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Nintendo Switch Neon at CEX - Trade In for £300.00

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Trade in your Nintendo Switch console for £300 CASH at CEX. Unbelievable deal.
Trade in your Nintendo Switch console for £300 CASH at CEX. Unbelievable deal.
Golazzo1882 Avatar11h, 11m agoFound 11 hours, 11 minutes ago52 Comments
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I'm done with this thread...

I appreciate that Nintendo has its fans, and I don't begrudge them in their purchase. It's their money after all. But the narrative of it being a desired piece of kit, together with what Nintendo are proposing to be its library, is incredibly flawed.

It's a niche item. The fact that the temperature for this post (along with every other Switch deal) has gone FREEZING COLD, should go somewhat in giving some hint as to how desirable the machine (and company's) value proposition truly is...
Yas
prankster101
The PSP and Vita both tried it.. Vita failed miserably. There's a number of reasons as to why people don't want AAA games on the go (which accounts for why the Gameoy, DS and 3DS were popular - but that's an argument for another day). Another fact is that AAA games in today's market cost an absolute ton to make, and the handheld market just isn't big enough to support titles of that calibre - only 10% of overall videogame market. So yeah, you might want AAA games. But the general market perceives there to be little need for such a device. Also, market forces will dictate that you won't be getting many AAA games on the Switch. And as stated previously, there's hardly anyone developing games for it (save Nintendo).
EDIT: Bed time...

You usually make some good points, but you're just plain wrong with this one. The 10% quote has been horribly misinterpreted. 3DS for instance has sold more than PS4. The DS 150+ million units? The market is certainly there.

Will handheld players play AAA titles? Hell, yeah! Just look at BotW game units vs Switch sales. Almost a 1:1 ratio!


3DS has been on the market for how long? PS4 has practically reached that figure in half the time...
electrolite77
prankster101
aibon
prankster101
roloboy
MikeLondon
How is this cold. £300 for something you wasted £275 on.
I don't understand why the cold vote .. people have gone insane
It's because the Nintendo Defence Force don't want their new console to be perceived as a glorified door stop so soon after its launch...
A glorified doorstop that people are willing to pay £350 ? Can you not just accept that people like different things? I love all the current consoles but being able to play such an awesome life changing game anywhere is revolutionary
PSP Go did it first. Actually, Sega Nomad did it even before that...

There's nothing revolutionary about the Switch, but if it fits your narrative, then go ahead...

I'll just look at the lack of third party support, and the cooling sales figures, in order to determine as to whether the Switch is a "Peoples' machine" or not. The lack of AAA releases suggests it isn't...


​(sigh) No, the PSP Go did not try it, nor did the Vita. They were different machines to their counterpart home consoles that required separate game development and purchases. The only vaguely valid comparison there is the Nomad except that was released 7 years after its counterpart home console and within 12 months of two other Sega machines. In reality, not really the same.


What's the counterpoint to the Switch as a "home console"? It's not even in the same park as proper home consoles like XB1 or PS4, doesn't share similar architecture in the slightest, or have the vast majority of games that are coming out on competing consoles for it.

Keep spewing your narrative... Because it's a rebranded NVidia Shield that's vastly overpriced, with little in the way of tech or third party support to justify such an extravagant cost.

At least the PS4 Pro and Scorpion justify their cost by being backwardly compatible. What do Nintendo do, but sell you the very same game (with a few padded extras) for £FIFTY fcukin' quid. LMAO!

Nintendo fans are the absolute worst. Justifying any ol' s**t that the company puts out. Remember the days of the 3DS and when the Vita came out? Yeah, I remember those days, when practically every single Nintendo fan didn't want AAA games on the go. And now look at you people... "Oooh.. We get to play a rebadged Witcher 3 on the go". Actually, if your outdated notion of AAA games is to play Skyrim, a 5 year old game that isn't anywhere near as good as proper HOME console versions, then you really are deluded.

Fact 1: the Wii U was a FLOP with only 13-odd million units sold.

Fact 2: NO-ONE is developing games for your DOA Switch - irrespective of Nintendo's spin, and Switch owners pathetic attempt in justifying their £300 spend. What's that I hear? You need to buy over-priced accessories? Well, make it FOUR HUNDRED pounds then...

Fact 3: if the handheld market is presently so strong, then why has the 3DS struggled to come even HALF WAY in replicating the DS's success? Face it. The market for handhelds just isn't there... But then most people would already know that, save for Nintendo fans, who mostly suffer from arrested development, and who love living in the past.

Yeah, today's kids don't want to play Mario... They want to play GTA, FIFA and CoD. Don't believe me? Check out the sales figures...

Oh yeah... Zelda is such a massive sales hitter. NOT. Why don't you check out sales figures for the last few games in the series to prove me wrong...
Everyone hates, and it's cool to hate, Coldplay, has been for ages... Yet they're still around. Let's not forget this is a forum site where the most vocal and opinionated are generally the most hateful. It's 1 month into the consoles life, no one knows for certain how it do in the long run. This deal is about spending X amount and getting more back quite easily, without losing sight of what the actual post is about. As usual. Hot
prankster101
The PSP and Vita both tried it.. Vita failed miserably. There's a number of reasons as to why people don't want AAA games on the go (which accounts for why the Gameoy, DS and 3DS were popular - but that's an argument for another day). Another fact is that AAA games in today's market cost an absolute ton to make, and the handheld market just isn't big enough to support titles of that calibre - only 10% of overall videogame market. So yeah, you might want AAA games. But the general market perceives there to be little need for such a device. Also, market forces will dictate that you won't be getting many AAA games on the Switch. And as stated previously, there's hardly anyone developing games for it (save Nintendo).
EDIT: Bed time...

You usually make some good points, but you're just plain wrong with this one. The 10% quote has been horribly misinterpreted. 3DS for instance has sold more than PS4. The DS 150+ million units? The market is certainly there.

