At We Buy Games we pay faster than any of our competitors, and you can choose your preferred method of payment. Sweet. Choose from:
We endeavour to pay you via your preferred payment method the day after we check your items (although it may take slightly longer if we’re very busy!).
The more common an item is the less likely we are to accept it. Please be aware, the prices and the list of items we can buy are updated every day so keep checking back if you’ve not been offered the price you wanted!
Unfortunately we do not buy PC games due to them having a unique product code. Once the code is used the game is unusable to anyone apart from the person who entered the code.
Yes, the best thing for you to do is to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with how many copies you have and the games barcode and we will look into it for you.
Incomplete items/box sets. Blank discs. Free Games – for example items given away by magazines and newspapers. Pirate Games will not be accepted.
To add on your voucher code, you need to be on the selling basket page.
You will need your Offer ID number when you contact us. To find your offer ID number, you will need to log into your account, your Offer ID number can be found under ‘Past Offers’.
We would not buy items with missing cases, packaging or that are damaged. Please read our condition guidelines
We generate the correct number of postage labels depending on the weight of your items, however, should you require more you can contact us at email@example.com
It is a simple 4 step process:
You should send your items within 7 days of acceptance of our offer. If we have not received the items within 21 days the price offered may not be valid and upon receipt the amount paid may be adjusted by us to the current valuations.
We’re sorry but we’re not set up for members of the public dropping off items directly. You should use the freepost service and in most cases the items will be delivered to us the next working day.
If you would like to send us regular consignments of games, books, CD’s, DVD’s or Blue Rays please contact us and we’ll advise you if there might be any special benefit for providing us with a regular supply of games.
Apart from your games and protection for them, no. The way we can tell which box of items belongs to you is from the unique barcode that is on the bottom of your free postage label.
This is no problem. Contact us with your address and we’ll post you a label.
If you are having problems we want to know about them. Please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Unfortunately we cannot purchase book club editions.
If the Readers Digest edition has an ISBN number (and the more recent editions do on the publishing information page at the front of the book) this can be typed into our website and these are treated just like any other book. If the edition does not have an ISBN number unfortunately we are not able to purchase the book.
Yes we do purchase ex library books proving they are in a reasonable condition. You must have permission from the library and it must be stamped with the libraries withdrawal stamp. If you are a library service with multiple books we recommend that you contact us directly since we have a library book purchasing service which is more likely to suit your needs.
Yes we do buy textbooks. In fact college level textbooks are more likely to be purchased than many other types of book. Type in the ISBN number and we’ll make you an offer.
This website cannot cater for this sort of book. However it does not mean that we are not interested. We suggest that you take pictures of the books and send them to us and we’ll get back to you as quickly as we can. Just so you know we are unlikely to be interested in 20th century encyclopaedias.
If you have old books without ISBN numbers please contact us
ISBN stands for International Standard Book Number. Since 1970 the vast majority of titles that have been published have a unique number identifying it. This is either a 10 or 13 digit number. It is normally found on the back cover of the book under a barcode. However it can be located in other places:
For discs you input the number below the barcode including the digits on the extreme left and right. Use the barcode that is printed on the original packaging. Any other barcodes on stickers are likely to have been placed on by the retailer and should be removed particularly if they cover the original barcode.
I can’t find an answer to my question above?
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