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- October 5, 2007 at 11:49 pm #253542
If the certificate can be used at a long list of spa’s around the
country, you’ll likely be able to get back almost full value on the GC.
However, if it’s for a specific salon or salon chain not found all
over, then you probably won’t get close to the full value because it
really limits the target “audience” of bidders.
I would set it for a long run- 7 or 10 days, set to end either in the
evening after work lets out, or on a Saturday before noon or after 6pm,
and start it off at a low bid. If you really want to have a reserve,
maybe do $75.00.
— In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, “pseuzanne”
> I have a spa gift certificate to sell on ebay (no luck selling it on
> craigslist), and have two questions. When is the optimal time to have
> an auction end? On the weekend, when more people have time to be
> Also, the gift certificate is worth $100. What should I put as my
> reserve amount? How much would people expect to pay for that on ebay?
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