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How to make money reselling Nintendo 64 games on eBay

What if I told you those old Nintendo 64 games that your kids used to play that you probably have packed away in your attic are worth a good amount of money?

Well, they are!

And, what if I were to tell you that oftentimes you can also find these same games at your local thrift store?

Well, you can! I know this because I do it quite often and I want to encourage you to do the same.

I loved playing my Nintendo 64 growing up. It was definitely my favorite gaming console. And apparently, it is thousands of other people’s favorite as well, judging by the prices that the games are selling for on eBay. 

Check out some of these prices that I found doing a completed listings search on eBay:

Examples of Nintendo 64 games prices on eBay:

As you can see, things old games are worthy of buying and reselling for a very nice profit (Or, if you’re lucky, you can find some tucked away in your attic).

Either way, this is definitely another item that you should add to your prospect list to look for next time you go thrift shopping. 

These are great to sell because they’re lightweight and easy to ship, they are inexpensive to purchase, and the pop-up quite frequently in most thrift stores. 

Best Nintendo 64 games to resell on eBay:

What are the most profitable games to resell? That’s an excellent question. There are hundreds of different games out there for the Nintendo 64 console, but only a select few are profitable. I’ve found and sold many over the years so here are a few of the ones that I know are worth reselling.

  1. Mario Kart
  2. Donkey Kong 64
  3. Diddy Kong Racing
  4. Super Bowling
  5. Worms: Armageddon
  6. Mario Party (1, 2, and 3)
  7. Conker’s Bad Fur Day
  8. Resident Evil (1 and 2)
  9. GoldenEye 007
  10. Turok Rage Wars
  11. Mischief Makers
  12. Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire
  13. Pokemon Stadium
  14. Legend of Zelda
  15. Stunt Racer 64
  16. Hey You, Pikachu
  17. Kirby 64 The Crystal Shards
  18. Super Smash Bros
  19. Bomberman 64
  20. Nightmare Creatures
  21. Rat Attack
  22. Mega Man 64
  23. Paper Mario
  24. Harvest Moon
  25. Bass Rush
  26. Carmageddon 64
  27. Pokemon Snap
  28. Castlevania
  29. Ogre Battle 64
  30. Batman Beyond

Tips for reselling Nintendo 64 Games on eBay:

1. Know where to find the games.

Most of the time these games will be located locked in the glass box near the register at most thrift stores. I know for sure this is the case at Goodwill, which is where I source a lot of my items to resell. No worries, though. The cashier will be happy to open the case and let you look at the games. 

2. Look ’em up.

While I listed quite a few of the profitable games above, there is still plenty more out there that I don’t know about yet. So if you come across one at the thrift shop, do a quick completed listings search to see how much it’s selling for before you purchase it.

3. Make sure it works.

This can be difficult unless you have a working Nintendo 64 console. I myself do not, so there’s always a risk of the game not working when I list it for sale on eBay. So far, I’ve only had one return because of this which isn’t too bad. I always just include in the description something along the lines of:  “I purchased this game at a thrift store, so I do not no it’s origin and I do not have a way to test that the game works. Please bid accordingly.” That usually does the trick. 

4. Consider selling multiple games as a ‘Lot’.

I’ve experimented with this strategy some in the past as well. If you find multiple games at a time, rather than listing them for sale individually, you can sell them all at once as a ‘lot’ and sometimes make more money that way. Just set the price and watch the bids roll in. 

Final thoughts

So now you know all about reselling Nintendo 64 games on eBay in order to make nice profits for your eBay business. These little jokers are highly profitable and easy to find at times, so I definitely recommend that you add this item to your arsenal. Or not, that’s fine too; more for me!

Be sure to check the Thrifteo Closet often, as I’m always adding new highly profitable items for reselling. Good luck.