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Whether you're selling a Blu-ray, DVD, HD DVD or your most-binged boxset, the first thing to do is check that the correct disc is in the correct box. Following this, make a note of any signs of scratches or marks and also any wear and tear on the box. Ensure that you provide potential buyers with as much information as possible, like the release date and whether your copy features any bonus discs or features like deleted scenes, outtakes, behind-the-scenes footage and sing-along extras.
Search for the DVD on eBay and see how other sellers are valuing theirs.
If you have a specific price in mind for your DVD, you may want to choose the fixed-price listing option over an auction-style listing. You never know though: an auction listing could fetch more than your original estimate, so experiment with your listings and see which method is more successful.
Once you have provided the item description, you will see a recommended price, which can be a good indication of how much your DVDs are worth.
Here are a few pointers for a successful sale:
Write a detailed and accurate item description.
Take clear photos of your item, its contents and original packaging.
Price your item competitively and offer free delivery if possible.
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