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I currently go to thrift stores, pawn shops, yard sales, and flea markets. They are all very time consuming =)

Thanks for the suggestions. I think I will check out some auctions next summer. I collect games for all systems, but I like pre-playstation 2 systems the most. Nintendo & Super Nintendo are my favorite. But I also like Nintendo 64, Sega Master System, Genesis, Saturn, Dreamcast, etc.. Pretty much anything from back when games were more simple.

I just started collecting video games about 2 months ago. I have over 300 so far, but it is very time consuming to buy them 1 by 1. I would like to start purchasing them in lots of a dozen or more. I figure people buying storage units probably run into games all the time and likely aren't getting as much for them as I would pay.

I searched and there are no storage facilities in my area that sell units. How do you think I should go about building a relationship with people who buy units? I would like to make it easy for them to sell their games at a higher price than they would get selling them at a video game store.

I am curious, how do people who build storage units sell their video games? Do they just sell them to the local video game store?

Sorry for asking such simple questions.. this is a new world to me.

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