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Minecraft Ps3 - Buy for £12.99 sell for £14 (voucher) @ Cex
Minecraft Ps3 - Buy for  £12.99 sell for £14 (voucher) @ Cex

Minecraft Ps3 - Buy for £12.99 sell for £14 (voucher) @ Cex

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CeX are offering £14 Voucher for Minecraft on PS3 - which can be bought for only £12.99 from Argos or Amazon.
You're therefore actually making a PROFIT on selling an item second hand!

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Seriously have you seen the queues in argos this time of year. Why oh why! Face palm done.

And you're exchanging £13 *cash* for a £14 *voucher*... no thanks.

Waste an hour to make £1 "profit" to spend in CEX store only.


Really? I mean, really?

Your not really making a profit because CEX prices are inflated.

Original Poster

The point is not to make a profit. I don't envisage people getting rich and retiring early on this. Rather, you can buy a good game, play it for a while and then still get your money back when you've had enough (assuming the prices still hold).

Gennip

The point is not to make a profit. I don't envisage people getting rich … The point is not to make a profit. I don't envisage people getting rich and retiring early on this. Rather, you can buy a good game, play it for a while and then still get your money back when you've had enough (assuming the prices still hold).



That's where you will become unstuck .... Never assume prices on console games will stay the same , their value almost always diminishes right before your eyes.
You say that the point is not to make a profit and yet your post suggests otherwise , using capitals for the word 'PROFIT' for added effect , Lol

I don't think anyone in the right mind would buy CEX vouchers for even 10% under their face value as the prices in their are extortionate (usually 20-30% higher than they are elsewhere)
Edited by: "rooney10" 4th Dec 2014

seriously?

There are much much better cex deals. As soon as they are posted on forums the price goes down over night. Trust me, this has happened many times. Thanks for sharing, but keep looking, you'll find better!

Or you could buy Resident Evil Revelations from amazon or tesco for £6.25 and sell to cex for £10.00 credit,

Loads more better deals then this,

3rd worst 'deal' I've seen this year.

Not to mention, half the stuff in CEX is probably stolen goods traded in by crack heads!

MartyMcFry

3rd worst 'deal' I've seen this year.


intrigued what's top 2?

There are some 'deals' so bad I click on them anyway, purely out of some bizarre desire to see just how bad the comments are going to be. I only wish I had some popcorn...

I've brought the popcorn... a hot water bottle AND a blanket.. its going to get chilly in here

Original Poster

And for my next act...oh, never mind.

Gennip

The point is not to make a profit. I don't envisage people getting rich … The point is not to make a profit. I don't envisage people getting rich and retiring early on this. Rather, you can buy a good game, play it for a while and then still get your money back when you've had enough (assuming the prices still hold).



In the context you in your OP, it looks like you was posting the deal as buying the game for £12.99 to sell to CEX for a £14 voucher. Exactly what you have written in this comment assuming the prices still hold, they get a few in stock and the value will drop.
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