Games shops

  Si_L 23:52 12 Jul 08

Which have you found give you the most money for your trade-ins?

  GRIDD 00:25 13 Jul 08

They vary each and every time in my experience best thing to do is call the stores. It saves the awkwardness of going in and them offering peanuts and you (when I say 'you' I mean me, lol) being reluctant to say "no thanks" in front of a shop full of punters.

Another way round it is to drop it in to conversation at work with colleagues that your getting rid of games - a couple of times I've had colleagues offer me a good price for some.

Failing all that there's eBay.

  Spook Tooth 03:29 13 Jul 08

There's this place too click here, though I've personally never used it so don't know if it's any good or not.

  wolfie3000 03:47 16 Jul 08

I find most game shops to be bad when trading in games,

For me i usually just swap games with friends.

I know alot of gamers around the UK and swap games with them,
Also try Ebay or your local paper,
Iv also used forums to swap games, but you have to trust the people and make sure they dont just swipe your game.

Heres an example of a game i swapped on a forum.

click here

  Coltch 09:34 16 Jul 08

Trading in games? - perish the thought.

I still have original c64 and spectrum tapes from the early eighties, I wouldn't think of trading games in - they just get shoved in a cupboard after they have taken up shelf space for too long.

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