Music Magpie the United Kingdom’s biggest site for people looking to earn cash from their old CDs, DVDs and games have recently launched new scanning software so users can turn their webcams into a bar-code scanner.

Rather than typing each barcode in manually users of Music Magpie can simply download and install the new software then use their webcams to quickly scan each item that they want to sell. Using webcams to scan items is expected to significantly speed up the process especially if users have a lot of items to sell. Read the rest of this entry »

December 9th, 2011

by Stephen Roper

A brand new site has recently been launched called Trade Your Games which allows users to sell their unwanted console games, consoles and Blu-Rays for cash payments. Although this has been done before on other sites including Music Magpie, the thing that makes Trade Your Games unique is that it is the only place in the UK where users can sell games for credit to buy games off the same website just like the model that is used on the high street. Read the rest of this entry »

December 8th, 2011

by Stephen Roper

Popular CD, DVD and video game trade in site, Music Magpie has recently announced that they will be adding e-Vouchers to their payment methods of cheque or charity donation.

With Christmas just around the corner now is a great time to dig out your unwanted CDs, DVDs and console games and sell them for online to get some extra money. Read the rest of this entry »

December 2nd, 2011

by Stephen Roper

MusicMagpie - Sell CDs, DVDs & Games for Cash

Music Magpie, the UK’s best site for selling old games, CDs and DVDs has recently launched a brand new cash for schools service.

The new service comes after a number of requests from schools wanting a quick and easy way to use the recycling service. It will allow both primary and secondary schools to sell their old and unwanted CDs and DVDS for cash payments which can be used for future projects and extra curricular activities. Read the rest of this entry »

November 16th, 2011

by Stephen Roper

Although Christmas brings fun and joy for all, the festive season is not great news for the environment. The following statistics show why Christmas is bad for the environment:

  • Royal Mail delivers over 150 million cards and 1 billion end up rotting away at landfill
  • 83 square kilometres of wrapping paper will be thrown in the bin Read the rest of this entry »
November 15th, 2011

by Stephen Roper