Music Magpie! Get £5 FREE + 10% More On Your Total Order - Using My Referral Link

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Hi,

If you are having a clear out of any old DVD's, CD's, Games, Phones, Laptops or Lego as well as many more electronics then you can get 10% more of the value by using my referral link and sending them into Music Magpie plus, not only do you get 10% more on your order value, you also get £5 added to your order just for joining and completing a trade-in.

It's quick and easy, download the app or visit their website on your laptop/pc and simply scan the barcodes or type them in if using a laptop and once completed, pack them into a box and attach the pre-paid postage label to the box and take to your local post office / hermes drop off point (this depends on what you are sending and the weight of your parcel).

Here's my link to receive 10% more on your order --- https://music-magpie.mention-me.com/m/ol/si9ty-jordan-white --- sometimes it may ask you to mention my name at checkout so just state Jordan White.

Any questions, please ask!
 

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Hi,

If you are having a clear out of any old DVD's, CD's, Games, Phones, Laptops or Lego as well as many more electronics then you can get 10% more of the value by using my referral link and sending them into Music Magpie plus, not only do you get 10% more on your order value, you also get £5 added to your order just for joining and completing a trade-in.

It's quick and easy, download the app or visit their website on your laptop/pc and simply scan the barcodes or type them in if using a laptop and once completed, pack them into a box and attach the pre-paid postage label to the box and take to your local post office / hermes drop off point (this depends on what you are sending and the weight of your parcel).

Here's my link to receive 10% more on your order --- https://music-magpie.mention-me.com/m/ol/si9ty-jordan-white --- sometimes it may ask you to mention my name at checkout so just state Jordan White.

Any questions, please ask!
The £5 is probably more than they would give me for my CDs the last time I tried one of these sort of sites lol
 

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The £5 is probably more than they would give me for my CDs the last time I tried one of these sort of sites lol
How long a go was this? I've used them a few times and have been getting £20-£30 for a few dvd's/books and cds, they're not that bad I suppose!
 
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How long a go was this? I've used them a few times and have been getting £20-£30 for a few dvd's/books and cds, they're not that bad I suppose!
Must have been a year or two ago now but I was offering them nothing but CDs lol
 

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Never sell to the middle man. You will always get a much worse of deal. Same with webuyanycar. For just a little bit more effort you can go straight to the end buyer.

Example: Music Magpie will pay you just £2 for COD WW2 on PS4. They have it listed on ebay at £11.90

Just list it on ebay yourself. Even if you only get £10, after postage and fees and you are around £5 better off than the Music magpie offer and that is from just one game.
 

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Never sell to the middle man. You will always get a much worse of deal. Same with webuyanycar. For just a little bit more effort you can go straight to the end buyer.

Example: Music Magpie will pay you just £2 for COD WW2 on PS4. They have it listed on ebay at £11.90

Just list it on ebay yourself. Even if you only get £10, after postage and fees and you are around £5 better off than the Music magpie offer and that is from just one game.
Jesus that game only came out in November 2017!
 

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Wow that's some rapid depreciation. If you;'re a gamer you're probably best off living 2-4 years in the past - get everything cheap before it goes "retro" and the price goes up again...

I have the same experience as Jon - CDs and DVDs get barely anything from them. I sell music on discogs but I have a stack of about 6 CDs which aren't listed as I don't usually bother with anything less than £1. Checked them on MM - 5 they wouldn't take and the other one was 19p. So my chances of getting up to £10 to get the free fiver are very limited!

Edit: I'm a little intrigued as to what Jordan has been selling them!
 

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Wow that's some rapid depreciation. If you;'re a gamer you're probably best off living 2-4 years in the past - get everything cheap before it goes "retro" and the price goes up again...

I have the same experience as Jon - CDs and DVDs get barely anything from them. I sell music on discogs but I have a stack of about 6 CDs which aren't listed as I don't usually bother with anything less than £1. Checked them on MM - 5 they wouldn't take and the other one was 19p. So my chances of getting up to £10 to get the free fiver are very limited!

Edit: I'm a little intrigued as to what Jordan has been selling them!
Hi - I do regular car boots so I have been getting job lots of CD's, DVD's and books from Facebook Marketplace etc and once collected I'll take them home amnd sit through them, scanning them into MM and Ziffit and create 2 piles, which ever pays the most goes to that company. I usually do around 400-500 books, cds and dvds per month and to sit through them take about an hour. Any that only get a 5p offer or below goes back into storage to be sold at car boots - I only send them up when they are worth more than 10p (price they would sell for at a car-boot)
 

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