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Best XBOX 360 Trade in.

Chiptivo Avatar
7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
Hi Guys
I have a xbox 360 that is on its way out. Towel trick works for a couple of weeks, then errors again.

So I was going to trade it in and get a new one.

I am looking for the best place and prices.

Blockbuster requires ID, and I would rather not give it, so looking at GAME or GAMESTATION.

Any ideas gents.. and the odd lady.
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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#1
my idea is to not be a ****
#2
so someone might buy ur system then after 3 weeks itl break.....thats nice of u
#3
Why dont you buy a new one, whilst yours is getting repaired by microsoft and then trade it in when it comes back?
#4
Ok, To answer your questions.
If people buy a traded in one they get a 12 month warrenty, so that is not a problem. I am not ripping a individual off.
People sell systems like this all the time on the sale threads here, that fail after a few weeks. I understand Game/Gamestation have arrangments with Microsoft for this, so even they are not getting ripped off.
It is out of warrenty so I can not get MS to repair it.
#5
You tried calling them? Known people to get it repaired even outside of warranty.
#6
Squizz
You tried calling them? Known people to get it repaired even outside of warranty.



Hmm It has never been registered, so may give it a go..

It has a E74 one red light (Not three).
#7
Chiptivo
Ok, To answer your questions.
If people buy a traded in one they get a 12 month warrenty, so that is not a problem. I am not ripping a individual off.
People sell systems like this all the time on the sale threads here, that fail after a few weeks. I understand Game/Gamestation have arrangments with Microsoft for this, so even they are not getting ripped off.
It is out of warrenty so I can not get MS to repair it.


so its ok for someone to recieve ur broken xbox because once it breaks all they have to do is go back to the shop and get it fixed (be without an xbox for a month) then get it back........that seems fair......NOT........ im spamming this thread.
#8
I didn't think any of them were out of warranty yet?

quite aside from that, I'm appalled you'd consider doing what you're doing. Merry f***ing christmas!
#9
Chiptivo
Hmm It has never been registered, so may give it a go..

It has a E74 one red light (Not three).


Mine was out of warranty and got an E74 (which usually isn't repaired for free) I set up a repair on xbox.com and said I had suffered 3 red lights.

They sent me a free replacement in a couple of weeks.
#10
acecatcher3
so its ok for someone to recieve ur broken xbox because once it breaks all they have to do is go back to the shop and get it fixed (be without an xbox for a month) then get it back........that seems fair......NOT........ im spamming this thread.


They are replaced on the spot..

Ok, fair enough, I will attempt a MS repair, or sell it as faulty on a sale thread..

Sorry if this offended anyone.. :oops:
#11
I think that the most honest and correct way to deal with this is to advertise your xbox as faulty on some un-named auction website or free ad paper, as a faulty unit describing what the fault is, someone will usually still buy it as spares or repairs, then with the money that you have legitimately made from the sale buy yourself a new one. I mean its not as if they are expensive these days!! :whistling:
#12
Chiptivo;3798977
They are replaced on the spot..

Ok, fair enough, I will attempt a MS repair, or sell it as faulty on a sale thread..

Sorry if this offended anyone.. :oops:


It doesn't matter if they're replaced on the spot or not, the fact some poor unsuspecting punter might have to go through the hassle of returning something they bought because of your slack morals DOES matter.

I'm glad you're going to do the right thing though. best of luck selling it.

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