The following DVD sources can enable you to purchase DVDs for as low as .25 each, even if
you are only buying them for yourself.
These aren’t wholesale sources, but actual retail sources that can sell DVDs for pennies.
In other words, the following sources can help you buy one latest dvds at a time, and often pay less than even the wholesale price.
These sources can work well for you if you are willing to put in the time.
DVD Source #1
While might sound like an obvious choice, you would be surprised at the number of people who have never purchased a DVD.
They end up buying the same titles sold on eBay for up to three times the cost through regular
retail DVD outlets.
While it might not simple to return a DVD bought on eBay, you can verify the condition and get a good feeling about the seller by checking out his feedback.
DVD Source #2
Garage sales. How many times can you watch the same DVD?
Millions of people buy DVDs only to let them collect dust after watching them once or twice.
Many of those people are happy to get rid of their DVDs at garage sales, for often as low as a
DVD Source #3
School sales. Many schools solicit donations of used products to raise money for their operations.
When you see a school having a sale call them and ask them if they will be selling any DVDs.
DVD Source #4
Libraries. Libraries often sell a portion of their books and media to raise funds. Ask your local library if they have any DVDs they would like to sell. You would be surprised at how happy they
often will be to get rid of some of their old DVDs in exchange for a few dollars.