I copied this from another thread, because I forgot the sources thread was here :)
Hi! There is this new website called www.swapadvd.com
that allows you to swap dvds that you are no longer using. Here's how it works:
You post a DVD you no longer want. If someone requests that DVD, you mail it to them. Once they have received it and post it as received online, you get a credit to request a DVD from that website. The DVD must say ORDER THIS DVD next to it for you to order it. It's that simple!
Now, to make it even more simple, they have the option that you print out an address label with postage and delivery confirmation. You pay for that postage and delivery comfirmation, but you were going to pay for it anyway at the post office. Only you get to skip the hassle of standing in long lines and gas money :) I STRONGLY suggest that you use this feature. That way, you get your credit instantly instead of having to wait for the mail receipient to post that it was received. You can also purchase credits to get DVDs on their website, if you are one or two credits off a DVD that you desperately want.
You can even create a wishlist of DVDs that are listed on the site, but that aren't available. If that DVD becomes available and you are top of the list, you can instantly have it sent to you.
The website goes into even more detail, but it's a great deal for those that are hoping to build up the exercise DVD collection.
If you do join, REFER ME! My name over there is bubbles76, and I'll get a credit. You can also add me as a buddy, and maybe we can swap DVDs.
Of course, you don't have to just post or request exercise DVDs. Anime, action, comedy, drama, boxed TV series, classics, cartoons, kids shows, documentaries, mysteries, everything is open there! All you need is the UPC code from the package to post a DVD. To request, all you need is the name. I have already received four DVDs in excellent condition, and I have sent out four.
Oh, and the website is free to use. The only things you pay for are (1) electronic postage if you choose to use it (43 cent fee) and (2) credits, if you are one or two credits off a DVD that you desperately want. No membership or sign up fees!
Edited by: KEIAHNAM at: 1/9/2008 (08:57)
"If you are afraid of defeat, then get stronger" --Kuchiki Rukia, Bleach Ep. 117