#sponsored Music Magpie Review


#Sponsored Music Magpie is a wonderful new service where you can send in your CDs, DVDs, and games for cash in return! I’m sure we all have unwanted CDs, DVDs, and games that are just setting around collecting dust, so this is a great way to get cash with no hassle. Sell DVDs online? Sure, I’m in. The best part is, you don’t even have to pay to ship them!

Here’s how Music Magpie works:
1- Go to their website Music Magpie.
2- Enter the barcode number from your DVD, CD, or game on the main page.
3- Get Value of your DVD, CD, or game.
4- Enter a minimum of 10 items, but as many as 500 items.
5- Claim your paid shipping label, for free.
6- Put your items in the box, attach shipping label, and ship.
7-You receive a check for your stuff!

That’s so simple right? You can also do more than one transaction, so while the maximum limit per order is 500, you can do that as many times as you want!

The other cool feature about this site is there’s an app for your android or iPhone, then all you have to do is scan each item. You can also edit your details and check the status of your order.

The convenience of this service is great, you don’t even have to leave your house if you don’t want to. You’re asking how, since you have to ship the items right? Well they offer either UPS or USPS, which USPS you can schedule them to pick it up right from your front door. If you choose UPS you can have them pick it up to, or if you’re out running an errand, you can just drop it off at a UPS location or a UPS drop box. Just remember when packing your items, no more than 200 items per box, and don’t forget, Music Magpie pays for the shipping! Which means no extra hidden costs for you.

This is such a convenient service, I’m going to be using it myself and telling my friends about it. There’s nothing better than getting paid for your unused CDs, DVDs, and games in cash!

Disclosure: I was compensated for this post, but all opinions are 100% my own. This review is 100% my own words and is original content written by me.


  1. Kristin Welch says:

    Thanks for the info! We have a TON of unwanted Cds and DVDs that we want to get rid of! Will keep this in mind!!

  2. This is a great thing to be able to do. I usually just give my old ones away to someone else to use. And they even pay for the shipping – now you cant beat that.Thanks for the information I will pass it on to my friends too.

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