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How to Sell Video Games Online

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Are you tired of having to keep your old video games in neat stacks in your room? Well, you don’t have to worry anymore since you can actually get rid of them and get paid to do it too. The World Wide Web is an open market for absolutely anything, so you can sell your trash which for sure is somebody else’s treasure. And this somebody will be more than glad to take your already unwanted video games off your hands.

Now, to sell video games online, you must first know where you can post your items. The most popular place for selling stuff online is, of course, eBay. You can put your Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas on auction and sell it to the best bidder.

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There is also Amazon, though this site is often overlooked as buyers look somewhere else first. Craigslist is also a good choice though you have to bear with some people who would attempt to make transactions with you. Some of them are just plain crazy. There are still other sites where you can sell video games, and it’s not really hard finding them online.

Most of these online markets will require you to create an account first before selling, like in eBay or Amazon. Don’t worry, and this is for free. Mostly you are asked for your email address as your user ID, and you are advised to create a strong password.

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When your account is set up, please take pictures of the video games you want to sell and upload them on your newly created account. These marketing sites always provide instructions, so you should be able to find your way around. It also helps if you add catchy captions like “Buy this! Really awesome game”.

After all, these are done, then just lay back, relax, and wait for the orders and bids to start pouring in. And oh, while you are relaxing, maybe you should also browse on the site’s terms and conditions so you’ll be guided on your protection as a seller.