I think you can stil sell VHS on e-bay. Its worth a try anyway. Also do a google search to see what other places might take them.I have Buffy & Angel on VHS and am not sure what to do with them, I just cannot bring myself to just throw them away, I would much prefer someone to enjoy them! Any ideas on the best place for them? TIA
Most don't but you can still buy them. I've got a friend who's just sold some of his Punk vinyl recently at £100 per shot and you should see the price of things like "Vintage" Playmobile. The Western Fort's £250 - I gave my kids' fort away! He-Man and Battle Cat is £150...£100 for a large Boglin...£1300 for Optimus Prime Transformer... Aargh...I daren't look anymore!I'm not sure many people have a video player anymore?
I have to agree with this one.... It's worth saving, stick em in the loft and forget about them for a while. Worse case you might get a tenner on ebay.Stuff 'em under the sofa - what goes around comes around. Some VHS (Disney for example) are quite collectible now...I don't think they were ever as popular as DVDs because they were relatively expensive and there was a good rental market. I say this as someone who got rid of all her vinyl (inc Bowie and Kate Bush first presses). My kids hate me for it.