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10-23-2013 03:10 PM
DEF worth listing! I just made $71.00 on an old vcr tape....because the collector wanted the BOX!!
I listed over 100 horror tapes, and not all went, but many did. It's worth a try on eBay! That is the best place to find out their worth.
THEN you can take the left-overs to the thrift store.
11-20-2013 12:20 AM
I still have my original collection of VHS tapes. It started at 5000. Over the years, I sold the rarer, out of print tapes on Ebay. But there are still thousands left. So I took an ad out in Craigslist offering to sell them at 1.00 each. I have had 3 sellers come by to cherry pick this month. I sold about 100 tapes. Not great, but a lot better than putting them in a landfill. The interesting thing is that all 3 customers were young - I'd say around 20-25 years old. It was cool and gratifying to see them have an interest in old movies.
I didn't even know how they could have even known about these movies!
The best genre is Horror. Horror always sells - especially if you are lucky to have a rare title. OOP wrestling tapes sell well. There are hundreds of Restricted movies that haven't been released on DVD which sell. The Children genre, especially Disney, will still sell ok.
Here is my genre ranking:
01-01-2014 05:46 PM
ebay seller Treasures by Brenda has written an excellent guide to this. http://treasures-by-brenda.squidoo.com/rareVHStape
As far as whether something is "worth listing" my thinking is that if it is free for you to get or just something you have lying around - why not? If you make a sale, and do not lose money on postage - you will bring traffic to your store. And maybe make a few bucks.
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