We have some news from the MaxBack office! Today, we are narrowing our focus in order to provide you with the best service possible! From now on, we will no longer be accepting Video Games in our trade-in program.
The new direction will allow us to focus on keeping the trade-in process as quick and simple as possible. This means cash in your pocket as soon (or sooner!) as it always has been! We will still accept all the electronics listed on our site.
We realize that you still need some way to dispose of your video games responsibly, so we have a few suggestions on how to do this. There are many programs similar to MaxBack that still accept video games. Some popular ones are Gamestop (an actual shop for gaming that you’re probably familiar with if these changes are relevant to you), Best Buy’s video game trade-in program (we hear they have pretty good deals), and of course there’s Craigslist, where you can set your own price in a local classified ad.
Beyond the typical trade-in programs, if you’re simply attempting to help the environment and avoid adding to landfills, there are a number of creative things that you can do with old CDs, DVDs, and video games. For example, you can create art sculptures like the piece on the left.
The really cool thing is that you can turn discs into art pieces that will gain even more profit when you sell them! For more cool creations like this, check out the full article on Oddity Central here.
Business at MaxBack will continue just as it always had with our electronics trade-in program, so don’t be shy! Keep sending in those used cell phones, iPads, and more for quick cash!