Amazon Accepting CD Trade-Ins For Store Credit
NEW YORK (CBS NEWS) – Looking to unload your old *NSYNC albums? Amazon will now let you trade in used CDs for store credit. Previously, Amazon customers were only able to trade in electronics, books and video games, but not music. Amazon announced Wednesday that their trade-in program will now accept CDs. “The Amazon Trade-In Program allows customers to receive an Amazon.com Gift Card directly into their account in exchange for hundreds of thousands of eligible items, including DVDs, video games, electronics, books and now CDs,” Amazon said in a statement via email.
Not all CDs are accepted at the Amazon market. For instance, *NSYNC’s “Greatest Hits” can be traded in for $2.15, but Amazon is not accepting “No Strings Attached.” And sorry, folks, “Now That’s What I Call Music! 6” will only fetch you $0.90. Prices tend to go up for more updated musical acts. Adele’s “21” has a trade-in value of $2.35 and Katy Perry’s “Teenage Dream: The Complete Confection” is worth $4.50.
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