Christmas present recycling site launchesSell unwanted Christmas presents with new website

29 December 2008


Many people want to return Christmas gifts they don't like

A new website for people who wish to sell their unwanted Christmas presents has been launched.

The site,, is offering to sell unwanted entertainment presents free of charge from Boxing day until the end of January. is very easy to use, according to the organisation, and the first 10 sales are free of any fees or charges.

Returning presents

Most entertainment items can be sold including books, DVDs, CDs and games - and the site says that it expects to handles thousands of sales from Boxing Day.

The site is powered by PlayTrade and head of PlayTrade Luke Taylor commented, "Unwanted Christmas presents can be difficult to return without the embarrassing 'do you still have the receipt?' questions. This site makes life easy."

You can also read the free Which? guide to returning unwanted presents by clicking here.

Copyright Press Association 2008

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