Will handheld players play AAA titles? Hell, yeah! Just look at BotW game units vs Switch sales. Almost a 1:1 ratio!
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Xenoblade Chronicles X (Wii U) £18.00 in-Store (Preowned) @ CeX (£19.99 Delivered @ Grainger Games)

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I am aware that 3 Smyths stores were selling this for £10 few days ago but I am pretty sure that didn't help many if not any. Anyway, CeX is the best bet if you are looking to buy one (in-store) or Gr…
I am aware that 3 Smyths stores were selling this for £10 few days ago but I am pretty sure that didn't help many if not any. Anyway, CeX is the best bet if you are looking to buy one (in-store) or Gr…
mixmixi Avatar2d, 21h agoFound 2 days, 21 hours ago6 Comments
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If you liked the scale of the new Zelda just wait till you're roaming around this vast alien world in an invincible flying mech suit! Such an epic sci-fi adventure with hundreds of hours of gameplay. One of Wii U's finest.
Marcoos
Heard a lot of good things about this but never tried it, sequel due for the Switch I believe?
So what's this like? Especially curious about combat, is it turn based? Anything it can be compared to?

Kind of but not really. There was a game on the Wii called Xenoblade Chronices. The Switch game is a sequel to that. This one is by the same developer and shares a lot in common gameplay wise but is set in completely different world with different characters.

The combat isn't turn based but it isn't really actiony either. It is very similar to the combat in an MMO. You can move around freely, you automatically do a basic attack when in range and you pick from various skills that are on cooldown timers.
Heard a lot of good things about this but never tried it, sequel due for the Switch I believe?

So what's this like? Especially curious about combat, is it turn based? Anything it can be compared to?
good find! just added...
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I got one from Smyths in Stockton which was sealed, bargain at £10.
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[Pre-barrel rolled] Star Fox Zero Wii U £12.00 @ Cex (Instore / + £2.50 for delivery)

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Fox, Falco, Peppy and Slippy save the Lylat system in this new deep space dogfighting adventure. A unique interface that allows players to experience the game with two different viewpoints within the
Fox, Falco, Peppy and Slippy save the Lylat system in this new deep space dogfighting adventure. A unique interface that allows players to experience the game with two different viewpoints within the
FantasyDeals Avatar4d, 9h agoFound 4 days, 9 hours ago10 Comments
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For a Nintendo title, I'm surprised that this game has dropped so low in price so quickly. I (personally) would never have conceived of the game reaching sub-£15 levels. That's not to say that it's a great game (even though some levels are) but at this price, one really cannot complain.

HEAT for the price - but I'd buy "new" personally.
Very similar price new at smyths toys this week.
So it's cheaper at Grainger Games with FREE delivery (thank you kipi) or for a mere £3 extra you can have a brand spanking copy from Argos (thank you ranja81) what gives?

It would seem that to win over the brain dead amongst us all you need do is inject a little humour into your title!

MM





Edited By: Mire.Mare on Mar 25, 2017 06:32: Edit
controls are rock solid lol
i think the kids and I will like playing this!
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Great Xbox One CEX preowned Gears of war 4 - £12.00, Dishonored 2 - £15, Watch dogs 2 - £18

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Prices have dropped for some great Xbox One games: Gears of war 4 - £12 Dishonored 2 - £15 Watch Dogs 2 - £18 Just Cause 3 - £18 Dead Rising 4 - £20 COD Black ops III - £15 £2.50 p&p or…
Prices have dropped for some great Xbox One games: Gears of war 4 - £12 Dishonored 2 - £15 Watch Dogs 2 - £18 Just Cause 3 - £18 Dead Rising 4 - £20 COD Black ops III - £15 £2.50 p&p or…
mikeazzo Avatar4d, 9h agoFound 4 days, 9 hours ago16 Comments
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zagroo
dudwood_fudwood
zagroo
Why gow is soo cheap? Such a good game
I got bored of Gears real quick. Loved all the previous GoW games as well. I got bored of the same enemies dropping out of the sky. Even playing co-op my friend and I gave up. Does it get any better than the first few hours?
Did you play in horde mode?

I did not. Just tried the campaign.
dudwood_fudwood
zagroo
Why gow is soo cheap? Such a good game
I got bored of Gears real quick. Loved all the previous GoW games as well. I got bored of the same enemies dropping out of the sky. Even playing co-op my friend and I gave up. Does it get any better than the first few hours?

Did you play in horde mode?
MVP88
Is black ops 3 really worth £15?
Hell no.
zagroo
Why gow is soo cheap? Such a good game

I got bored of Gears real quick. Loved all the previous GoW games as well. I got bored of the same enemies dropping out of the sky. Even playing co-op my friend and I gave up. Does it get any better than the first few hours?
Why gow is soo cheap? Such a good game
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Mafia 3 (used) Xbox One - £15.00 @ CeX

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Cheapest I've seen for a physical version of the game. Used but I picked up a perfect boxed copy yesterday. PS4 is at £18 at the minute.
Cheapest I've seen for a physical version of the game. Used but I picked up a perfect boxed copy yesterday. PS4 is at £18 at the minute.
rossackay Avatar5d, 14h agoFound 5 days, 14 hours ago5 Comments
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PS4 version £17.85 for a new one http://deals.simplygames.com/p/mafia-iii-ps4
BuzzDuraband
Grainger Games have price matched it. CEX add £2.50 online for P&P, if you can't get to a store.

Didn't know that! I picked it up in store, but it's worth noting!
Rubbish deal ide rather pay abit more at simply games £18 brand new and uou get some dlc
nice got vouchers at the moment, heat
Grainger Games have price matched it. CEX add £2.50 online for P&P, if you can't get to a store.
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Gears Of War: Ultimate Edition Xbox One Preowned £5.00 instore / online @ CEX (+ £2.50 home delivery)

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Gears Of War: Ultimate Edition The story of “Gears of War” thrusts gamers into a deep and harrowing battle for survival against the Locust Horde, a nightmarish race of creatures that surface from the…
Gears Of War: Ultimate Edition The story of “Gears of War” thrusts gamers into a deep and harrowing battle for survival against the Locust Horde, a nightmarish race of creatures that surface from the…
redcantona Avatar2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago10 Comments
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donbarney
Still waiting for a deal on the pc version, Microsoft are trying to flog it for £50 lol
I assume thats for GOW4. This is for the remaster of the first one, released at around £22 on PC. Rarely seen that drop in price...
Just bought it today from my local CeX... Had been waiting for a reasonable price drop for quite long. I've played 5 hours today already and I've loved it .
Illusionary
slimdavey
That delivery price sucks. Considering how they make on trade ins you would think they would swallow the delivery price.
This should help: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/gears-war-ultimate-edition-xbox-one-4-99-delivered-pre-owned-grainger-games-2633206:)


