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Should I sell these items?

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should I sell all my dvds? I hear with netflix and being able to watch free stuff online theres no point buying dvds? or does netflix get rid of stuff after a while and u need the dvd?

I have a gameboy color in good shape with at least 2 games might be more. Should I sell that?

I have a vcr...

I have some cd's...just put on my ipod and sell them to someone? don't have alot of cds probly 10 or more.

I'm already going to sell my desktop computer for my dad because I'm saving for a labtop because I'm trying to reduce clutter
02/17/2011
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Illusional Illusional
I mean, Netflix and RedBox have kinda reduced people renting and buying DVD's a lot, which is why Blockbuster is kinda going down the drain.

However, if they're really good movies, it's possible that real movie buffs will want a copy. However, keep in mind via the net, you have to make sure you have the best deal and used DVD's don't go for much.

Gameboy Colors are kinda old, there's some pretty good deals for them on Ebay. Again, you might not get what kind of money you're hoping for.

A VCR.... eh... I would just dump it.

And CD's, kinda like the DVD's... unless they're ultra rare, everyone can download from iTunes.
02/17/2011
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Originally posted by Illusional
I mean, Netflix and RedBox have kinda reduced people renting and buying DVD's a lot, which is why Blockbuster is kinda going down the drain.

However, if they're really good movies, it's possible that real movie buffs will want a ...
no offense I don't care about blockbuster or people going out of business. I just wanted less clutter and to organize my life. I find my Kindle really helps.

I just wondered on netflix if things become unavailable to watch..I would keep a couple dvds like twilight dvds they wer a gift. The only thing I want to buy is if a particular anime isn't available online for some reason,porn, or a movie or tv show I just can't find anywhere.

well someone from work wants the gameboy color. I just don't know if I should give it up..they are obsolete but u can download old games on ds or wii?

I don't sell any of my stuff online I sell to people I work with much easier for me
02/17/2011
TitsMcScandal TitsMcScandal
If you already know if you are going to sell them, why ask the question?
02/17/2011
Illusional Illusional
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Originally posted by kinky girlfriend
no offense I don't care about blockbuster or people going out of business. I just wanted less clutter and to organize my life. I find my Kindle really helps.

I just wondered on netflix if things become unavailable to watch..I would keep a ...
Well, you kind of missed the point of me mentioning it
But don't make a thread if you already have a solution and/or don't want a response
02/18/2011
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Originally posted by Illusional
Well, you kind of missed the point of me mentioning it
But don't make a thread if you already have a solution and/or don't want a response
well I am still unsure to keep or not keep dvds,i wonder if netlfix gets rid of show series or movies or if once they are available they always are. for example I like the tv show the girls next door and there are other shows I'd like to see but there would be no point getting netflix if I can get specicif stuff I already know Iwant to watch..

I think I will sellt he gameboy color...
02/18/2011
TitsMcScandal TitsMcScandal
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Originally posted by kinky girlfriend
well I am still unsure to keep or not keep dvds,i wonder if netlfix gets rid of show series or movies or if once they are available they always are. for example I like the tv show the girls next door and there are other shows I'd like to see but ...
What Illusional was saying, is that even if you do sell them, you aren't going to get a good price. Netflix and other online offerings like it has made buying/selling DVDs obsolete pretty much. The same reason that places like blockbuster are going out of business.

If you want to get rid of the clutter, save yourself the headache of trying to sell them and just donate them to a library/hospital (a lot of pediatric wards take things like that to entertain children/teens while they are at the hospital).
02/18/2011
kinky girlfriend kinky girlfriend
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Originally posted by TitsMcScandal
What Illusional was saying, is that even if you do sell them, you aren't going to get a good price. Netflix and other online offerings like it has made buying/selling DVDs obsolete pretty much. The same reason that places like blockbuster are ...
Ok I understand now! well I decided to keep the ones I like and the ones I don't care about i will sell to people I work with for hardly anything just to get some money out of it...I would probly be like you can have this pileof dvds for $15-$20 or if they just want individual ones sell $2-$3 a piece
02/18/2011
darthkitt3n darthkitt3n
DVDs sell pretty well on half.com.
02/19/2011
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Originally posted by darthkitt3n
DVDs sell pretty well on half.com.
I just sell to people I know because I don't want to mess with setting up an account and having to get to a post office which isn't even close to my house, I just find it easy and simple to do it this way and if I can't get rid of something I don't mind giving a way a little stuff I haven't touched in years,but I'm pretty sure nearly all the things I want to sell will sell to teenagers and young adults I work with.
02/19/2011
Annemarie Annemarie
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Originally posted by kinky girlfriend
well I am still unsure to keep or not keep dvds,i wonder if netlfix gets rid of show series or movies or if once they are available they always are. for example I like the tv show the girls next door and there are other shows I'd like to see but ...
Netflix removes streaming items when the partnership with the studio that makes the item ends.

Netflix's library (as well as all of the other online streaming media sites) is/are not an end-all, be-all, though. It's (they are) quite limited, especially for older movies and shows. There is no real viable option to go streaming-only, cutting the cable (i.e. cable TV) and getting rid of hard media (i.e. DVDs).

DVDs go for peanuts these days. If you want to get rid of clutter, get a CD/DVD case and get rid of the boxes, but not the DVDs themselves.
02/19/2011
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