Bring & Buy: Secondhand Marketplace
The Bring & Buy is a part of the festival where you, (only) as a Whole Weekend visitor, can hand us your used anime and manga-related items and we will (try) to sell them for you in our Dealer Room. All festival visitors can buy these submitted items at the Bring & Buy table but only Whole Weekend visitors can submit items to be sold.
On Miatzy's website you can find rules, selling tips and information.
How does it work?
After adding the products to the database you can finally add sturdy labels to your packed products. Print the labels by pressing "print labels". A new window will open with a printorder. Cut the labels and use clear tape to fully enclose the label onto your product. (A single piece of tape will NOT hold out a whole weekend). Also print the product list by clicking "print list". Bring everything (the labeled products AND the printed product list) to the Bring and Buy.
If you have questions regarding Bring & Buy that are not answered on this page, please ask them trough the contact form on the Miatzy website.
Do not use plastic foil to wrap your products. We do not accept these. Check whether your products still work and are undamaged.
Label 18+ products.
Some of the DVD's offered will be recorded in the NTSC standard and your system might not be able to play them. If you don't know what we mean by this, feel free to ask on our Discord or Facebook groups.
DVD's, Blu-rays and videogames offered might only be playable on a specific region-enabled player and your system might not be able to play them at all (this is called region-protection or region-lock). Most of the time, the packaging will state what region number they are compatible with. If you don't know what we mean by this you can ask us.
Bring and Buy History
In 2011 Mataki offered to organize Bring & Buy for us, which we gladly accepted as they already helped out in 2010. Since 2012 Miatzy has been organizing Bring & Buy with assistance from our volunteers.