I have roughly 400 DVDs just sitting around in boxes and plastic bins. I never pull out a DVD to watch it anymore since I have Netflix. There must be about 5-10 years of dust on these things. This prompted me to sell them online. Found a nice no-hassle website that pays for shipping too. Visit Zumu.co (not a typo, its .co) to sell your DVDs, CDs, and video games online. Just simply put in the barcode and it’s that easy. I sold 83 DVDs for $41. Printed out the label, shipped it off this morning, now I just sit back and wait for the check. Not bad considering most of these DVDs were at least 10 years old if not more. I highly recommend this if you are like me with a bunch of DVDs lying around that you’ll never watch again. Why not get some cash in your pocket for them.
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