Filmogs is still in its early stages; we don’t yet have much sales data, so you might have to consult a few different sources to get your sale price right. We hope we’ll one day get to a point where we become the authority on DVD, blu-ray and VHS pricing, much like Discogs is for vinyl records, CDs, and cassette tapes. We appreciate you helping us achieve this!
Here some tips on how to find the value of your book:
- Start by searching for the film you want to sell on Filmogs and check the prices of any that are already listed for sale.
- If there aren't any listed on Filmogs yet, you might want to try other marketplaces like eBay and Amazon. Be sure you're looking at the same version of the item you've got by checking the barcode or any other unique item IDs.
- Also keep in mind the grading, for example a DVD in its original case with original inserts or promotional items (like posters or leaflets) may be worth more to a buyer than without, and defects like scratches on the disc will lower the market value:
- For example, if I wanted to sell a copy of Evil Dead 2 25th Anniversary Edition on Blu-ray, I can see one is listed on Filmogs for $3.99 https://www.filmo.gs/release/5843-evil-dead-2/marketplace, there is also one on eBay for $7.35 https://www.ebay.com/itm/Evil-Dead-2-25th-Anniversary-Edition-Blu-ray-/142482915572, or it sells used on Amazon from $3.35 https://www.amazon.com/Evil-Dead-25th-Anniversary-Blu-ray/dp/B005J9ZE5I. Based on this information and the condition your DVDs or Blu-rays are in, you can decide on a price.
- The condition of your item (for example, if it’s graded mint, near mint, very good, etc) will also affect the asking price.