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used video games


Half.com
This is an online marketplace where anybody can put used and unwanted video games up for sale. Because there are often multiple listings for the same title, you can shop around for the best price. The main downside with shopping at a marketplace is that if you want to buy more than one game, you'll have to pay separate shipping costs for each item.


Ebay
Ebay always has one of the biggest selections of used video games you'll find anywhere. For those who don't like to buy things by auction or who need a game right away, many eBay sellers offer a fixed price "Buy It Now" option.

Amazon.com
Like Half.com, Amazon.com offers a used video game marketplace. Shop the store as you normally would, and if a used version of a particular video game title is available, it will say so on the product page.


GameFly
GameFly is primarily a video game rental site, but they also sell pre-played games at discounted prices. Each game comes with its original unused manual and case, and all sales are final.


GameStop / EB Games
Found in malls across the country, these two new & used video game stores merged in 2006. Their online stores focus primarily on selling new games. To view their used game inventory, you'll have to click on the drop down menu at the top right corner of the homepage.