If you’ve ever wondered about how much your Playstation is worth, you’re not alone. There can be plenty of reasons to sell a Playstation, but the main question people usually ask is where they should sell their Playstation.

The answer is – “it depends”.

Here are the four best places to sell your Playstation based on what’s most important to you, and why we think selling your Playstation to us at Neat Stuff Collectibles is usually the best option for most people.

Option 1: Sell Your Playstation To Neat Stuff Collectibles

Neat Stuff Collectibles is one of the country’s largest buyers and sellers of all sorts of collectibles, including video games and video game consoles. People continually come back to us time and time again when they want to sell a video game or collectible because we pride ourselves on fast, easy, top-dollar and all-cash offers for items we’re interested in buying.

Ready to sell your Playstation to us? Give us a call at 800-326-7064 or fill out our short seller inquiry form and someone will be able to kick this process off for you!

Option 2: Sell Your Playstation on eBay

eBay is one of the largest online marketplaces to buy and sell nearly anything. So naturally you may consider selling your Playstation there. One word of caution that most people underestimate is the amount of time and energy it takes to post and complete a successful listing, from writing descriptions, taking pictures, answering questions from potential buyers and waiting for a good bid. Even after all of that, you’re not guaranteed a sale. And if you are lucky enough to sell, you owe fees so you don’t get to keep all the proceeds.

Option 3: Sell Your Playstation on Facebook Marketplace

Facebook Marketplace is a bit more open than eBay, which comes with a separate list of pros and cons. The pros are that it’s fairly open and there are no fees. The cons are that because it’s a less regulated marketplace, safety in the transaction becomes a concern – both physical safety and financial fraud safety. On top of that, it’s more of a local marketplace rather than worldwide so you’re advertising to a smaller pool of potential buyers.

Option 4: Sell Your Playstation To A Retailer That Accepts Used Consoles

Selling to a used video game retailer is another option for selling your Playstation. The two biggest drawbacks here are that it takes time to drive to the retailer and that they usually offer rock bottom prices. Some retailers prefer to give you store credit instead of cash, which is another drawback depending on where you’re selling. However this could also be the quickest in terms of cash-in-your-pocket if you find the right store, just don’t be expecting a big pay day!

Ready To Sell Your Playstation To Neat Stuff Collectibles?

Give us a call at 800-326-7064 or fill out our brief seller inquiry form today!

Similar Posts