​Thanks buddy
I can see this being free this year with GWG esp since the original has been free and literally anything remastered also ends up free eventually if original was.
Still waiting for a deal on the pc version, Microsoft are trying to flog it for £50 lol
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Forza Horizon 2 £12.00 instore £14.50 delivered @ CEX

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I understand it's preowend but I still think it's way cheap than anywhere apart from smyths. And they have in stock at many more places. Student computers got them £11.99 delivered. https://www.st…
I understand it's preowend but I still think it's way cheap than anywhere apart from smyths. And they have in stock at many more places. Student computers got them £11.99 delivered. https://www.st…
nihir Avatar2w, 6d agoFound 2 weeks, 6 days ago6 Comments
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They've got it in Smyths in Aylesford.
nihir
m3racer123
nihir
r.simsini
£10 new in Smyths.
Which one?
​This one, but it's out of stock everywhere.
Edit: I thought you meant which forza game!
No I did ask which smyths it's still available.

Blackpool, Edinburgh, Mansfield and Salisbury if you are lucky. Not available for click & collect but showing in stock if that helps anyone.
m3racer123
nihir
r.simsini
£10 new in Smyths.
Which one?
​This one, but it's out of stock everywhere.
Edit: I thought you meant which forza game!
No I did ask which smyths it's still available.
nihir
r.simsini
£10 new in Smyths.
Which one?


​This one, but it's out of stock everywhere.
Edit: I thought you meant which forza game!

Edited By: m3racer123 on Mar 08, 2017 10:56: edit
r.simsini
£10 new in Smyths.
Which one?
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Trauma Center - Second Opinion (Wii) £1.00 used instore (+£2.50 delivery) @ CEX/ £1.99 used delivered from Grainger games

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This is a pretty good price for this wii game and the trauma center games are awesome.
This is a pretty good price for this wii game and the trauma center games are awesome.
Gamerofgames Avatar1m, 3d agoFound 1 month, 3 days ago3 Comments
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Bought this from Game for 49p last year. They're very common, so there's a good chance you might find a copy in your local.
Also worth checking out GAME in store (unbelievably) if you want this. Both Trauma Center Games are in the 3 for 2 deal they've had running for years, and both are £1. Meaning you can pick up both game and another for £2 (depending on what third game you pick). I went with Wii Music. Prices do seem to vary though between the two game stores I have close by.
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Pre-loved Nexus 9 from £105 ( C quality ) or £120.00 (B quality) at CEX

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Nexus 9 from 105 used . Almost 50% off retail. Just ordered mine
Nexus 9 from 105 used . Almost 50% off retail. Just ordered mine
shurleys Avatar1m, 5d agoFound 1 month, 5 days ago7 Comments
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daniq
Warranty 1 year?

Oneday77
daniq
Warranty 1 year?
2 years
Also they could be scratched to bits.
However any form of engraving or personalisation makes them C grade automatically.
I've had pretty brand new Apple devices before but maybe said Best Apprentice reward of something on the back.

Which won't cover the battery.
daniq
Warranty 1 year?
2 years

Also they could be scratched to bits.
However any form of engraving or personalisation makes them C grade automatically.
I've had pretty brand new Apple devices before but maybe said Best Apprentice reward of something on the back.

Edited By: Oneday77 on Feb 21, 2017 12:41
I love my nexus 9 but paid 199.99 brand new a few years back. At this price for second hand scratched no thanks

Edited By: Richdotward on Feb 21, 2017 12:37
Warranty 1 year?
Prosamuraiman
I don't think the devices were 'loved' very much if they're at C quality.
More like over 'loved'...
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Sony MDR ZX770BN Bluetooth Headphones with ANC (Grade B) £55.00 (or £57.50 delivered) @ CEX

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Just spotted these at a great price at CEX (Grade B). They go for more used on Ebay. Nearly double the price brand new. Stores showing stock: Wembley: 1 In Stock Brixton: 1 In Stock Northampto…
Just spotted these at a great price at CEX (Grade B). They go for more used on Ebay. Nearly double the price brand new. Stores showing stock: Wembley: 1 In Stock Brixton: 1 In Stock Northampto…
IWannaBeAdored Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago2 Comments
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How does this work with second hand headphones, from a hygiene point of view?
good earphones... I got mine refurbished direct from Sony for around £65
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Charging dock for new3ds (not new3dsxl) £2.00 used + £2.50 p+p @ Cex

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Well, I know some are unsure about docks and cradles and nintendo do make them as bare bones as possible. But they do serve a purpose and i've used mine since I bought it. Just to reiterate, this s…
Well, I know some are unsure about docks and cradles and nintendo do make them as bare bones as possible. But they do serve a purpose and i've used mine since I bought it. Just to reiterate, this s…
otterboxer Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago2 Comments
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Yuk. The cover plates will be grimey.....
hukd life.
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Entourage Seasons 1-8 DVD pre-owned sets buy individually for a total of £7.50 (DVD's total £5.00 + £2.50 delivery) plus Entourage the Movie DVD £0.50, Blu-Ray £2.50 @ CEX

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Entourage Seasons 1-8 DVD pre-owned sets buy individually for a total of £7.50 (DVD's total £5.00 + £2.50 delivery) @ CEX. Entourage the Movie DVD £0.50, Blu-Ray £2.50. Delivery Cost of £2.50 covers u…
Entourage Seasons 1-8 DVD pre-owned sets buy individually for a total of £7.50 (DVD's total £5.00 + £2.50 delivery) @ CEX. Entourage the Movie DVD £0.50, Blu-Ray £2.50. Delivery Cost of £2.50 covers u…
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Grand Theft Auto IV Complete Edition (GTA 4) - Xbox 360/Xbox One (Preowned) £8.50 Delivered @ CEX

