Question Help Required: Appraise my PS4 52 game Bundle.

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feeder22

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So I have a PS4 I'd like to try and sell, I'm just unsure of what is a reasonable price to ask/expect. Everything is boxed and in perfect working order.
The console is over a year old so unfortunately out of warranty, but as stated it's all in great condition with probably less than 100hrs of play.

There's 3 controllers with the bundle. original black, red and a white one. Both the red and white come with their respected boxes.

OK onto the games (ALL THE GAMES ARE PHYSICAL DISKS NOT DIGITAL DOWNLOADS)

There is a total of 52 games and for the most part haven't had more than a few minutes play.

Assassin's Creed IV Black Flag
Assassin's Creed Syndicate
Assassin's Creed Unity
Batman Arkham Knight
Bloodborne
Call of Duty Advanced warfare
Crime & Punishments Sherlock Holmes
Deadpool
Destiny
Dying Light
Fallout 4
Farcry 4
Farcry Primal
Farming Simulator 15
Fifa 14
Fifa 15
Grand Theft Auto 5
Hasbro Family Fun Pack
Homefront The Revolution
Infamous Second son
Just Cause 3
Knack
Lego Marvel Super Heroes
Mad Max
Minecraft
Minecraft Story Mode
Mirrors Edge Catalyst
Monopoly Family Fun Pack
Mortal Kombat X
Motorcycle Club
Rayman Legends
Rachet & Clank
Resident Evil Revelations 2
Rory McIlroy PGA Tour
Saints row 4
Middle-Earth Shadow of Mordor
Sleeping Dogs
Star Wars Battlefront
The Crew
The Elder Scrolls
The Evil Within
The Last of Us
The Order: 1886
The Walking Dead Season 2
The Witcher 3: Wild hunt
Tom Clancy's The Division
Tropico 5
Uncharted 4: A Thief's End
Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection
Until Dawn
Watchdogs
Worms Battleground

Any help in Appraising this collection would very helpful to me.

TYIA
 

Spoonman2

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I would say around £400.

May not be what you want to hear, but they drop price like stones these games
 

feeder22

Standard Member
£400? Have a wobble.

And I'm well aware of how games depreciate, but £400??!?, Come on.

What next a lowball £200 offer?

Internet, hey?
 

Spoonman2

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£400? Have a wobble.

And I'm well aware of how games depreciate, but £400??!?, Come on.

What next a lowball £200 offer?

Internet, hey?
I have no interest in the games or the console, I was just offering my input and help
 

feeder22

Standard Member
Already looked into the cex way. Just south of £600 cash and £800 trade, and if someone was to buy the lot from there, they're parting with around £1200.

Feel free to check.
 

hippo99

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You might be better off just selling it to CEX as I really doubt you're gonna be offered the £1000 you're after in your sale thread.

Second hand PS4s go for around £170-180 in the classifieds, & a lot of the 52 games listed aren't very good. I probably have about 10 of those games in your list (by choice), & wouldn't touch the others with a barge pole.

If others are like me, even though it'd be more expensive to buy the individual parts from retail, it'll be much cheaper overall for them as the console + 10 games they actually want will only cost them about £350-£400 in total, rather than paying an extra £600 on top (£1k in total) for an extra 42 games they don't actually want.
 
I agree. Without wanting to be too on the nose, it's a really mixed bag of games and a second hand console. I wouldn't go anywhere near that for £1000, or anything close.

Again, I have a PS4 and probably 30 games, so I have no interest either, but I think you need to be a bit more realistic about what you'll get. CEX probably is your best bet if you're after that kind of money.

If you do manage to sell it all as a job lot for £1000, fair play to you. I'd be hesitant to pay even half that. The original £400 sounds about right to me.

Perhaps a better approach would be to trade the stinkers at CEX and try to offer the console with some of the better games for around £300. Don't forget it's out of warranty as well - that'll damage private sale value.
 
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King Tones

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£1000 hahaha that's hilarious.
Someone could buy a PS4 Pro, PSVR and a bunch of games for that amount of money.

£1000 for an out of warranty PS4 and a bunch of games....I can't stop laughing.

Good luck with the sale.
 

Kieron

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Closing. Pointless thread. Go price it up at CEX.
 
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