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Sell Nintendo DS

Please select Nintendo DS model you want to sell.

How do I sell my Nintendo DS?


Get an instant price
for your Nintendo DS


Put your stuff in a box
(any box will do)


Send your stuff
for FREE

Sell Nintendo DS consoles & Games!

musicMagpie is the simple and hassle-free way to sell Nintendo DS consoles, if you’re looking to sell DSi or sell DS lite then musicMagpie can help you make some extra cash – which you could put towards an upgrade. Simple, quick and hassle-free, musicMagpie makes selling your unwanted stuff easy.

With the Nintendo DS’s dual screen and advanced gameplay it quickly became hugely popular. First unveiled in 2004, Nintendo found themselves reinventing hand-held gaming once again and were quick to offer top titles like Mario Kart and Super Mario Bros. It soon became competitive with Sony’s handheld offering the PSP, but thanks to continually offering different games such as Brain Training, the DS was able to appeal to plenty of gamers.

Since its launch, the DS has seen a number of upgrades with handheld consoles like the DS Lite, the DSi and the DSXL arriving as-well as the 3DS which allows gamers to experience handheld 3D gaming.

If you’re thinking that it’s about time to trade up your DS to something a little more modern, musicMagpie can help…

All you have to do is enter your DS into our simple valuation engine to get a price, then pop it in a box, any box, and then send it to us for FREE. 
When your items arrive, we'll check them over and then - thanks to our Fast Same Day Payments - pay you on the same day by bank transfer, PayPal or cheque. Why wouldn't you? 

musicMagpie – why wouldn't you? 

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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.