There are many different venues to sell your unwanted used CDs, either for trade-in value or straight cash. These sales can be done online or in any number of retail stores.
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Retail stores will also often buy used CDs to resell. FYE usually pays between 60p to £2 per CD. Local stores, such as Bullmoose Music will give more for store credit, allowing the seller to obtain discounted new media.
eBay and Craigslist are great resources to sell used CDs, especially in bulk to reduce organising hassle and shipping costs. Rare albums may fetch much higher prices on these sites than in retail stores.
Once you sell an album, however, it is no longer yours and should not still be in your possession in another form, like on your computer or on a copied CD.
Selling used CDs benefits everyone involved as it makes money for the seller as well as the stores you sell them to. It also allows artists to gain more exposure through a second owner.
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