Doesn't everyone have a huge stack of CD's sitting around? You don't want to throw them away, of course — I mean they must be worth something, right? But who will pay for your old discs?
Amazon, that's who!
The web's largest mega-retailer has just launched a new music trade-in program similar to the one it launched several months ago for video games. Using the company's all-new music trading portal you can check the value of your unwanted CDs, with different amounts offered depending on the condition of the disc, case, and included artwork. You can then choose to trade them in for Amazon store credit which can be spent on, well, pretty much anything.
1. Search for CDs to trade in. Your trade-in items must meet the product eligibility criteria.
2. Print a shipping label and packing slip, package your items, and ship them for FREE.
3. An Amazon.com Gift Card will be deposited into your account upon receipt of items.
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- This was posted by Catherine on April 13, 2012 -
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