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Topic # 128589 15-Aug-2013 17:31
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I'm considering selling all my DVD's as a bulk sale - not separating anything just selling someone an instant DVD collection.

It's all in good nick, and a random collection of blockbuster/arthouse/classic films.  

There's around 100 that I want to get rid of so I'm curious what people think is a fair price for the lot?

Any ideas?

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  Reply # 878975 15-Aug-2013 17:31
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you.




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  Reply # 879077 15-Aug-2013 19:28
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Could you provide a list of the titles? That way people will have a better idea of what you got.




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  Reply # 879104 15-Aug-2013 19:52
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DarthKermit: Could you provide a list of the titles? That way people will have a better idea of what you got.


Not yet no, have to dig the box out of storage and see what I've got.  But it's a good mix like I said, blockbusters/classics/independents. Some TV shows as well as the majority movies.

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  Reply # 879110 15-Aug-2013 20:04
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Last time we sold some on TM they averaged around $5 each. So my guess is around the $500 mark depending on what they are. Unless a bargain I personally wouldn't buy DVD's now. BR only.




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  Reply # 879127 15-Aug-2013 20:45
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If individuals go for 5 bucks each, then you will be lucky to get 200-300 for the lot, since very unlikely that anybody will want all of them.



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  Reply # 879132 15-Aug-2013 20:51
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Yeah so based on that I figure I'll make it about $250 for the lot and then people can pick/choose what they want to keep. I just can't be bothered with selling them all individually. And like scuwp suggested, I don't really have much interest in DVD myself anymore so whatever I get is better than them sitting in the cupboard for the rest of their days.

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