Ok how are people NOT using this website? I searched their site and only about 35 people in Austin are using it. That's ridiculous Austin. Swapadvd.com is one of the best money saving websites on the internet.
Here's how it works. Let's say you buy the movie Twilight. You watch it, and realize how terrible it is. Ok now what? Sure, you could probably lie to Wal-Mart and tell them it's broke and they would refund your money, but you have morals.
Well here's a simple solution. Go to swapadvd.com and sign up for an account, it's FREE (make sure you mark me down as a referral so I can get a credit please, email@example.com) Then, just post the ISBN number found on the back of the DVD, and wait. More than likely, there are 100 naive people who want this movie and are in line waiting for it. You'll get an email saying that someone wants the DVD you posted, and just login to your account. You print a wrapper with their address, and then simply pay for shipping (currently about $1.90). Then once they receive this DVD, they make it as received and you get a credit. Boom, now you can start receiving DVDs other members have posted.
If you own more than 10 DVDs, chances are you'd be willing to get rid of 1 of them in exchange for another. I've mailed over 100 DVDs in the past 3 years, and I have only had 1 person not mark a DVD as received (dirty liar, I know you're watching Mr. Brooks right now just laughing at me while reading this). Each DVD is worth 1 credit, so if you have a special edition with 2 DVDs then it's worth 2 credits. If you have a season of a show, that's a a ton of credits. Blu Ray movies are worth 2 credits per disk. I'm in line for 89 movies right now, and receive about 1 or 2 movies a month from my queue.
What are you waiting for? Go to swapadvd.com and sign up. And make sure you mark me down as a referral so I can get a credit :) firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks and happy swapping.