Selling stuff

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      I have noticed for some reason, that a lot of people list things for sale on eBay starting with a 99 cent price tag. It seems to get bids going. However, some of them do not end up with a decent final selling price. For instance, list a wedding dress, truly worth $500 for 99 cents – I would put a reserve price on it so that you are not giving it away for $30 at the end of the auction. Herlean

      pseuzanne wrote: I’m getting a little discouraged as I try to sell some belongings to
      get extra cash. I’ve used the local consignment store, craigslist,
      and ebay, and am not having much luck. I don’t mind investing SOME
      time to net some money, but it’s not paying off.

      I currently have to sell:
      – wedding dress
      – china place
      settings & serving pieces
      – Halloween costume
      – random jewelry (gold and stones, but not worth alot)
      – antique rocking chair
      – pool cue

      I remember folks talking about auction sites other than ebay, that
      are free to list, but can’t remember the names. Can anyone recommend
      one that has a fair amount of volume? Any other ideas?


      P.S. I just had a yard sale in September to sell some smaller stuff,
      and netted $60. It’s $60 I didn’t have before, but I still have alot
      left that didn’t sell.

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