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How does Princeton Record Exchange buy CDs?

How does Princeton Record Exchange buy DVDs?

How does Princeton Record Exchange buy Records?

How much are my Elvis Presley/Beatles records worth?

Does Princeton Record Exchange offer a higher price for trade-ins?

How do I know it is safe to send you my CDs or DVDs?

What are the largest size collections that you buy?

Will I be reimbursed for my shipping expenses if I sell you my collection through the mail?

Answers:

How Does Princeton Record Exchange buy CDs?

We are happy to buy CDs online or in person at our New Jersey store.

For general information on the prices we pay, and how to go about selling to us, please see our Sell CDs page.

To see examples of many artists and labels we are interested in buying on CDs, please visit our Lists of Genres/Artists/Labels page.

Feel free to call us at 609-921-0881 if you have any questions.

To find out what we can pay for your collection, you may:
1) Call us at 609-924-3472 to discuss your collection with an appraiser, or
2) Bring your CDs to our Princeton, NJ store, or
3) Describe your CD collection online –see our We Buy CDs Online questionnaire page.

How does Princeton Record Exchange buy DVDs?

We buy DVDs online or in person at our New Jersey Store.

For general information, please visit our Sell DVDs page.

To see examples of many DVDs we buy, please visit Lists of Genres/Movies page.

To find out what we can pay for your collection, you may:
1) Call us at 609-924-3472 to discuss your collection with an appraiser, or
2) Bring your DVDs to our Princeton, NJ store, or
3) Describe your DVD collection online –see our We Buy DVDs Online questionnaire page.

How does Princeton Record Exchange buy Records?

For general information on the prices we pay and how to go about selling to us, please see our Sell Records page.

To see examples of many artists and labels we are interested in buying on records, please visit our Lists of Genres/Artists/Labels page.

Feel free to call us at 609-921-0881 if you have any questions.

To find out what we can pay for your collection, you may:
1) Call us at 609-924-3472 to discuss your collection with an appraiser, or
2) Bring your records to our Princeton, NJ store, or
3) Describe your record collection online –see our We Buy Records Online questionnaire page.

How much are my Elvis Presley/Beatles records worth?

It is difficult to give general prices for artists like the Beatles, Rolling Stones and Elvis Presley albums. There are dozens of details relating to particular pressings—original vs. reissues, mono vs. stereo, imports, conditions, etc. that all factor into the value of these recordings. Before you take the time to write up a list, we suggest you call and ask to speak with a LP appraiser at 609-924-3472. You are welcome to email us at info@prex.com about your records, but there is a good chance we will need to talk to you on the phone about these titles anyway.

Does Princeton Record Exchange offer a higher price for trade-ins?

Yes, if you are selling your collection to us in person (not through the mail), we will offer you a trade amount as well as a cash amount. The trade amount is 10% higher than the cash. This can be a great way to replace your unwanted CDs and DVDs with titles you are more interested in. We can also issue you a trade certificate if you want to use the credit later.

How do I know it is safe to send you my CDs or DVDs?

Princeton Record Exchange has been buying and paying promptly for music and movie collections for over twenty years. We have established a solid reputation as one of the leaders in the industry. We are also an active member in the Better Business Bureau and adhere to their standards of business practices. You can rest assured that you will be treated professionally.

What are the largest size collections that you buy?

There is no maximum size collection. We have bought many collections of 10,000 titles or more. We buy private collections, estate collections, reviewer/radio station surplus, and entire store inventories—no collection is too large.

Will I be reimbursed for my shipping expenses if I sell you my collection through the mail?

For pre-approved collections that we offer you $50.00 or more for, we will reimburse you ten cents per item. Please do not send any merchandise before calling, or receiving response from our online questionnaire. We do not accept nor will be held responsible for unauthorized merchandise.

 

 

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