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WESTPORT, CT - FEBRUARY 08: (EDITORS NOTE: Image has been converted to black and white.) In this photo illustration, a VHS tape which could once be purchased at RadioShack is shown on February 8, 2015 in Westport, Connecticut. RadioShack, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection last Thursday, represented an older era of home electronics and consumer items. Despite numerous attempts to keep with the times, the home electronics retailer couldn't compete in an era of Amazon and Apple. RadioShack was started in 1921 to supply equipment for amateur or ham radio enthusiasts. At its height, the company grew to have thousands of stores throughout America parts of Europe and South America. (Photo Illustration by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Everything that was old is new again! The Walkman is making a comeback. There’s more vinyl than any other kind of music at Target. Dunkaroos and Doritos 3Ds are back on store shelves, and everything that was fashionable in the 90s is fashionable again. Do you have a bunch of old VHS tapes laying around? Well I’m about to say something that I never thought I’d say…VHS tapes are popular again. Yes in a world of streaming and on demand, nostalgia still finds a way to win! Check this out

https://www.nbcnews.com/pop-culture/movies/vhs-tapes-are-back-vogue-everything-old-new-again-n1151611

Some of those old VHS tapes could even be worth BIG money! Do you have any of these?

https://www.familyminded.com/s/valuable-vhs-tapes-worth-something-465e6b8ca0944a20