Let’s face it, how often do you listen to CDs or watch DVDs these days? Technology moves quickly, and streaming services like Spotify and Netflix have fast replaced having a physical copy of your favourite album or film. Those stacks of CDs soon become obsolete, an annoying encroachment on your space rather than something you enjoy.
Maybe you’re moving house, having a good clear out or just want to make some extra money, so you decide to sell your old CDs and DVDs. You don’t use them anymore, so you may as well sell them to someone who will!
But, of course, you want to make sure you make as much money as possible. That’s where we come in! We’ve compiled a list of the best places to sell CDs and DVDs.
The car boot sale is a British institution! We wouldn’t recommend a car boot sale if you’re just selling CDs and DVDs - after all, you have to pay for a pitch so you’re unlikely to make your money back. If you’ve got lots of other things to sell too though, it may be the perfect solution for you. Just beware the hagglers!
We buy books, but did you know we also buy CDs, DVDs and video games? All you have to do is download our app, scan the barcode and we’ll give you an instant valuation. If you accept our offer, you can either post the items to us or we’ll collect them - both completely free! And if you sell over £25 worth of items to us, we’ll automatically increase the offer by 5%.
Facebook Marketplace is another great place to sell CDs and DVDs. It’s often local people too, so you don’t have to mess around with postage. A lot of people also sell in bundles on Facebook Marketplace, which could be a good idea if you’ve got lots to sell and don’t want to sell each individually. You could list a ‘2000s pop bundle’ or ‘kids film bundle’ and get rid of lots at once.
Most of us will be familiar with eBay, where you can list old items and receive bids from buyers online. We’d probably recommend selling CDs and DVDs on eBay if you’ve got some sort of special edition or a signed copy which collectors will buy. Otherwise, it’s probably not worth the hassle of packing and posting each individual CD or DVD. Just be sure to check a rough guideline price for this sort of item, so you’re not losing out on money!
We don’t like to blow our own horn, but we like to think we’re the best place to sell CDs and DVDs online. Why? Don’t worry, we’ve got a list.
We’ll accept any CD and DVD, as long as they meet our conditions guidelines. That means no scratches, cracks or other damage to the disc or case. And, of course, no pirated or stolen discs. Other than that, we’ll accept CDs and DVDs from any era or genre!
We’ll take CDs from hip-hop to punk rock! Here’s some of the CDs we’re looking for:
We’ll also buy a wide range of DVDs, including boxsets and blu ray discs. Some of the DVDs we’re looking for at the minute include:
This is hard to say. The items we accept and the prices we offer fluctuate all the time. We make our offers based on current demand and whether we already have multiple copies in stock. That means prices can vary from day to day, but typically popular, current CDs or DVDs will get higher offers because more people want to buy them. There are exceptions, like special edition DVDs or classical music CDs.
It’s so easy to sell to us! All you have to do is download our app, scan the barcode on your items and we’ll provide an instant valuation. If you accept this offer, you can either post the items yourself or we can collect it from you - both completely free. So you don’t even need to leave your house to sell to us.
Don’t want to download the app? Don’t worry, you can use our website instead. Just find the ISBN number on the back of your CD or DVD, enter it and we’ll provide a valuation. Again, if you accept this offer you can either post it or we’ll collect it for free.
As long as your items meet our condition guidelines, we’ll pay you the next day! A quick and easy way to make cash all round. Start selling today!