How To Go About Consolidating & Selling Your Kids' Video Games
Lots of children have too many video games that are neglected and forgotten, but their hoarding impulses make it difficult to consolidate and clean up their playing spaces.
Every stay-at-home mom knows decluttering children's possessions is never easy, in part because of their sentimental value and in part because children are reluctant to separate from their belongings. Children's rooms are often jammed up with a stockpile of video games that nobody ever plays, and as every parent knows too well, that nobody will ever play again. One of the ways you can consolidate the unused video games is by boxing them up and reintroducing them later to see if the child is interested in playing them. If the child doesn't seem to care, and you are positive you want to get rid of the video games, one of the most worthwhile ways to do so is to sell them online. Selling video games online is a simple and rewarding way to declutter their rooms and get some of that money back you used to buy those video games in the first place. Following these simple steps and tips will help you ease through the process and make some extra money while you're at it.
It’s Pretty Easy
Selling video games Online has never been easier and in many cases it is geared towards stay-at-home moms who are usually the ones to deal with their children's unused or unnecessary items. The first step is to figure out which video games you want to get rid of, but consulting with your child would be a good idea here if you think this might upset them. Although children are not fond of parting from their possessions, once they realize they have no interest in a particular game any more they will not be that upset to see it go. Also, divide your video games by the manufacturer, such as Nintendo or PlayStation, and sort them alphabetically to make the process easier. The second step is to find a reputable place online that buys and sells video games. Make sure you find a trusted company that will transport your product to the buyer and pay you your share of the business deal. You will get a quote and be asked to ship your items to them. You will be paid using one of the methods for doing business online, such as PayPal or a business check. Furthermore, you want to make sure the company has been in business for a long time, and read some of the comments other users of their services have written about them online.
Finding the best website:
The process of Selling Video Games Online is similar on most websites, but there are some differences you should keep in mind. For instance, some websites that buy and sell video games will ask you to enter or scan the barcode of the items you want to sell. You can download an app to enable your iPhone or iPad to scan the barcode. When it comes to receiving payments, you will need to provide your e-mail address if the website uses PayPal or your name and address if they are going to send you a check. Another important thing to mention is that not only can you use the websites for free, but some of them even offer to pay for shipping of your items. You can drop off the video games you want to sell at your local post office, or they can be picked up by a courier, so you don't even have to leave your home.
Maximize Your Cash:
Once you've mastered the initial process of selling your video games, you might want to familiarize yourself with how to maximize your profit. Make sure you check the prices of the items you want to sell online, not necessarily to set the selling price, but to make sure your video game isn't a rare edition. However, in case it is a rare edition, have it appraised by an expert to determine its value. You don't want to sell a $100 video game for $10. Most of the websites have a limit on how many video games you can sell per order, and some even have a minimum amount you have to have in order to use their services. Also, many of the websites you would use to sell your video games also sell other items such as cell phones, iPods, laptops and so on. Use some of these websites to get rid of old electronics and popular items you don't use anymore, like iPods, and declutter your office or basement at the same time.