Holy Crap

Discussion in 'Transformers On Ebay' started by knook, Aug 14, 2008.

  1. knook

    knook Let the Virus Consume You

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    What is so "Holy Crap" about it?
     
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    why would someone buy all those figures just to re-sell them so quickly. Plus; its a big lot
     
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    Eh, I've seen them all in stores
     
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    thats only a 310+tax lot.
     
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    Doing a quick calculation retail would be $370 not including state sales tax (not sure what it is for NY). Say they were able to use the McDonalds coupons on what they bought meaning they'd save another $75 (15 separate instances of $20 groups) So that brings the overall cost down to $285. They want $600 for the lot (gosh just realized how overpriced that is)

    If they're able to sell it to say someone not in the US who doesn't have access to all the US waves then the seller would make some serious change on the auction. Could be worth it even after all the eBay fees but that's IMO a serious risk.
     

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