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Top 10 Best Places To Sell Video Games Online


Top 10 Best Places To Sell Video Games Online – I have quite the video game collection. When I was younger, I was a lot more sentimental and proud of my collection, almost to the point of hoarding. But as you grow older, you learn to let go of things especially if they no longer have a purpose in your life.

Plus, current gen systems don’t even need physical media. Everything is either stored on the cloud or a local hard drive. But there are a lot of nostalgic folks out there who would rather stick to their old game consoles or simply revisit an older and simpler time.

If you’re cash strapped or you’re just ready to move on, a good place to start is by selling off some of your old games. In this article, we’ll show you the best websites to sell your games on.

Where To Sell Your Video Games Online?

Are You Ready To Sell Video Games For Decent Cash?. take a look at a few of these sites.

1. GameStop

Most US gamers are familiar with GameStop. It’s the biggest video game retailer in the United States. It even has retail stores located in Canada, New Zealand, and Europe. In total, it has 7, 267 locations.

It doesn’t stop there, GameStop also owns Game Informer which is a video game magazine. While most people are familiar with its physical stores and location, they may not know about the website.

Just as with the brick-and-mortar store, you can actually trade in and sell video games online on the website. This is great for gamers who don’t live near a GameStop.

You have the choice to trade in your game for cash or in-store credit. If you trade it in for in-store credit you yield a higher profit as GameStop offer a 60% credit on all game trades. It’s not a bad option, considering all the consoles and games GameStop has to offer.

2. GameFlip

If you’re not familiar with GameFlip, it’s a market place made for gamers. On GameFlip, you can sell as well as buy games, DLCs, and other in-game items, gift cards, merchandise, and even movies. You can even get Steam games at discounted prices.

The best part about GameFlip is you can pay and get paid through a plethora of different options. You can receive your money through direct deposit, WeChat Pay, AliPay, PayPal or in-store credits which can be traded for games or gift cards from places like Google Play.

With Gameflip you have your pick of selling online digital games or physical copies. You can also sell your old consoles, cartridges, discs, accessories, and toys. There’s a catch though. You can only sell real-world items if you live in the USA.

This is because GameFlip only ships out to US addresses. It’s not the end of the world though because you can still sell digital items if you live outside of the US.

You can sell legal skins and mods that you’ve created. You can sell cd-keys and codes. You’re also allowed to sell gift cards and digital movies. As soon as your item is sold and shipped, you’ll get your payment.

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3. PlayerUp

While this site isn’t as good as GameFlip, it’s still one of the most respected and trusted sites for selling and buying digital games and accessories. With PlayerUp, not only can you sell old video games and key codes, but you can also trade Game accounts and MMO Characters.

It’s the most secure Player 2 Player site on the internet. Not only can you trade video game accounts but you can also buy and trade Instagram and YouTube accounts. Unfortunately, you can’t sell your physical games with PlayerUp.

PlayerUp charges $20 commission for each account sold but they offer discounts to bulk sellers. You don’t have to sell your accounts, you can also trade them for other accounts.

What we like best about PlayerUp is the variety of payment methods that they have on offer. Skrill to direct deposit, there are plenty of ways to get your money.

4. Decluttr

Decluttr isn’t specific to video games. With Decluttr, you can sell virtually anything you can think of. They accept CDs, DVDs, games, tablets, and books.

They also allow you to sell your video game consoles. While Decluttr offers a versatile listing service, they only allow you to sell console-based games. So the games you sell must be from Nintendo, PlayStation or Xbox.

All you need to do to get them to list is scan the barcode. You can also enter the barcode information into the site. To make the entire process even easier, Decluttr offers a smartphone application that can be used to scan your barcodes. It’s available for both Android and iPhone devices.

One of the best things about Decluttr is it offers free shipping and you have your choice to either get paid through PayPal or direct deposit. Once you sell your items, you can expect payment in the next 24 hours after Decluttr receives your items.

