Do you have any used DVDs laying around? I did, and I finally found a great way to share them with other people.
Let me tell you how it works -- because it is so easy! I listed a bunch of DVDs on the site (listing 10 DVD titles gets the first member in your household a free credit!) and I got a free DVD credit to get started. So you can order a DVD right away -- for only 49 cents -- and have the DVD mailed directly to you! No strings attached. No gimmicks. No spam mail. Nothing. You just have to love watching movies.
When another member selects one of my DVDs that I have listed, I mail it to them. Yes, I pay for the postage. But then I get another DVD credit and I can select a DVD that I want. So another Club Member returns the favor and mails me one of his or her DVDs postage-paid. Where else can you trade in an old DVD, add a 49 cent processing fee, and then choose another from over 250,000 DVDs?
When someone requests one of your DVDs, all you have to do is print two pieces of regular paper from your printer which includes the mailing address and the recommended postage. Apply the postage, and drop it in the mail. Hey, for a typical DVD, you don't even need to go to the post office.
The processing fees help pay the expenses of running their web site and allows them to guarantee that every DVD you request or send will be received in playable condition with no skips! The fee also allows us to pay NO MEMBERSHIP DUES to join a swapping club full of movie lovers like myself.
You really need to check this out. And if you do sign up, please use this link or click the banner.
If you use the link above to join, I'll get a DVD credit when you post your first ten DVD titles (and you'll still get a free credit for posting them!)
For more information about the site, you can visit the Help area, by clicking the link below, and select 'Club Basics' to read how it works:
Have a great day!
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