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Dale Team Up With musicMagpie

4 September 2020

Make money from your unwanted items & generate cash for the Club at the same time!

Rochdale Football Club is pleased to announce a partnership with musicMagpie.

Based in Stockport, musicMagpie is a highly successful online retailer that buys and sells refurbished electronics and second-hand computer games, consoles, books, films and music.

musicMagpie.co.uk provides a quick and easy way to declutter and get cash for your stuff, which is why millions of people use the service every year to sell their CDs, DVDs, Games, Books, Blu-Rays & Tech. You can now even sell your LEGO® on the site.

How does the partnership benefit the Club?

When you sell to/ or shop with musicMagpie, you’ll earn the Club money. So, the next time you’re thinking about having a clear out and getting rid of those CDs and DVDs that have been gathering dust, instead of throwing them away, use this service to recycle them and earn yourself and the Club cash in the process. It’s win, win!

In order for Dale to benefit, you must follow this link. The Club won’t receive any money if you go directly to the musicMagpie website. Click HERE to use the dedicated Rochdale link. 

Frances Fielding, Dale’s Commercial Director, commented: “We’re delighted to have teamed up with musicMagpie.

“It’s fantastic that we’ve been able to partner with such high profile brand, becoming the first EFL Club to do so.

“I’m looking forward to building our relationship throughout the season, and I hope fans will support this initiative by using musicMagpie to recycle any unwanted electronics, CDs or DVDs.”

Chief Marketing Officer at musicMagpie, Liam Howley, added: “We’re thrilled to announce our partnership with Rochdale AFC and are looking forward to help raise money for the Club as they get ready for the 2020/21 season. 

 “As a Stockport-based business, we’re committed to supporting sport in our local area, now more than ever, through sponsorships with local teams such as Rochdale AFC. 

 “We wish Brian Barry-Murphy and his players the very best of luck for the campaign ahead.”


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