In today's day & age, people don't get CDs or DVDs as much anymore. Of course you still have people who love having physical copies (I myself still have boxes of my old albums & movies).

But on the El Paso Reddit, one user called "bucketofmonkeys", asked if there were any places that takes in CDs or DVDs. If you're in a similar situation & you want to get rid of them, you can always go to:

All That Music:

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At the Fountains of Farah, I've been going to All That Music for years & they've always been nice with taking in your stuff that you're willing to part with. Plus if you're trying to find used stuff, you can usually find a unique selection there.

Media Exchange:

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Not only can you trade in your old CDs or DVDs, but Media Exchange also will take in your old video games or consoles too. Open 7 days a week at 9155 Dyer.

Montecillo Records:

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All That Music isn't the only record store that buys used CDs. Montecillo Records at 4935 N Mesa will also help you if you really need to say "adios" to your old albums.

The Bookmark El Paso:

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Got old books, movies, or CDs? Another place you can go to is The Bookmark on the west side; 7348 Remcon Circle. Just down the road from Texas Roadhouse.

The Swap Meet or Flea Market:

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El Paso doesn't have just ONE swap meet or flea market, we have a TON to choose from:

So now you know where to go in case you need to get rid of those boxes taking up so much space in your closet or garage.

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