|Walt Disney’s Cinderella: Special Edition||$40|
|Walt Disney’s Aladdin: Platinum Edition||$38|
|Drop Dead Fred||$35|
Are Disney DVDs worth anything?
The Disney DVDs do have some value but they are certainly less valuable than their original sales price and their value will likely continue to drop over the next few years.
What is the rarest Disney VHS?
Rare Disney VHS tapes could be worth a small fortune
- “Robin Hood”
- “Sword in the Stone”
- “Alice in Wonderland”
- “Sleeping Beauty”
- “Lady and the Tramp”
How much do pawn shops pay for DVDs?
DVDs and Blu-rays typically sell for between $. 50 and $2 each.
Are DVDs worth keeping?
In most cases, top dollar for an individual DVD is around $100. However, DVD box sets and promotional packaging can command even more. That said, most used DVDs are worth between $2 and $20, and many sell for around $5.
The most valuable DVDs.
|Drop Dead Fred||$35|
What can I do with old DVDs?
Recycle. Yes, you can recycle your old DVDs! DVDs are no longer accepted in your household recycling bins, however, they are accepted at most recycling centres. Both the disks and the plastic jewel cases from disks are 100% recyclable but it’s best to check with your local council first.
What can you do with old Disney DVDs?
What to do if you have old Disney DVDs?
- Check other sellers to compare prices.
- Take a look at eBay or other auction sites to look at prices and condition of other similar DVDs.
- Check condition, was it authentic? …
- If you know it’s mint condition try a collectors’ website.
Will DVDs ever collectible?
Collectors may begin to buy up the more rare DVD releases but most DVDs were not rare at all and are unlikely to become a collectors item. In another 50-60 years DVDs might begin to become collectable but even then they will not likely be very valuable just like 8 track tapes are not very valuable to us today.
Where can I sell old VHS tapes?
Amazon – This retail giant allows you to sell used movies of any format, but their VHS marketplace is especially hot at the moment. We’re talking make-you-want-to-go-out-and-buy-more-VHS-tapes-to-sell hot.
Will DVDs become obsolete?
DVDs and Blu-ray discs will be replaced by streaming services. Consumers head to streaming services to watch movies, and the addition of Disney+ to the mix will only make DVDs and Blu-Ray discs even less of a necessity.