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Where's the best place to sell bulk Blu-rays?


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Initial post: Jan 23, 2013 1:30:30 PM PST
Ryan D. Hunt says:
I have a little over 50 blurays that are in good condition that I'd like to sell. Where should I sell them? I have no idea how much I'd get for them but they are all pretty new movies.

Posted on Jan 23, 2013 1:32:30 PM PST
Ryan D. Hunt says:
They all have their original boxes. A few don't have the DVD disc. Here's a list of them:

1. 3:10 to Yuma
2. American history x
3. Avatar collector's edition (8 hours bonus material)
4. Batman begins
5. Body of lies
6. Captain America
7. Casino royale
8. Clash of the titans
9. Crank
10. Dark knight rises
11. District 9
12. Hangover
13. Harry potter 1-7
14. In time
15. Inception
16. Iron man 2
17. Jumper
18. Kick ass
19. Law abiding citizen
20. Limitless
21. Lion king
22. Matrix trilogy
23. No country for old men
24. Prometheus (3 disc 3d)
25. Puss in boots
26. Rambo
27. Rango
28. Rise of the planet of the apes
29. Saw the final chapter
30. Sherlock Holmes
31. Space jam
32. Taken
33. Tangled 3d
34. The departed
35. The girl with the dragon tattoo
36. The hunger games
37. The town
38. The incredible hulk
39. Thor
40. Transformers
41. Transformers dark of the moon
42. Transformers revenge of the fallen
43. Troy
44. Unknown
45. Wanted
46. War
47. X men first class
48. X men origins wolverine

Posted on Jan 23, 2013 2:41:02 PM PST
turkish says:
maybe craigslist. or ebay. dont expect more than 4, 5 bucks each though.

Posted on Jan 23, 2013 8:20:46 PM PST
Kevin says:
eBay as a 'lot' probably. Search for DVD and Blu-ray lots on eBay and take a picture like the good ones you find. Craigslist might be better because there's no shipping involved, but you're going to have less eyeballs on it and probably a lower offer in total.

In reply to an earlier post on Jan 24, 2013 2:28:01 PM PST
Kerry.b says:
maybe you can try selling them at a pawn shop..i don't know if pawn shops in united states do buy dvd's and blu ray's but give it a go..you might get 4-5 dollars for them if they buy it of you..if not try ebay or craigslist..
good luck....

Posted on Jan 25, 2013 10:52:05 AM PST
MX123.com,if you want to get rid of them quick,hassel free.You can print your own free shipping label,they tell you how much each disc is worth.I just sold some old Hitchcock dvd's at 5 bucks apiece,plus about 12 blurays-total 75.00 They'll pay you thru paypal or a check sent to you when they receive them. Highly recommended.
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