account. There are plenty of guides and videos out there that can help you turn a profit on your old DVDs and Blu-Rays through eBay. EBay’s trustworthiness and cultural impact are well documented.

3. Eagle Saver

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Eagle Saver allows you to turn your old music and movies into instant cash. That give you instant quotes and are known for fast payments. You can also ship your items for free.

What we like best about EagleSaver is its totally simple website design. This makes it easy to find items of interest while buying or selling merchandise.

If you’re new to buying and selling on the internet, Eagle Saver provides you with video selling guides that can help you turn a profit by selling used DVDs & CDs. They hold your hand through the entire buying and selling process.

In addition to CDs and DVDs, you can also sell books and video games. They also have a support center that provides you with detailed FAQs and contact information to their 24-hour support staff.

They also have a mobile app that has a barcode scanner to help you with entering individual UPC and ISBN codes. The app is available on both Android and iOS. Its keyboard makes it even easier for you to complete your orders from wherever you are.

You have your choice of shipping through either USPS or FedEx. Eagle Saver accepts both and it also has free return shipping.

Eagle Saver is a pleasure to use. It’s no surprise that it has received all the rave reviews and testimonials that it has.

4. SecondSpin

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While most of the websites, we mentioned on this list cover the sale and trade of a wide variety of merchandise and products, SecondSpin specializes in buying and selling used DVDs, CDs and Blu-Rays.

They claim to be the internet’s largest buyer and sellers of used discs. They’ll buy your music, movies and even games. The best part about SecondSpin is they will accept nearly any DVD if it is Region Free (All Disc) or at least Region 1.

If you want to sell your DVD at full price you need to ensure that it has minimal scratches, has no pieces missing, has the full artwork and has no writing or stickers on it.

The website also has a nifty search function that can be used to see the trade-in value of the disc by simply typing in its name or barcode. SecondSpin will also reimburse you for shipping costs once it accepts and sells your item.

It also has decent payment options. You can get paid through PayPal, direct deposit, paper cheque or even in-store credit. Because SeconSpin is an actual registered local retailer of the used and new goods, you can probably find a store near you and sell your discs in person.

Compared to other sellers, SecondSpin seems to accept a wider variety of titles. So if the previous entries in this list did not work out quite as well as we expected, you should give SecondSpin a try.

5. Sell DVDs Online

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What we like most about this site and service, is how self-explanatory the name of the website is. It does exactly what it tells you. It’s service that facilitates the sale of used (and new) DVDs online. However, it isn’t just limited to the sales of DVDs. They take Blu-Rays and CDs too.

They also buy and sell video games. In addition to this, they have a separate site called sellybackyourbook where you can sell your old books.

The best part about the website is how quickly you can get a quote for your disc. All you need to do is enter the UPC barcode into the website’s text field and it will return with an instant quote for you.

In terms of quality, Sell DVDs Online is very strict. You need to ensure that the DVDs are in good playing condition with minimal scratches, no missing artwork, a case that is in mint condition and no stickers and/or writing is on the disc.

Sell Used DVDs online will initiate payment via PayPal or direct deposit within three days of receiving the item. In addition to this, shipping is also free.

6. Amazon

Amazon is the largest eCommerce site on the internet. It’s well known that Amazon also facilitates customer-to-customer as well as business-to-customer trade in addition to selling its own products.

Sellers have access to a few different options when it comes to trading through Amazon. The most common option sellers use is listing their DVDs as third-party listings.

Amazon won’t pay until your DVD/Blu-Ray is sold and you mail it to the buyer. Once a buyer purchases your item, Amazon will keep a part of the sale as commission.

Another option is trading in your DVD/Blu-Ray to Amazon. While this won’t yield you a high profit on sales of the disc because Amazon’s trade-in value can noticeably be lower than if you actually sold the item yourself.

However, if you’re looking to make some quick cash, payment is nearly instant as you receive it as soon as you Amazon receives the title. It’s also convenient in that you don’t have to deal with buyers or listings yourself.

7. Bonavendi

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Bonavendi isn’t like most buy-back services and resellers. Instead of being a direct vendor, it puts you in touch with over 20 different vendors whose prices can be compared.

One of the best aspects of Bonavendi is its prices search engine. It’s the quickest way to list and catalog your entire collection. Bonavendi isn’t just limited to buying discs, it can also be used to sell other used items for quick and easy cash.

Prices can be compared by entering each barcode individually or you can download the mobile application and use its scanner to scan barcodes. Once you get a quote for each item, you can choose the vendor that you would like to use.

Each vendor will pay according to their policy once the item is received.

8. Facebook

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Facebook is the most popular social networking site on the internet. It has 2.38 billion monthly active users.

A little known feature is Facebook’s marketplace where items can be listed and traded. The marketplace combines all Facebook’s buy and sell groups into one little convenient package that can be accessed through the site or the app.

In order to use, you have to have a Facebook account. Selling things is easy. You don’t need any additional registration. Simply go to the market place portion of the app and click on the ‘Sell Something’ button.

You can also browse through items you’re selling or buying by using the marketplace’s various categories. In addition to DVDs, CDs, and Blu-Rays, you can trade vehicles, home and garden tools, housing, entertainment, clothing, and accessories, etc.

You can also join Facebook groups that specialize in buying and selling used DVDs, CDs, and Blu-Rays. Listing your items is completely free. However, you have to facilitate shipment and trade personally. It works as an online classifieds page.

9. Craigslist

Craigslist is one of the most popular classifieds sites on the internet. It’s been well advertised and documented. It’s a great way to get rid of your old shows, movies, and music and make cash while doing so.

The best part about Craigslist is it is available internationally so you have a wider pool of possible buyers.

Listing each item is completely free and you get to keep all the money you make. However, you have to facilitate the trade as well as the delivery of the item yourself.  It’s important to stay safe while using Craigslist though.

There are a lot of shady buyers out there.

10. Let Go

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If you’re looking for an alternative to Craigslist, then you should give Letgo a try. Just like Craigslist, it’s a classifieds site where you can list and sell your old items. Whether it’s CDs, DVDs, Blu Rays or the electronics that play them, you can sell nearly anything on Let Go.

While it doesn’t have the same international availability of a site like Craigslist, it has support in many countries. It also has a convenient mobile app that can be used to monitor the sales of your items.

The website is well designed and a pleasure to peruse through. Just like Facebook and CraigsList, you’ll have to facilitate trade as well as shipment. You can basically trade the items in person if you want to.

Final Word

There you have it. This guide should put you well on your way to earning some additional scratch from buying and selling your old discs. If you have any recommendations or questions, please leave them in the comment box below. Thank you for reading. Please share this article with your friends and family and make sure to check out the other content on our site.

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