We recently decided it was time to stop storing boxes of CDs we rarely used. After ripping our collection to our new computer, we sold many of the discs to Spun.com. Spun makes it easy to sell your unwanted discs online and receive payment in the form of a store credit, through PayPal, or even a check (when the amount exceeds $10)...
By entering the UPC code from each CD, Spun.com shows you what they'll pay for your disc (our collection averaged at over $2 per disc with one selling for only $0.10 and a few going for close to $4.) and they'll
even provide a shipping label if you're selling more than three discs at a time. While we're keeping our extensive collection of Pulp singles and Bjork remixes on disc, it's wonderful to have the shelf space back that was occupied by almost sixty CDs! In addition to compact discs, Spun will also buy your unwanted video games and dvd movies. What other web-based services do ATers use for unwanted media?
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