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Gift recycling website,, has received an overwhelming response from people wanting to recycle their unwanted Christmas presents; with thousands of visitors registering to exchange gifts since Christmas Day.

Trading on the site commenced on Christmas morning. Since Christmas Day the most heavily traded item is the best selling DVD Mamma Mia.

Head of PlayTrade Luke Taylor said,

"Some people must have received more than one copy, and this is the ideal way to sell or exchange it for another DVD.

We never expected the site to be so popular, it was set up more as a gimmick - to show that you can easily and for free, recycle your unwanted gifts and get what you wanted instead. It is great to think that the presents are actually finding a home rather than just gathering dust."


Contact over the New Year break:

Melissa Gilmour
Public Relations
Tel: 07970 767 869

Notes to editors: is a new website for people who wish to sell their unwanted Christmas presents has been launched today. The site is offering to sell unwanted entertainment presents Free of charge from Boxing day until the end of January.

The new site is very easy to use, and the first 10 sales are free of any fees or charges. After 31 January there is still no listing fee for trades - the site operates on a 'no sale, no fee' basis.

Most entertainment items can be sold including Books, DVDs, CDs and games and the site is expecting to handle thousands of trades on Boxing

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."


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