What's a Good Way to Get Rid Of Some Unwanted CD's?

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  1. SamIchi macrumors 68030

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    Besides Ebay? I'm not lookin for much, I just want to get rid of them. Any suggestions?
     
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    Donate them to Goodwill or some other charity...
     
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    Are you by any chance into skeet shooting?

    I don't know, I usually ask friends and family if they want to make some trades before anything else.
     
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  8. SamIchi thread starter macrumors 68030

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    I would, but I'm sure someone would like them. The trash would be just a waste. I want to find some used cds too.
     
  9. Err macrumors member

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    lots of music stores will buy used CD's off you, We have a few where I live, I think even Media Play buys used CD's... Your not going to get much, but for every few you trade in you could pick up another new CD...
     
  10. notjustjay macrumors 603

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    I have a wall in my room that is slowly beginning to be covered by AOL CD's (and other similar junk CD's).

    I just tape them up with two-sided foam tape. Makes a nice wallpaper.
     
  11. Super20 macrumors regular

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    We have dozens of places around here (including EB Games) that will buy used cds. Some will give you cash, some may give you a better deal in credit. I believe some places online are cdtradespot.com and cashforcds.com. I think that's how you spell them. If you do a search, you can probably find them if those address are wrong.
     
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  13. Cinch macrumors 6502

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    Save them

    Who knows someday they'll be worth something. On par with vinyl? I think there is always a vintage crowd out there and in the future too. I hope you don't have to wait until you are old and gray before you see your CDs appreciate in value (sentimental and monetary).

    Imagine 200 years from now on the Antique Road Show (PBS), your great-great-grandchild is astonished to hear the value of your CD collection! :D

    Just joking,
    Cinch
     
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    All my AOL cd's make excellent beer coasters....

    so would my wife's country ones if she'd let me get my hands on 'em. :rolleyes:
     
  17. neildmitchell macrumors 6502a

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    Rip them, then sell them at a new and used CD store.
    In the Bay Area, try Rasputan.
     
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  19. SamIchi thread starter macrumors 68030

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    I'm just cleanin up my music collection. I'll probably use one of those trade in sites, or goto my local music place, thanks guys.
     

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