Thanks for all the links to wholesale sites. These tend to want your cash to register. What I was looking for is an online facility that offers ,say boxes of 25 latest game titles for sale. I am tending to think that this is a bit of a closed shop. How do the small independants get the latest titles? Cheers
I could be wrong here, but it appears as though you want to buy on-line 'trade' supplies in small quantities without going through 'wholesale' outlets. Possibly to buy cheap then sell at a more expensive retail price possibly via eBay type of thing.
Getting supplies like that needs contacts, and many small independents build up these sort of contact supplies over a period of time via word of mouth and other supply outlets. If you have Computer Fairs in your area, then perhaps a visit there, could result in another independent perhaps being able to offer supplies or advice. In my hometown, some of the computer repair people have joined forces, with the end result that they can now buy bulk at more favourable discounts from wholesale sources.
For real cheapness, a local large wholesale warehouse as started to supply the Everything a £Pound type shops with CD's, DVD's and computer games. Some of the titles seem very good others not so. This wholesaler also supplies the more expensive range of games and components. But as you say, registration would be required, especially is vat is applicable.
There's no point in me mentioning the warehouse (they do not have a website), because if you lived in my locality you would be fully aware of the company's existence (they do enough local advertising). What I was trying to suggest is that you look around you own location, perhaps within suitable travel distance, because I am sure (if you live in a good size town/city)there are many similar trade type wholesalers who may well meet your needs. Just a case of looking in yellow pages,trade magazines or via a google search.
Thanks for that advice Spuds. I,ll have another look. You would think that it would be easier to locate them in this day and age though by searching on the internet? I.ll put this down as resolved then. Cheers.
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