Maybe selling my DS

United States
December 29, 2008 10:38pm CST
I have a pink Nintendo DS that I am thinking about selling. I played it a lot when I first got it a couple of years ago, but I just don't play it anymore. I could always use a little extra money, so I have been considering the possibility of selling my DS. What do you think is a fair price for it? It is great condition, and works perfectly. I know that new ones run about $130, but I don't really know what people sell used ones for. Thanks in advance for your input.
3 responses
@EliteUser (3971)
• Australia
4 Jan 09
Hey, As the other people recommended just do a quick sweep on eBay and checkout all the Nintendo DS's that get sold. Then compare the condition of yours with the other peoples and do a quick estimation on how much you think it is worth. Trust me, anything is possible with eBay. At times it can be both good and bad. My friend sold his Nintendo DS on ebay but in Australia. He sold it for $150 AUD. That is about $106 USD at the moment I am writing this. BUT think of this, he ONLY sold the Nintendo DS itself! No games, no nothing, not even the charger. I know I know, some people can be PRETTY desperate if they want to buy a Nintendo DS without a charger! Hope this helps!
• United States
31 Dec 08
I think $80 to $100 isn't a bad price for a used DS that looks great and is in perfect working condition. You probably could charge more for it if you sold it with all the accessories and games that you had with it. Depending on the amount of games that you have you probably could get away with charging about $120 or more for it if sold with games.
@Marcola (2776)
• United States
30 Dec 08
I'd suggest you go on ebay and do a search for used Nintendo DS. That way, you can see what other people are selling used DSs for and give you a good idea of a good price. You could also try selling on craigslist. $80-$90 might be a fair price, but I don't know for sure.