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Announced for Backwards Compatibility today, GTA 4 Complete Edition with Episodes from Liberty City Not a bad price for £8.50 delivered before it jumps up tomorrow being GTA Now, I know the imag…
Announced for Backwards Compatibility today, GTA 4 Complete Edition with Episodes from Liberty City Not a bad price for £8.50 delivered before it jumps up tomorrow being GTA Now, I know the imag…
Maverick_TF Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago16 Comments
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CEX are good to order from when one has only just been announced as BC, when they get wind the next day they up the price like they have done with this, all versions have doubled
Yeah I grabbed LA Noire for £2 a couple of weeks ago, was tempted with the complete edition for £6 but can't justify it lol
CEX are on the ball these days with BC games, i jumped up on Thursday night and grabbed the game and the DLC for £5 each, you got to be quick. lol
And i predeict LA Noire will be here soon as well, so i would grab a copy before that happens, it is ultra cheap at the moment.
Now gone up to double the price, £12 for the game with £2.50 delivery, however still cheaper than Grainger and GAME if anyone is interested
DCFC79
Awesome, thanks for the heads up, not kept up to date with whats been added to the BC list.

Not a problem :)

I get notifications from TrueAchievements to say one of my Games i've played is now Backwards Compatible, also following Major Nelson on Twitter helps too 8)
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Narcos Season 1 Blu Ray pre owned £8.00 instore at CEX

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Great price for those of us without access to netflix.
Great price for those of us without access to netflix.
julhad Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago5 Comments
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Thanks OP, looking to add this to my collection.
mathewphammond
Good price, but can't you sign up to a free month of Netflix and smash both series off for free? Great series though.
Thi Thenor!
Good price, but can't you sign up to a free month of Netflix and smash both series off for free? Great series though.
Amazingly good series. Highly recommend
Great drama, really enjoyed this and series 2.I believe they are doing a new season around the cali cartel.
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BlazBlue Central Fiction (PS3) £12 used instore or £14.50 delivered @ CEX

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This seems to be a good price for this as its about £19+ elsewhere.
This seems to be a good price for this as its about £19+ elsewhere.
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Resident evil 7 £45.00 @ CEX instore

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Cex selling game early as bought today
Cex selling game early as bought today
mclean_stuart21 Avatar2m, 4d agoFound 2 months, 4 days ago35 Comments
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GeordieGaz
KoopaDuckie
£45 for any game is too much, especially with the history of games lately, wait 2 weeks after launch and you could probilaey get it for £25 lol
Yeah I think £40 should be the regular price for ALL games............Have you seen how much Nintendo want for thier games?? £60!!!! I wish they would just drop out of the console race and go 3rd party! Love to have a PS4 version on Zelda and Mario! Would look amazing, unlike how they look at the mo, totally unimpressed with the so called Switch!

"So called"? No. Switch. Nothing 'so called' about it. Besides, the 3DS's launch was relatively poor. Has since gone on to do incredibly well with a strong library of games.
pazuzu17
Game £45, PS4 £200(ish), VR £350, PS Move controllers (pair) £50 (ish). Total price for what is essentially a novelty = cold.

Thats a family hoilday away if you add that up
Marcoos
pazuzu17
Game £45, PS4 £200(ish), VR £350, PS Move controllers (pair) £50 (ish). Total price for what is essentially a novelty = cold.

You don't need VR or Move controllers. So going by your maths, that's £245 for a console and a game, a console which has an excellent established library of games.


​you mean established lidrary of remasters ;)
this is a play anywhere title on xbox/PC so looking to get this digitally, it's good cex sell some games early even if it's at a higher price, I bought batman arkham knight from them a whole 5 days before release but cost me £48
westy90
someone probably got them off back off a lorry and sold em to CEX @ £32 a pop


​no cex do sell new games now and again,sealed too but charge silly money
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Castlevania Lords of Shadow 3DS Used £15.00 @ CeX

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Ok price imo, hard game to find. - Maybe not the best price but it's worth a try even though it doesn't live up to the castlevania games on DS!
Ok price imo, hard game to find. - Maybe not the best price but it's worth a try even though it doesn't live up to the castlevania games on DS!
b1koni Avatar2m, 6d agoFound 2 months, 6 days ago5 Comments
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HEAT for posting some a bit different.
malachi
Its not that hard to find, looking around can be had for around £20. Plenty of sellers on eBay. New for £25, so this is not exactly a rare game. Paid less than £10 for it new myself about 2 years ago.
Also if you search Castlevania Mirror of Fate you get the all the listings :)

meant hard to find at this price but yeah.
Its not that hard to find, looking around can be had for around £20. Plenty of sellers on eBay. New for £25, so this is not exactly a rare game. Paid less than £10 for it new myself about 2 years ago.

Also if you search Castlevania Mirror of Fate you get the all the listings :)
it gets knocked quite a lot and coming after the great ds castlevania games perhaps rightly. But it is a good price + hard to find so heat.
finished this on Steam a few days ago. for fans of the series only, I would say. solid 7 out of 10
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Gotham - Complete Seasons 1-2 DVD Boxset Pre-Owned £12.50 includes £2.50 postage for Home Delivery which covers up to 10 items per order @ CEX on-line (availability in-store shown on item page).

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Gotham - Complete Seasons 1-2 DVD Boxset Pre-Owned £10.00 plus £2.50 postage for Home Delivery @ CEX on-line (availability in-store shown on item page). Postage charge covers up to 10 items so possibl…
Gotham - Complete Seasons 1-2 DVD Boxset Pre-Owned £10.00 plus £2.50 postage for Home Delivery @ CEX on-line (availability in-store shown on item page). Postage charge covers up to 10 items so possibl…
tiggerloveslife Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago5 Comments
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Hot! great deal for this box set, Gotham is a brilliant show. One thing I will say though, CEX pre-owned dvds are usually scratched up, unless you're lucky.
£2.50 postage is a flat rate for postage, but orders are limited to 10 items or less. You can't even put 11 items in your basket.
Heat added very good series particularly the Penguin character.
Silhouette
Didnt know the £2.50 postage was for up to 10 items
I thought it was just a fixed £2.50 per order... Learning new things today :D

Yup £2.50 for up to 10 items rather than per order and they won't let you order more than 10 items at a time but still worth ordering several at a time for the flat rate postage as it's not that high...ehm well in my case 10 at a time convincing myself I'm saving money by spending 25p postage per item rather than £2.50 on one item and conveniently ignoring the extra money I've spent on DVD's/Blu-Rays to make the postage more cost effective...lol..

