Quick Answer: How much should I sell my Disney VHS tapes for?

Where can I sell my VHS tapes for the most money?

Where to Sell VHS Tapes

  • eBay. eBay is the king when it comes to selling unwanted items that you don’t think have a re-sale value. …
  • Amazon. If your tapes aren’t going to be worth that much from nostalgia alone, Amazon could work for you instead. …
  • Car Boot Sales. …
  • VHS Facebook Groups.

What is the rarest Disney VHS?

Rare Disney VHS tapes could be worth a small fortune

  • “Robin Hood”
  • “Pinocchio”
  • “Dumbo”
  • “Sword in the Stone”
  • “Alice in Wonderland”
  • “Sleeping Beauty”
  • “Lady and the Tramp”
  • “Cinderella”

What can I do with VHS tapes UK?

VHS Cassette Tapes

  • You can re-use your VHS cassette tapes at Freecycle.
  • Donate them to your nearest charity shop(s), we advise you check with the shop first.

Who takes old VHS?

Drop off old VHS tapes to a Goodwill, Salvation Army or St. Vincent de Paul thrift shop. Donating unwanted items like these tapes extends their lifespans.

How much did VHS tapes cost in the 1990s?

These first VHS tapes were expensive—between $80 and $100 or so. The high price encouraged institutional sales (e.g., to video stores), and pushed individuals to rentals. Only later would affordable tapes become available for retail purchase.

Are VHS tapes recyclable?

The outer cases of VHS, Betamax and audio cassette tapes are indeed plastic, and at least theoretically recyclable. But you can’t just chuck the whole thing into a recycling bin. The inner tape is made of a phthalate-laden form of the plastic polyethylene, often sold under the trade name Mylar, which is not recyclable.

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