What Can You Do with Unwanted CD's, DVD's & Video Games?

Most of us find ourselves with extra "stuff" laying around the house or maybe you are like myself and box and bag everything and stack it in the basement or in a closet or corner of a room. What to do with all this unwanted "stuff"? Donate, throw out or how about make some quick cash? I see tons of people turning to the internet to get rid of their old items and make some extra cash, and why not? You likely spent tons of money on obtaining all these great items.

musicMagpie is a great to sell my stuff online and makes selling unwanted CD's, DVD's and video games super simple. I know you likely have tons of items that you can easily part with and make extra cash for vacations, presents, that new computer or phone. We have a couple funds we have been saving for, my newest fund is for a MacBook Air.

Head over to their website and you can get started right away. It is free to sell your stuff on musicMagpie and super easy. If you are a resident of the US here is how you can get started. Enter the bar codes either manually or by using your web camera. When the bar codes are enter you will see an estimate of how much you could get for each item (CD's, DVD's and video games). Shipping is also free! Can't get better than that. You can send in a maximum of 200 in one box. Attach the shipping label that you will receive by email and drop your box off in the mail box or office depending on size.
When your items arrive at the office they will go through a Quality Assessment and then you can expect a check in the mail shortly.

Do you have an iPhone or Android? There is a quicker way to scan each item with their App! It is free to download and use and you can get started right away. Sort, scan, print, mail and earn cash!

Start making money with your unwanted things today.      

~*Disclaimer: This post was written by Genuine Jenn. All opinions are honest and my own.*~


  1. Too bad this is just for US - what a great idea!

    1. Anonymous1:29 PM

      I am hoping they open this up to Canada soon. It would be a great idea. If I see one for Canada I will be sure to post.


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