Edited By: tiggerloveslife on Jan 19, 2017 18:00: typo
Didnt know the £2.50 postage was for up to 10 items

I thought it was just a fixed £2.50 per order... Learning new things today :D

Edited By: Silhouette on Jan 19, 2017 08:36
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Absolutely Fabulous - Absolutely Everything Definitive Edition 11 Disc DVD Boxset Pre-Owned £12.50 includes £2.50 postage for Home Delivery which covers up to 10 items per order @ CEX on-line (availability in-store shown on item page)

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Absolutely Fabulous - Absolutely Everything Definitive Edition 11 Disc DVD Boxset Pre-Owned £10.00 plus £2.50 postage for Home Delivery @ CEX on-line (availability in-store shown on item page). Postag…
Absolutely Fabulous - Absolutely Everything Definitive Edition 11 Disc DVD Boxset Pre-Owned £10.00 plus £2.50 postage for Home Delivery @ CEX on-line (availability in-store shown on item page). Postag…
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Absolutely Fabulous: Absolutely Everything 10-disc pre-owned £7.69 dlvd http://store.musicmagpie.co.uk/products/absolutely-fabulous-absolutely-everyth-dvd
Oh so knew someone would post about the other set and thought about putting a note in the description to clarify that it's a different set....
The one you've posted the link to is a different boxset which was released in 2010, has 10 discs and does not include the Ab Fab at 20 specials....the one I've posted was released in 2014, has 11 discs and does contain the Ab Fab at 20 Specials...
Cheapest price I can find NEW for the grey covered set at the moment is £14.39 @ zoom.co.uk using code SIGNUP10
Cheapest price I can find NEW for the pink covered set at the moment is £19.49 @ Base.com
Admittedly this set (the one with the pink cover I've posted) is now not definitive due to the movie being released last year but no doubt they'll use that as a marketing opportunity to do another Absolutely Fabulous Fabulous Fabulous Definitive, Definitive Complete Collection at some point ;)
Mentioned 10 disc in my earlier post to differentiate between 11-disc OP and to highlight the disproportionate cost of the 11th disc especially as both sets are not true complete works as at end 2016 onwards.
Must admit I went for the one from CEX as the person I was buying it for wanted the pink covered set...really not sure why as they already have the grey covered set...did point out they could just buy the Ab Fab at 20 specials separately but this apparently wasn't good enough as they wanted everything in one set...guess that means they'll be buying a third set some time in the future when they do all the series and specials plus the movie in one box....lol...
Collectors / enthusiasts (obsessors?) often seem content to pay a premium. I suspect the true works including 2016 feature may appear on bluray sometime this year, although I believe most were shot in SD (not that it stopped SD-only Life on Mars series being released on bluray).
I think the one saving grace for them and their obsession is they didn't like the lord of the rings and hobbit trilogies otherwise god knows how many practically identical sets they'd have of those...unfortunately they were (actually still are seeing as they're still very much alive and kicking...lol...) a HUGE Harry Potter Fan and I totally lost count of how many slightly different versions they have of those from the single DVD/Blu-Ray's to the never-ending assortment of "complete" boxsets that were released....
Admittedly I probably shouldn't judge as I'm desperate for E.R. to be released on Blu-Ray and yes I will be totally sucked into buying it despite having bought firstly the video sets, then the individual DVD sets and finally the complete DVD Boxset...I guess we all have our little quirks at the end of the day :p
Time to open the can'o'worms for any AbFab obsessor: the officially approved foreign imposters, available on disc from
a mere £6-ish https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B000063JD8/
to an extortionate £140+ https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01I080EO0/http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0271945/

PMSL...oh lordy no way I'm getting involved in getting that for them...actually I could and say oh I misheard you and thought you said you wanted the special one with the different cover (it's certainly different) rather than the one with the different cover with the last set of specials...lol..

