VHS technology is highly outdated, but there are a number of us who still hold onto our tapes as a means of nostalgia. Once DVD and Blu Ray technology became more affordable, VHS tapes fell by the wayside and have now experienced the same fate as the old cassette tapes that we used to listen to.
Replacing all of our favorite VHS movies with a more streamlined viewing format may have made life easier, but for those who placed their old VHS tapes in an attic or in storage as opposed to ditching them entirely may be in luck…..especially if you have Disney titles included in your collection.
If you have already ditched all of your old Disney VHS tapes, you may not want to keep reading, as you are going to end up kicking yourself for your naivete. Disney tapes are at the very top of the most coveted tapes list and these movies fetch a high asking price on the open market.
Can you believe that The Little Mermaid and Alice In Wonderful VHS tapes are sold for as much as $1,000 to collectors around the world? The time has come for you to take your old movies out of the attic and closet and see how much they are able to be sold for.
The Fox and the Hound, Aladdin and 101 Dalmatians are a few of the other titles that can be sold for a small fortune on the open market. This story proves that the old adage about one person’s trash being another person’s treasure is as true as it ever was and that you should never throw anything away unless you’re 100 percent sure you’ve extracted all value.
Do you have friends and loved ones with a Disney VHS collection? Be sure to pass this story along as soon as possible and who knows? Maybe they will feel compelled to provide you with a small percentage of their profits!