5. SecondSpin

While SecondSpin’s main specialty is selling music CDs, vinyls and DVDs, it also allows you to sell video games from a variety of consoles. SecondSpin supports the sale and purchase of games from the following consoles:

  • Nintendo GameCube
  • Nintendo Wii
  • Nintendo Wii U
  • Nintendo GBA
  • Nintendo DS
  • Nintendo 3DS
  • Sony PS1
  • Sony PS2
  • Sony PS3
  • Sony PS4
  • Sony PSP
  • Sony PS Vita
  • Xbox
  • Xbox 360
  • Xbox One

If you want to make the most profit, make sure you’re selling a newer game because these tend to have higher resale value because they’re easier to sell. Once you’ve decided which games you want to sell, you can type in or scan the barcode into the site to see how much they’ll sell for.

SecondSpin supports bulk sales, so you can sell your entire collection through them. You can then get paid through PayPal, paper check or store credit.

While they don’t provide free shipping, they’ll pay you back using the USPS media mail rate. Since SecondSpin also conventional brick-and-mortar stores, you can visit one of their stores to sell your games and CDs there too.

6. The Old School Game Vault

If your gaming catalog consists mainly of old school titles, you might want to pay a visit to The Old School Game Vault. While this is its niche, it’s certainly not its limit. It allows you to sell and buy classic and current titles.

You can even sell and trade in your old consoles. From your cartridges to PS2 games, they don’t all have to be sitting around collecting dust. The only limitation is on sports games. While they’ll buy a few classic sports games, they won’t buy sports games that were made in the last decade over three years old.

It’s important to note that they only provide free shipping if your sale items are at least worth $50. There’s also a $25 minimum order. All payments are made through PayPal.

7. DK Oldies

Game Vault’s website is a little jarring and outdated. If you’re looking for an alternative, you should definitely try DK Oldies out. If you’re selling in bulk, you can drop them an email. The best thing about DK Oldies is the sheer number of consoles and gaming systems it supports.

Whether you’re trying to sell your old Nintendo NES cartridges or your newer PS4 games, you can do so through DK oldies. They support one-day payment so payment is quick and efficient.

If you want to maximize your profits, look through their hotlists to see if there are any titles you have on them. While you can get through PayPal or direct deposit, you can also get a 20% bonus for exchanging your games for store credit.

8. Trade4Cash

Trade4Cash is basically an online pawn shop where you can sell your old games and consoles. They boast to have fast payments and free shipping. They support consoles and games from PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Nintendo 3DS, and Switch.

You can get paid through PayPal or direct deposit. They will also give you an additional 5% bonus when you follow or like them on social media.

The entire process is so easy, it can be summarized in three different steps:

  1. Enter your barcode and find your item
  2. Ship your item using USPS
  3. Then get paid via eGiftCard, check, direct deposit or PayPal

9. eBay

While the majority of the options in this guide will require you to sell your games for fixed prices, there’s an alternative. You can actually auction your games off.

Not only can you sell physical copies of your games but you can also sell mods and in-game items. Maybe you want to go further than that and sell your entire Steam account. That’s possible too.

eBay allows you to create listings for auctions. The ‘Buy It Now’ option allows you to sell listings off immediately without leaving you unable to accept counter offers.

It’s a particularly great option for sellers who are looking to sell their games in bulk or as a collection. That’s the beauty of selling your games off with eBay. You don’t have to sell them individually.

10. Amazon

I don’t’ think this entry requires very much introduction. Besides being one of the biggest online retailers of goods, Amazon allows independent sellers like you to sell their used items.

Your old games and consoles can be listed as third-party listings. You don’t have to wait for a customer to buy your games, you can quickly trade it in using Amazon’s trade-in option.

Although Amazon is the biggest retailer on the internet, it has some of the lowest pay-outs and takes the biggest piece of the pie off sales. So we suggest that you use it as a last resort.

Final Word

There you have it. In this guide, we explored ten of the best places to sell your games online. If you’re ready to let go of some of your collection and you need some quick cash, bookmark this list and try each of the entries to see what works. It would not hurt to have multiple listings in different sites. If you have any of your own suggestions or recommendations, please leave a comment down in the comment box. As always, thank you for reading.

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