I would of course have to go for the £140+ one just to make sure it was absolutely genuine :p
tiggerloveslife
AndyRoyd
tiggerloveslife
AndyRoyd
tiggerloveslife
AndyRoyd
Absolutely Fabulous: Absolutely Everything 10-disc pre-owned £7.69 dlvd http://store.musicmagpie.co.uk/products/absolutely-fabulous-absolutely-everyth-dvd
Oh so knew someone would post about the other set and thought about putting a note in the description to clarify that it's a different set....
The one you've posted the link to is a different boxset which was released in 2010, has 10 discs and does not include the Ab Fab at 20 specials....the one I've posted was released in 2014, has 11 discs and does contain the Ab Fab at 20 Specials...
Cheapest price I can find NEW for the grey covered set at the moment is £14.39 @ zoom.co.uk using code SIGNUP10
Cheapest price I can find NEW for the pink covered set at the moment is £19.49 @ Base.com
Admittedly this set (the one with the pink cover I've posted) is now not definitive due to the movie being released last year but no doubt they'll use that as a marketing opportunity to do another Absolutely Fabulous Fabulous Fabulous Definitive, Definitive Complete Collection at some point ;)
Mentioned 10 disc in my earlier post to differentiate between 11-disc OP and to highlight the disproportionate cost of the 11th disc especially as both sets are not true complete works as at end 2016 onwards.
Must admit I went for the one from CEX as the person I was buying it for wanted the pink covered set...really not sure why as they already have the grey covered set...did point out they could just buy the Ab Fab at 20 specials separately but this apparently wasn't good enough as they wanted everything in one set...guess that means they'll be buying a third set some time in the future when they do all the series and specials plus the movie in one box....lol...
Collectors / enthusiasts (obsessors?) often seem content to pay a premium. I suspect the true works including 2016 feature may appear on bluray sometime this year, although I believe most were shot in SD (not that it stopped SD-only Life on Mars series being released on bluray).
I think the one saving grace for them and their obsession is they didn't like the lord of the rings and hobbit trilogies otherwise god knows how many practically identical sets they'd have of those...unfortunately they were (actually still are seeing as they're still very much alive and kicking...lol...) a HUGE Harry Potter Fan and I totally lost count of how many slightly different versions they have of those from the single DVD/Blu-Ray's to the never-ending assortment of "complete" boxsets that were released....
Admittedly I probably shouldn't judge as I'm desperate for E.R. to be released on Blu-Ray and yes I will be totally sucked into buying it despite having bought firstly the video sets, then the individual DVD sets and finally the complete DVD Boxset...I guess we all have our little quirks at the end of the day :p
Time to open the can'o'worms for any AbFab obsessor: the officially approved foreign imposters, available on disc from
a mere £6-ish https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B000063JD8/
to an extortionate £140+ https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01I080EO0/
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0271945/
AndyRoyd
tiggerloveslife
AndyRoyd
tiggerloveslife
AndyRoyd
Absolutely Fabulous: Absolutely Everything 10-disc pre-owned £7.69 dlvd http://store.musicmagpie.co.uk/products/absolutely-fabulous-absolutely-everyth-dvd
Oh so knew someone would post about the other set and thought about putting a note in the description to clarify that it's a different set....
The one you've posted the link to is a different boxset which was released in 2010, has 10 discs and does not include the Ab Fab at 20 specials....the one I've posted was released in 2014, has 11 discs and does contain the Ab Fab at 20 Specials...
Cheapest price I can find NEW for the grey covered set at the moment is £14.39 @ zoom.co.uk using code SIGNUP10
Cheapest price I can find NEW for the pink covered set at the moment is £19.49 @ Base.com
Admittedly this set (the one with the pink cover I've posted) is now not definitive due to the movie being released last year but no doubt they'll use that as a marketing opportunity to do another Absolutely Fabulous Fabulous Fabulous Definitive, Definitive Complete Collection at some point ;)
Mentioned 10 disc in my earlier post to differentiate between 11-disc OP and to highlight the disproportionate cost of the 11th disc especially as both sets are not true complete works as at end 2016 onwards.
Must admit I went for the one from CEX as the person I was buying it for wanted the pink covered set...really not sure why as they already have the grey covered set...did point out they could just buy the Ab Fab at 20 specials separately but this apparently wasn't good enough as they wanted everything in one set...guess that means they'll be buying a third set some time in the future when they do all the series and specials plus the movie in one box....lol...
Collectors / enthusiasts (obsessors?) often seem content to pay a premium. I suspect the true works including 2016 feature may appear on bluray sometime this year, although I believe most were shot in SD (not that it stopped SD-only Life on Mars series being released on bluray).

I think the one saving grace for them and their obsession is they didn't like the lord of the rings and hobbit trilogies otherwise god knows how many practically identical sets they'd have of those...unfortunately they were (actually still are seeing as they're still very much alive and kicking...lol...) a HUGE Harry Potter Fan and I totally lost count of how many slightly different versions they have of those from the single DVD/Blu-Ray's to the never-ending assortment of "complete" boxsets that were released....

Admittedly I probably shouldn't judge as I'm desperate for E.R. to be released on Blu-Ray and yes I will be totally sucked into buying it despite having bought firstly the video sets, then the individual DVD sets and finally the complete DVD Boxset...I guess we all have our own little quirks at the end of the day :p

Put it this way I definitely have a major weakness when it comes to a certain orange and black stripey character to the extent that one of my most prized possessions is a signed photo of the guy who was the original voice of Tigger (yes the actual guy not a picture of Tigger signed by the guy who voiced him) which is framed and hangs proudly on my wall despite the fact that nobody has a clue who the randomer is...now that is just sad...lol..

Edited By: tiggerloveslife on Jan 19, 2017 09:55: typo
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AndyRoyd
tiggerloveslife
AndyRoyd
Absolutely Fabulous: Absolutely Everything 10-disc pre-owned £7.69 dlvd http://store.musicmagpie.co.uk/products/absolutely-fabulous-absolutely-everyth-dvd
Oh so knew someone would post about the other set and thought about putting a note in the description to clarify that it's a different set....
The one you've posted the link to is a different boxset which was released in 2010, has 10 discs and does not include the Ab Fab at 20 specials....the one I've posted was released in 2014, has 11 discs and does contain the Ab Fab at 20 Specials...
Cheapest price I can find NEW for the grey covered set at the moment is £14.39 @ zoom.co.uk using code SIGNUP10
Cheapest price I can find NEW for the pink covered set at the moment is £19.49 @ Base.com
Admittedly this set (the one with the pink cover I've posted) is now not definitive due to the movie being released last year but no doubt they'll use that as a marketing opportunity to do another Absolutely Fabulous Fabulous Fabulous Definitive, Definitive Complete Collection at some point ;)
Mentioned 10 disc in my earlier post to differentiate between 11-disc OP and to highlight the disproportionate cost of the 11th disc especially as both sets are not true complete works as at end 2016 onwards.
Must admit I went for the one from CEX as the person I was buying it for wanted the pink covered set...really not sure why as they already have the grey covered set...did point out they could just buy the Ab Fab at 20 specials separately but this apparently wasn't good enough as they wanted everything in one set...guess that means they'll be buying a third set some time in the future when they do all the series and specials plus the movie in one box....lol...
Collectors / enthusiasts (obsessors?) often seem content to pay a premium. I suspect the true works including 2016 feature may appear on bluray sometime this year, although I believe most were shot in SD (not that it stopped SD-only Life on Mars series being released on bluray).
AndyRoyd
tiggerloveslife
AndyRoyd
Absolutely Fabulous: Absolutely Everything 10-disc pre-owned £7.69 dlvd http://store.musicmagpie.co.uk/products/absolutely-fabulous-absolutely-everyth-dvd
Oh so knew someone would post about the other set and thought about putting a note in the description to clarify that it's a different set....
The one you've posted the link to is a different boxset which was released in 2010, has 10 discs and does not include the Ab Fab at 20 specials....the one I've posted was released in 2014, has 11 discs and does contain the Ab Fab at 20 Specials...
Cheapest price I can find NEW for the grey covered set at the moment is £14.39 @ zoom.co.uk using code SIGNUP10
Cheapest price I can find NEW for the pink covered set at the moment is £19.49 @ Base.com
Admittedly this set (the one with the pink cover I've posted) is now not definitive due to the movie being released last year but no doubt they'll use that as a marketing opportunity to do another Absolutely Fabulous Fabulous Fabulous Definitive, Definitive Complete Collection at some point ;)
Mentioned 10 disc in my earlier post to differentiate between 11-disc OP and to highlight the disproportionate cost of the 11th disc especially as both sets are not true complete works as at end 2016 onwards.

