I've heard back from 2 of the companies I sold books/DVDs/CDs to. I'm very impressed with one of them, the one I sold just my books to, and they have a sister site that buys DVDs, so I wanted to share it. I haven't heard back from one yet, and I don't even think they've received the box yet, so I won't address that company. The company I am impressed with is www.SellBackYourBook.com and their sister site for buying/selling DVDs is http://www.selldvdsonline.com./ I have additional DVDs to sell, and I plan to start scanning the UPC codes later. They have an app, which is what I'll use to scan/list the items for sale, assuming they'll be interested in any of them. They also purchase CDs and video games. I know some here have those things and would probably like to make a bit of money while downsizing, so I wanted to share. I also used a site called decluttr, but I wasn't at all happy with my experience with them, so obviously I won't recommend using them. Here is a link to the FAQ at SellDVDsOnline. Note that they do not purchase new, unopened DVDs. If you decide to use them, please read the information ahead of time. I will open any sealed DVDS before shipping, just to increase the chances of a payment. Although I could probably make a little money selling some of the DVDs individually, it's doubtful that they would all sell, and listing each one individually, taking pictures, pulling together a synopsis, etc., and paying listing and/or final value fees, is a waste of time, money and energy in my opinion, other than perhaps for a select few, especially the more in demand boxed sets, so I prefer to go this route for the majority of the DVDS.