This news isn’t too surprising, as Amazon is adding new products to its Trade-In Program constantly, but the addition certainly makes Amazon’s program a bit more complete. Also, it’s good to see that the giant is taking in feedback.
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Only back in April, Amazon began accepting CDs, and at the time we found that the trade-in titles are actually only sold to third-party merchants, and are not listed by Amazon directly on the site; “at the moment, Amazon does not resell used CDs, though a variety of used and like new offerings are available through [its] marketplace,” the company told us.
Amazon’s Trade-In Program is simple, offers competitive values and has extensive selection. The process is easy—just visit www.amazon.com/tradein, and search for the items you’d like to trade in. AnAmazon.com Gift Card will be deposited into your account upon receipt of the items. Customers can trade-in their CDs, movies, textbooks, video games, laptops, netbooks and other electronics all in one place, even in one box! Plus, the Amazon Trade-In Program provides customers the convenience of free shipping and transparent, simple condition descriptions.
It’s a pretty cut and dry case here, but as Amazon rolls out to offering trade-ins for more and more items, revenue from this program alone could grow pretty high — as customers look to get rid of their unused things without going through the trouble of selling them on eBay.
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