Must admit I went for the one from CEX as the person I was buying it for wanted the pink covered set...really not sure why as they already have the grey covered set...did point out they could just buy the Ab Fab at 20 specials separately but this apparently wasn't good enough as they wanted everything in one set...guess that means they'll be buying a third set some time in the future when they do all the series and specials plus the movie in one box....lol...
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Seagate 2.5" 2TB HDD (for your PS4 maybe - potentially £50) - £60.00 @ CeX

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I traded a lot of 'junk' to CEX and thought what can I buy with this voucher? A lot of their items are well past their best but I thought a HDD with a guarantee was a safe bet. The item that arrived w…
I traded a lot of 'junk' to CEX and thought what can I buy with this voucher? A lot of their items are well past their best but I thought a HDD with a guarantee was a safe bet. The item that arrived w…
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I paid £67.50 for a 3TB Toshiba a month ago.
This price for a 2TB is a joke.
COLD
My research lead me to the conclusion that a 2TB was the biggest I could 'safely' swap out the 500GB for!? At least without some big black box thing of an HDD cover? Was this information wrong?
I believe support for larger drives came in System Update 3.5, according to this article:http://www.geek.com/games/ps4-firmware-3-50-quietly-adds-support-for-4tb-hard-drives-1651854/
However, I'm sticking with an upgrade of 2 Tb when I do it
He's talking about the physical size of the drive not the capacity.
As he details 2Tb and 500Gb in the post then I think he does mean capacity rather than physical size.

Because 500GB to 2TB drives are below the maximum thickness of 9.5 mm, drives over 2TB are above the maximum thickness and don't physically fit inside the PS4 correctly (hammer required):)

If you have an original PS4 it's not a problem you just buy a Data Bank

http://nyko.com/products/playstation-4-data-bank

luffydude
Also if you're looking for a HD upgrade and want a 2TB one, get the Seagate FireCuda for a few extra quid.

Thanks for the info, shame it only has 8GB nand so has limitations.


Edited By: 4Real2016 on Jan 19, 2017 15:47: :)
Do not buy or sell stuff at Cex. You can pretty much all the time buy a brand new product for the same price (sometimes cheaper) and you can ALWAYS sell your unwanted games/hardware easily on gumtree/ebay for a much better profit (last month I sold Fifa 17 for £30 where CeX would only give me £18 for it..)

Also if you're looking for a HD upgrade and want a 2TB one, get the Seagate FireCuda for a few extra quid. Not only do you get a warranty intact, you don't need to tamper with the drive like in this case and most importantly besides the huge storage space, you get a pretty good increase in performance when it comes to loading. This is especially awesome for those games where you die a lot and the loading takes a lot of time such as the masterful Bloodborne
kos1c
I'd rather pay £62 new and keep the 500gb as an external storage. I don't trust cex and my local has too many a**holes who work there that make up their own rules as they go along.

I have a hang up about CEX myself - all the stock looks grubby, they buy anything and everything, its for poor people who the banks won't give debit cards too etc etc but I am chuffed with this purchase. In my eyes it was a swap more than a buy - old stuff I didn't use for something I wanted. That is the deal as I see it. I had tried selling the old stuff on Gumtree but got little more than a bunch of silly messaged from silly people offering silly amounts.
noiy
4Real2016
noiy
JumpMan1980
Dan__
I paid £67.50 for a 3TB Toshiba a month ago.
This price for a 2TB is a joke.
COLD
My research lead me to the conclusion that a 2TB was the biggest I could 'safely' swap out the 500GB for!? At least without some big black box thing of an HDD cover? Was this information wrong?
I believe support for larger drives came in System Update 3.5, according to this article:http://www.geek.com/games/ps4-firmware-3-50-quietly-adds-support-for-4tb-hard-drives-1651854/
However, I'm sticking with an upgrade of 2 Tb when I do it
He's talking about the physical size of the drive not the capacity.
As he details 2Tb and 500Gb in the post then I think he does mean capacity rather than physical size.

I meant both capacity and physical size - I read something along the lines of 3TB+ are 12mm (500, 1 and 2TB being 7 or 8mm) and not ideal for PS4 - may result in excess heat and that 3 or 4 or bigger TB capacity causes shutdown issues, something about not being able to use rest mode or safe mode or something or other - decided to only go as high as 2TB.
4Real2016
noiy
JumpMan1980
Dan__
I paid £67.50 for a 3TB Toshiba a month ago.
This price for a 2TB is a joke.
COLD
My research lead me to the conclusion that a 2TB was the biggest I could 'safely' swap out the 500GB for!? At least without some big black box thing of an HDD cover? Was this information wrong?
I believe support for larger drives came in System Update 3.5, according to this article:http://www.geek.com/games/ps4-firmware-3-50-quietly-adds-support-for-4tb-hard-drives-1651854/
However, I'm sticking with an upgrade of 2 Tb when I do it
He's talking about the physical size of the drive not the capacity.

As he details 2Tb and 500Gb in the post then I think he does mean capacity rather than physical size.
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cex logoDiscounts on Second Hand Entertainment Products At CeX Since 1992

CeX (or the Complete Entertainment Exchange) began life in 1992 on London’s Tottenham Court Road. Since then it has expanded rapidly, selling discounted second hand computer games, consoles, DVDs and other items across Europe and the Americas.

Nowadays, you might well be familiar with a CeX store, as there are hundreds of them across the UK. All of them include titles for popular gaming systems like the PS4, iPhone models and plenty of other digital goodies.

However, CeX has also pioneered online second hand entertainment sales. All of CeX’s second hand goods can be searched for on www.uk.webuy.com, where customers can sell their unwanted items as well as buying new ones.

Where to Buy CeX Products

There are 336 CeX stores located all across the UK, so there is a good chance that you live close to a bricks and mortar outlet. To find your nearest CeX store, head to the webuy.com website and use their Store Locator tool. All you need to do is enter your postcode and a map will show the way to stores in your area.

