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Sell Nintendo 3DS

Please select the Nintendo 3DS model you want to sell.

How do I sell my Nintendo 3DS?


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for your Nintendo 3DS


Put your stuff in a box
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Sell Nintendo 3DS consoles & games with musicMagpie!

If you’re asking yourself ‘where can I sell my Nintendo 3DS?’, then musicMagpie can help you, along with the rest of your unwanted stuff. We’ve made it really simple to sell your 3DS, so if you’re looking to sell it, then musicMagpie it to make yourself some extra cash that you could put towards a newer console.

Arriving in 2010, the Nintendo 3DS was the sequel to Nintendo’s hugely popular handheld DS console. Unsurprisingly given the name, the Nintendo 3DS took handheld gaming that little bit further by embracing 3D technology and offering us handheld 3D gaming – all without the need for 3D glasses.

Since its release, Nintendo have released the 3DSXL which comes with a 90% larger screen and improved capacity, so if you’re thinking of upgrading your 3DS to an XL, or you just don’t have any use for it anymore, then all you have to do is musicMagpie your 3DS and we’ll take care of the rest…

Sending your 3DS to us couldn’t be easier; all you have to do is pop it in a box, any box, and then send it to us for FREE.

With any Nintendo 3DS trade ins, you'll get paid the same day your items arrive via a payment method of your choice: bank transfer, PayPal or cheque. Why wouldn't you? 

 Selling your stuff with musicMagpie is really that easy.

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What Model Nintendo DS / 3DS do I have?

If you’re unsure what model Nintendo DS / 3DS you have then all you need to do is refer to your original packaging where you should find your console information clearly labelled.

If you’re unsure whether you’re selling a Nintendo DS or a 3DS then look at the bottom right hand side of your console. If you see a select button directly under a start button then you have a Nintendo DS. If there is a power button on the bottom right of your console then you have a 3DS.