Im saving up for a les Paul and i need to sell some of my old video games. Should i sell on eBay or something similar or should i sell them to like gamestop? Im just wondering which will give me the most profit.
I always use eBay but I never sell crap so I usually agree with the seller fees. However, music magpie is really great if you want to make easy money. You won't get much but a lot more chance of making a sale than on eBay. To be fair there's about a 20% of making a CD sale on eBay or Amazon. Music magpie is great if you really never intend on listening or playing your old cds or games and want to get rid of things as soon as possible.
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Im saving up for a les Paul.

Why would you even do that
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Craigslist but good luck making any amount of money from old video games.

It really depends on the game. If it's any major franchise like Mario, Pokémon, Final Fantasy, Metal Gear, stuff like that, then you can still get a decent amount of money for it. If it's third party crap, then you might as well use them as a coaster.