Alternatively, you can buy a massive range of consumer electricals and entertainment products at the firm’s online store.

Product Categories at webuy.com

The CeX online store offers the following major product categories for customers to browse:

  • Gaming – Features consoles like the 3DS, Nintendo DS, GameCube, PlayStation 4, 3 & 2, PS Vita, PSP, Wii, Wii U, Xbox, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. Also includes PCs and a range of retro-gaming systems. Games are on offer for all of the featured systems and the best way to find them is to browse by the console or system that you are interested in.
  • Phones – Includes phones from major manufacturers like Apple, LG, Motorola and Samsung, with smartphones, tablets and basic mobile devices all available. Also includes mobile phone accessories like chargers and cables.
  • Electronics – Features gadgets like Oculus Rift headsets, fitness bands, branded toys and smart watches. Also features cameras, memory cards, video cameras, camera accessories, Sat Nav and GPS units, headphones, iPods and Kindles.
  • Film & TV – Includes both Blu-ray and DVD collections, with films and TV shows divided into genres such as adult, anime, action, martial arts, kids, music, sport, TV & documentary and world cinema.
  • Computing – Features data storage devices, desktops, nettops and all-in-ones, graphics and sound cards, internal memory, laptops, networking peripherals, optical drives, processors, tablets, software packages by Adobe, Apple and Microsoft and accessories like speakers, mice, keyboards, webcams and controllers.
  • Music – Includes CDs divided by genre (such as hip-hop & rap, dance & electronic, rock, R&B and soul and special interest). Also includes music technology like sound systems, speakers, headphones, DJ decks, synths, mixers and MIDI controllers.
  • Vision – Includes Blu-ray players, TV media players like Amazon Fire and Apple TV, accessories like 3D glasses, HDMI cables and digital projectors.
  • Home – Features computers, DVD, gaming products, phones and other items for families to enjoy.

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The CeX online store stocks a huge array of famous brands, with leading names including:

Making a Purchase At the CeX Online Store

All customers shopping at CeX need to sign up for an account when they make their first purchase. Signing up takes about 5 minutes and requires only a few pieces of basic information. You can also opt into email and SMS updates if you want to stay up to date with the firm’s offers.

Sales at CeX

CeX is a discount second-hand retailer and always tries to offer lower prices than firms that sell brand new items. In that sense, CeX operates a permanent sale and all of their products are cheaper than high street retailers. However, shoppers can expect even larger reductions at certain times of year. Check out the CeX HotUKDeals listings pages when Black Friday comes around in November, as well as their New Year.

Selling Items at webuy.com

When you have something electronic in your wardrobe you want to get rid of, there are two ways to do it:

Selling your goods in store:

  1. Clean the item and wipe your personal data before you sell your product.
  2. Go to a CeX store.
  3. The price will be determined once the product has been checked in store.

Selling your goods at webuy.com:

  1. Find and select your item either by browsing through the different categories of the online shop or typing in your sought-after term in the box that says “Start New Search”.
  2. When you find what you are looking for, choose “I want to sell this item”.
  3. Press “Advance to checkout” and you will be guided to the next step.
  4. Login with your existing account or register a new one.
  5. The amount you´ll get for selling your items will be displayed in a listing.
  6. In the next step you choose “How would you like to be paid?”
  7. When you select the CeX voucher as the payment method the amount you get will be higher.
  8. Finish the process by pressing “Sell Now”.

Payment Methods Accepted by CeX

When you shop at CeX, the following payment methods are accepted: VISA, Mastercard (credit and debit cards), PayPal, Bitcoin and CeX vouchers.

Shipping Options from CeX

CeX operates a uniform delivery service, priced at £2.50 per order that can deliver to addresses across the UK.

All orders are despatched using either Royal Mail’s first class service or an express courier firm. Your items should be with you within 5 days of placing the order.

Items over £40 in value require a signature upon delivery, so make sure you are at home when they are due to arrive.

You can also track all orders with CeX. To do so, go to your CeX account at webuy.com, select the “My account” option and then “Order tracking”.

Returning Items to webuy.com

CeX customers are allowed to return any items should they change their mind within 14 days of receiving them. Any items being returned need to be in the same condition they arrived in, without any damage to the packaging. When you return an item to CeX, the firm will refund the initial shipping cost of £2.50.

To make a return to CeX, customers have a number of options:

One way is to take your item(s) to a CeX store nearby. Take along the item and your receipt, and staff will arrange an immediate refund if you are within the 14 day limit.

You can also return any items via post:

CeX offers a freepost service for all returns via Royal Mail.

  1. If you want to take advantage of this service, the first thing to do is to print out the right Returns Label at the website.
  2. Package your items as normal, print your label and stick it onto your package.
  3. When you pack your items, make sure that you include your order number both inside and outside the package.
  4. Now, send your package to:
  • CeX Returns Order [insert your order number here]
    Unit A
    Greycaine House
    21 Greycaine Road
    Watford, WD24 7GP
    United Kingdom

You can also use the Collect+ service to return any items:

  1. To do so, print off a Collect+ label from the website.
  2. Search for your nearest Collect+ pick-up point here.
  3. Package your items and attach the label, then take them to the nearest Collect+ point. Remember to collect a Customer Parcel Receipt when you drop off your items, as this will enable you to track your return.

CeX on Social Media

As you’d expect from an electronic entertainment retailer, CeX has an active online presence, including the following social media channels:

There is also a lively CeX company blog where staff members talk about new releases, retro-gaming memories, store deals and much more besides.

Contacting CeX

If you want to get in touch with CeX regarding a purchase, they can be reached via the firm’s email contact form.

You could also give them a call at 0870 280 2396 (calls cost 13p per minute) or alternatively you might want to contact them in writing at:

CeX Ltd
Unit A
Greycaines House
21 Greycaines Road
Watford
WD24 7GP

If you have any basic questions about how to buy from the CeX website, there is also a useful FAQ section that should provide you with the answers you seek.

Buy Cheap Electronics From the CeX Online Store

CeX is a great place to go for games, consoles, iPhones, tablets – the whole range of entertainment and home electronics. They also offer regular discounts on many items, and you can keep up with them by regularly checking the CeX HotUKDeals listings pages.