My son has a lot of games and when he is done we have a couple of options. One is Game Stop will buy back games or give credit for future games purchased. http://www.gamestop.com/gs/specialty/tradeins/
Toys R Us will buy used games and give you a gift card that you can use anywhere in the store. http://www.toysrus.com/shop/index.jsp?categoryId=3088666
Target now has a Kiosk where they sell, Cell phones, and they will take in games and give you a gift card for electronics, but the drawback is the card has to be used that day to buy something.
The last option is to put an Ad on Craig's list and sell the games individually or in a bundle.
My son will trade for credit for new games coming out at Game Stop, or Toys R Us for credit to purchase new games or accessories. Happy Holidays! Joan
Yes, I've been to Game Stop, but they pay pennies on the dollar. Craigslist, I've done that as well, but not too successful and I don't like meeting people at pubic spots for such a small sale item. Where have you seen, on the average, as i know it all depends on the age of the game, that you get the most for your money?
My son had at one point between all the game systems, over 700 games and even the best shooter games on Ebay did not bring much more than $25-$30 and that was with original packaging and all the add ons. Those games were considered the elite editions and my son paid upward in the $150 range new. The games just loose the value. You can try an ad in the newspaper, but unfortunately, the games will come nowhere near the value originally paid. Joan
An example, we had a new PSP thinline 2001 in the box with accessories and games that was given to my husband as a gift. I just sold it for $85.00. Value when purchased almost $250.00