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  1. What a great list of resources!!! eBay is my first choice because I have feedback reviews on the site. Half is pretty good too, but I don’t think you would fetch as good of a price.

    • Thanks for sharing your experience, Lily. I think eBay took the hint and has recently shuttered Half.com. So, now their exclusive option is eBay.

    • I am amazed at the amount of information, including details, that this site showed me. I’m not a gamer, but I do have in my possession a lot of old games that I need to get rid of, and I feel like now that I know what’s out there, I can maneuver more easily through the online sites. I just want to say thank you to whoever came up with this. It was amazing. Outstanding job. Thank you.

      • I’m glad to hear it was helpful for you!

  2. This is an awesome list! I have a bunch of PS3 games that I used to love to play when I was younger, but don’t really care about them as much anymore. Maybe I’ll try selling them online. Thank for sharing. 🙂

    • You definitely should. I did that with some of my old games as well. Money is more valuable than games collecting dust, in my opinion.

  3. This is good information. I generally go to eBay, but I’m open to other reputable sites.

    • eBay is my favorite go-to because so many people visit and their seller fees are reasonable.

  4. You need to remove Cash for Gamers from this list. I sent them several items and haven’t received payment. I tried contacting them THREE times, through a messaging system provided on their website, but received no response. Now, their website isn’t even active. Their Facebook page has several negative reviews describing the same issue. I wish I would’ve read those first before submitting my items.

    • I’m sorry about your experience. Thank you for letting us know. We have removed the link and made a note that their website is inactive so other readers will know to use another recommendation.

  5. There are a lot of good resources on this page! I find it’s nice to be able to use random game shops for reselling also. They’ll usually give you a better deal on what you have and they usually have good things to buy as well.

    • That’s a good idea – if you have one near you.

  6. I need help to sell all my old PC computer game disks as soon as possible. Where can I find the nearest location to sell my old computer game discs?

    • You can see if your local GameStop buys back used PC games. Otherwise, your best option might be listing your items on Craigslist or Facebook so you can sell locally and not have to deal with the hassle of mailing off your items.

      • Game Stop does not buy back PC games as of 10/29/19.

  7. There used to be a site that allowed you to sell your video games to other game enthusiasts. I can’t remember the name of the site, but all games were supported. I have games for many different consoles including Nintendo, Sega Genesis, Sega Master, PS1, PS2, PS3, XBOX, XBOX 360, and others, and some of these sites offer very LOW pricing for the games. Some of the games I have sold on sites like eBay for $60-$80 per game, and these sites want to offer just $3 or $4 for the game. Does anyone know of a community where you can sell games and consoles to other members besides eBay and Amazon? I’d love to find the site I used to use again.

  8. Where can I go to sell Nintendo DS video games, PlayStation 2 and 1 video games, as well as GAMEBOY, or Color,or Advance, or Sega games?

    • The best place to sell those would be either Amazon or Ebay. If you have older games, Ebay might be your best bet as you can list anything on there.

    • You can try selling locally at Gamestop or Craigslist. I also sell on eBay, but only when I can make more than the shipping and fees.

  9. Hi, thanks for the list. I want To sell Steam gift card keys. What’s the best option?

    • You might try G2A.com. Ebay is another option. Wherever you decide to sell, make sure the transaction has seller protection so you’re protected in case the buyer claims you sold a fraudulent account.

  10. Remember you will be competing with sellers of reproduction copies on Ebay. I don’t understand why people buy these. They cost the same or more than the original game.

    • You make a good point. It’s can be hard to compete with those cheap knockoffs.

  11. Hi there,

    We have just launched retroplace.com, a great marketplace for retro video games you might want to check out and maybe even add to your list here!

    If this is seen as “spam”, I would like to apologize.

    • That sounds interesting! I might have to check that out. Thanks for sharing!

  12. Glyde no longer sells video games. They only sell mobile phones, tables, and related electronics.

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    • Thank you for your positive praise! We’re glad you like the blog!

  14. Where can I sell a PAP GAME TA II kids game?

    • You’d just have to check with any of the places you are interested in to see if they would sell it for you. I hope you are able to get it sold.

  15. Do you know whether tradegamesin.com is a legitimate site? I have a large amount of games to send, but have only been able to find 2 reviews for this company on Facebook. Thanks.

    • I don’t know anything about them, actually.

  16. It seems it is a fraudulent company. I did a little research and discovered the BBB has listed the parent company, Vestuma Enterprises, as out of business. The company used to employ 2 people which probably accounted for the 2 reviews posted on Facebook. I had almost 400 games to send! I am so glad I did not send them. They had the best prices on the web! No wonder. They would have likely gotten the games and kept them and not sent a dime. 🙁
    I sent an email to the company but got no response.
    Hopefully your readers are made aware to stay away from this fraudulent company.

    • Thanks for letting us know of your investigation. It sounds like a company to stay away from for sure.

  17. A 60% trade in at Gamestop is false as F. They offered me $9 for Marvel’s Spiderman, and they are gonna turn around and sell it for $37.99 used.

    • First of all, notice in the post is says UP to 60%. That doesn’t mean you will always get that much. Second, there may be reasons why you did not get that much. For instance if the game is currently in low demand. Or, it could be that it is an older game or very used. Any of these factors, and possibly others, could lower the value of your game at trade-in. Also, you always have the option to say, “No thank you,” and just keep it to try and sell it elsewhere. Thank you for your comments.

  18. You’re a bit outdated on at least one of the entries in this list. Glyde does not facilitate the trading of games anymore. They stopped late last year.

    • Thanks for letting us know. The post has been updated accordingly. 🙂

  19. Is this up to date …2019? I’m seeing what was put down for second spin buying newer video games…they don’t buy video games at all…

    • Hi Jay, thanks for the info. I just updated the article to reflect that they no longer buy video games.

  20. is this up to date …2019? im seeing what was put down for second spin buying newer video games…they dont buy video games at all…

  21. oh. that was quick, for some reason it wont allow me to reply back, but so far declutter has the best buy back prices,a few years back i went thru glade or was it glide? i dont think there around any more but im seeing another place called eaglesaver, has anyone heard about them? i left them a message the other day about seeing a pricing list without having to sign up all my info and still havent heard back. has any one went thru declutter on here? im about to have them send me the postage boxes but would like to hear from someone whose went thru them….there scanner doesnt work for crap and i had to hand type over 200 proof of purchase codes and remember that was the reason i went thru that glade co instead of them last time.thanx

  22. The scanner on Decluttr works great for me, but every DVD was priced at .10- .20 except one for $1. I understand DVD’s are a dying breed but 10cents? Bummer too because that scanner was fun and super efficient to use! Lol!

    • You won’t always get a huge amount of money from Decluttr, but it’s a great way to get rid of things you don’t need and all of that money eventually adds up!

  23. I would like to add a page: retroplace.com – a marketplace for videos games that just launched. Still tiny but looks great!

    • Thanks for the suggestion!

  24. Great article!!…What would be the best place for me to sell NCAA 14 on PS3?

    • Check out some of the links in the article for where you can sell your games! Best of luck!

  25. ya, of the 200 games to declutter only 10 were priced over $10 and 180 were $2 or less but i got over $140 for 20 games and got a check 11 days later for exactly what they said, not bad but still got 180 games to see who else will buy them plus all the older games they dont accept,i would have thought theyd be interested in dreamcast,cd,saturn and older nintendos but no

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