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Sell your used games on kalahari.net

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Unfortunately the reality of being a gamer these days means that it’s virtually impossible to afford every single brand new title that gets released and as such we have a huge second hand game market in South Africa. But unless you have been living under a rock for the past 1 000 years you would also know that trading games on forums is risky and retailers aren’t the most generous institutions when it comes to trading in used games.

But have no fear as kalahari.net has come to the rescue and starting immediately you can now sell new or second hand games directly from their website. What’s even better is that they have made this process as simple as possible.

All you need to do is head on over to the new kalahari.net and sign up as a seller, and don’t worry if you’re not the creative sort as all you need to do is match your product to one in their huge database and the rest of the information will magically appear.

Your games will then show up as a secondary buying option against the new version on the site. A site which just happens to the largest retail site in the country giving you an unprecedented amount of willing buyers at absolutely no cost until August 2010.


And then comes the magic, the buyer pays you through the standard kalahari.net checkout and you are notified of the great news. You then need to get the game sent out within 48 hours and once the buyer gets the game you get your cash…. it’s as easy as that and more importantly it’s incredibly safe for the both of you, the fancy word for this sort of thing being Escrow.

So that’s it grab your new or used games and list them on the site and then enjoy the simplicity of it all.

And better yet Lazygamer has teamed up with kalahari.net to bring you an even greater reason to sell your second hand games on kalahari.net instead of a forum or classified website. All you need to do is head on over to the kalahari.net and sign up as a seller. Then just enter your email address below and then once verified you will be entered into a Lazygamer exclusive competition to win up to R1500 worth of games of your choice from kalahari.net (R1000 1st prize + R500 2nd prize).

Signing up is free and only take a few minutes so once again it’s risk free, seriously why wouldn’t you give it a go?

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This is a paid for advertorial however the opinions provided are entirely my own and were not provided by Kalahari.net

Last Updated: June 29, 2010


  1. D4RKL1NGza

    June 29, 2010 at 12:23

    Awesome,Entered! :tongue:


  2. Onelargeprawn

    June 29, 2010 at 13:01

    I’ve traded/bought games on forums with no problems, quite risk-free actually.

    Also, what charges are planned come August?


  3. Aslam Levy

    June 29, 2010 at 14:28

    I currently use BT Games exchange service.. How is this better other than that I can select the Sell price?


  4. VLing

    June 29, 2010 at 16:23

    I think i’ll stick to bidorbuy. I can sell classic games there as well as sell any game I want without having to match it up to a catalogue.

    Yeah, and what happens after August?


  5. Gavin Mannion

    June 29, 2010 at 21:40

    Honestly I have no idea and to me that is the deciding point on whether something like this will be worth it.

    I personally have lost games on forums before and often I have wanted to simply sell games and not trade which I found harder to do on forums… maybe just my bad luck


  6. Gavin Mannion

    June 29, 2010 at 21:41

    I have never sold to BT Games but I have tried with other retailers and been offered the most abysmal rates… and this is just added competition how can that be bad?


  7. Deathbringersa

    June 30, 2010 at 12:57

    yeah i used to use btgames but they wanted to rip the faithfull customers off so we all steered away and moved to the ps3za forum honest people and risk free 95% of the time but u will always get a chancer on any forum trying his luck to scam someone so one needs to vigilant at all times :ninja:


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