It seems that every other week there is a new game or DVD that your child wants for their already over-sized collection. All these games and DVDs can add up to a lot of money over the year. So it comes down to two options, you either buy them everything they ask for or you simply refuse.
Luckily, there is another option. Usually you’ll find that your child has plenty of games and DVDs that they no longer play or watch. Over the last few years several sites have popped up allowing you to sell DVDs online and sell games online as well as many electrical products.
Using one of these sites allows your child to not only make some money to buy new games and DVDs, but it will also allow you to teach your child the importance of buying products with their own money.
A great benefit to selling games and DVDs to one of these sites is you don’t have to pay for postage and packaging. All you need to do is simply pack all the games and DVDs into a box and the company will pick them up from your home.
There has been much talk about whether these types of sites are better than selling on auction sites. Most people’s argument is that they can make more money selling each game or DVD separately for a higher price. Although this may seem like the better option, it’s not. You may get a higher price initially, but once postage and listing fees have been taken off, you’ll more than likely end up with a lot less.
So the next time your child asks for a new game or DVD mention that they can buy it for themselves if they simple sell some of their unused games and DVDs.
back2cash.co.uk offer such a service. On their website you can sell your old games and DVDs as well as CDs, Blu-rays, Books, Mobile Phones and Gadgets.