Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post, meaning I was financially compensated for posting the following.
Now that there are lots of services that make streaming, downloading or renting CD’s, DVD’s and Games it just doesn’t make a ton of sense to have a huge amount of clutter when it comes to these items. With Music Magpie you can make cash on your clutter instead of just having old unused items take up space.
I know that here we have many Wii and PS2 games that no one plays anymore, as well as DVD’s that haven’t been touched in years! Heck we even have a couple of DVD’s that we bought the kids that they never ended up watching. To the point that some are still wrapped up in their plastic! Yep, we just have some useless items sitting here on the game/dvd shelf and it drives me nuts.
So what do you do?
Well you can just try and give them away, donate them, or I suppose even see if a pawnshop will give you anything for them… But really, why not try and make a little more than what a pawnshop will give you?
Music Magpie is FREE to use and even shipping your items to them is free! All you do is enter the bar codes of the items on their site, or use your webcam as a bar code scanner, and check the value of the item(s) you want to get rid of. Music Magpie can either send you a free shipping label via email or regular mail, which you then attach to your package before sending it out.
It’s that simple! Enter bar code, find the value, get your shipping label, apply to box and send. From there Music Magpie will get your items and pay you for your entertainment clutter!
Music Magpie is quick, easy and free. They even have a free Magpie application to your iPhone or iPad and start scanning the bar codes of your things and get their value in an instant!
I plan on having the kids go through the games and DVD’s this afternoon to see what they just want to let go, that way we have room for things they’ll actually use.
Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post, however after finding out about this services I am excited to use it.
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