Quick Answer: Is there any value in old DVDs?

What can I do with my old DVDs?

Thrift stores often accept DVDs in good condition and profits often go to a good cause. You can also give away your discs on websites like Craigslist or Freecycle. Perhaps someone else will enjoy your movies! Organizations like Operation Showtime and DVDs to The Troops pass on unwanted discs for troops to watch.

What can I do with unwanted DVDs and CDs?

Charity shops often accept CDs and DVDs for re-sale. CDs, DVDs and computer games in good condition can be sometimes be sold on sites like eBay, Music Magpie, Zapper and Ziffit that offer this service. Be aware that some offer free postage while others will charge.

Will DVDs be worth anything in the future?

It is likely that some DVDs will become collectible over the next few years but the majority of them will not be worth collecting. Since there have been millions or billions of DVDs produced they will likely not be scarce anytime in the near future.

What can I do with unwanted CDs?

Give them away on Freecycle, Freegle and ReUseIt recycling groups. Give them to your local charity shop or to a jumble sale in aid of a local organisation. Be aware that many charity shops will only sell CDs that are in visually perfect condition.

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What to do with old CDs without cases?

If your curbside recycling program doesn’t take CDs or cases, your local recycling center might. Can’t find any local solutions? Try getting in touch with GreenDisk or the CD Recycling Center of America. You can mail your materials to either of these recycling centers.