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Topic # 189463 30-Dec-2015 17:27
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Individually on trademe, or in a bulk lot? Or just trade them all for one game at EB? Sell them all with the console?
Selling my xbox 360 and want to figure out the best way to sell the games and accessories too.




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  Reply # 1459435 31-Dec-2015 10:20
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Either way you won't get much, so choose whichever way.
Maybe sell the top games individually and the rest as $1 reserve (or trade-in at EB if you can't be bothered).

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You could probably sell the accessories individually. Not sure what you have but again, won't be worth much generally (unless there is some special one eg Rock Star instruments go for a bit)

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1459545 31-Dec-2015 15:08
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Cool, thanks. I think that is going to be the way to go. Saves a lot of pain having 20 different people buying bits and needing to sort out shipping/pick up too.
*EDIT* Dollar reserved the lot on Trademe.




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  Reply # 1459567 31-Dec-2015 16:06
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List them here first, since that way people can easier pick and choose from a big list and you can ship together, whereas trademe you run the risk of everything going to a different buyer so you spend all day packing only to get a few bucks.




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