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Okay, I know I'm really annoying with all of the PSP threads, but I just happened to think about money. After spending 20 bucks to fix a PSP 3000 (Looks new) and a PSP 2000 (Obviously used), I'd like to see how much money I could get out of them. I'll probably take them to gamestop, but I'd like to have enough money to get a second 3DS (I want to get a new one, give my sister the old one :D) How much would they give me, or should I just keep it/sell it on Ebay.
 

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Ebay, Gamestop (gameshit) will only give about $20 for the 2000 and $30 for the 3000. I haven't shopped there in years due to their horrible staff and return price (Ex. Selling a game back the 1 day to late to take it back. You payed full price for it and they give you $10-15).
 

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On Amazon you can get up to $57 for the 3000 and $50 for the 2000.

I use Amazon to trade in all my gaming stuff, they pay better than anybody else I know.

I bought my Dsi XL and PSP 3000, using money I made trading in Wii and DS games.
 

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I second that statement about Amazon. I've traded in a lot of games/college texts there. The shipping is free if you choose the UPS option. You just need to drop the package off at a UPS store or schedule a pick up.

Once Amazon receives the trade-in stuff they give you your credit usually really fast.
 

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Perhaps try craigslist. Ebay amd paypal will screw you with their fees, and then there is shipping costs. For me, ebay is a last resort, and I only use it to sell items that are more obscure, which by no means is a PSP. If you sell on craigslist, perhaps you should put some custom firmware on your PSPs to make them more appealing...
 

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