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Where can i donate some of my older games?

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Where can I donate all my old games, as opposed to throwing them in the bin. Read More
thecoolguy Avatar
9m, 3w agoPosted 9 months, 3 weeks ago
Where can I donate all my old games, as opposed to throwing them in the bin.
thecoolguy Avatar
9m, 3w agoPosted 9 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
Charity shop
#2
What are the games? :)
#3
Which games do you have? I could possibly take some off your hands
#4
ps2 games lol.
#5
As above why dont you list them here and just ask for cost of postage? Im sure there will be some who will be interested?
#6
I will buy any GameCube games from you mate.
#7
hvc123xo
Charity shop

+1
#8
Your local charity shop would take them, I'm sure, but equally I'm sure that you'd find takers for a bundle of games posted here or similar.
#9
If you want t do something for charity id sell them and donate the money. Ul get more for them than charity shop will
#10
Charity shop is your best bet. Or, lob them on eBay if they are in good condition (not scratched, boxed e.t.c) and give the money to charity. All you'll get on here are vultures.

Most ps2 games aren't worth too much, so they may do better in a charity shop. Gamecube games hold their value rather well, so it's worth selling them on yourself.
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stevemc2019 I can only guess you took a wrong turn somewhere and mistook thecoolguy's 'Ask' thread for your own 'FS' thread. I've deleted all your comments and if you are looking to sell you need to start your own thread in FS.
#12
Illusionary
Your local charity shop would take them, I'm sure, but equally I'm sure that you'd find takers for a bundle of games posted here or similar.

bagelsaurus
Charity shop is your best bet. Or, lob them on eBay if they are in good condition (not scratched, boxed e.t.c) and give the money to charity. All you'll get on here are vultures.
Most ps2 games aren't worth too much, so they may do better in a charity shop. Gamecube games hold their value rather well, so it's worth selling them on yourself.

Thanks I'll drop it off to my local charity shop
#13
thecoolguy
Illusionary
Your local charity shop would take them, I'm sure, but equally I'm sure that you'd find takers for a bundle of games posted here or similar.

bagelsaurus
Charity shop is your best bet. Or, lob them on eBay if they are in good condition (not scratched, boxed e.t.c) and give the money to charity. All you'll get on here are vultures.
Most ps2 games aren't worth too much, so they may do better in a charity shop. Gamecube games hold their value rather well, so it's worth selling them on yourself.

Thanks I'll drop it off to my local charity shop


How many you got. If its a big bundle sell them for a few quid and drop the money off. Itll b far easier for you to sell them on gumtree than for the shop to sell. We he 3 local charity shops and same games sit there for months lol
#14
i buy ps2 and wii games from charity shops then take them to trade in at cex for credit. always make a profit my best one recently was a copy of wii party bought for 99p and traded for a £6 voucher.
#15
Depending if its rare up them up on.ebay.
#16
One other thought, though whether it's worthwhile depends on their valuation, is that CeX offer to make their payment for any games traded in with them out to a selected charity, if requested. They'll bump up their payout by 10% if you donate all of their payment.

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