Separate Auctions, or one big lot? HALP!

Discussion in 'Transformers On Ebay' started by deliciouspeter, Jan 25, 2010.

  1. deliciouspeter

    deliciouspeter Back in Black TFW2005 Supporter

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    Hey pals, I'm selling my collection, and as I'm very new to ebay, I need some help.

    I have hundreds of toys going up for sale in the next few weeks. I started with my least desirable (to me) toys, as a test before I put up the toys.

    I'm not doing it for the money, but I need the space. I also figured that if I make too large of a "lot" shipping costs will get too high. If stuff goes too cheap, I'd rather just give it away instead of bothering with shipping/ebay.

    Anyway, if anyone has any suggestions, I'd appreciate it. Thanks, DP

    eBay Seller: babylarva: Toys Hobbies, Video Games items on eBay.com
     
  2. warriorpriest

    warriorpriest Priest of Primus

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    The better pieces put in separate auctions, the not so great pieces put those in lots. the junkers and such, mail to me. ;) 
     
  3. grimlock1972

    grimlock1972 "No Mas" My Wallet

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    I suggest you take each of your most desirable and most likely to fetch a high price figures and put them in lots with stuff that would likely not sell on its own. That way you can clear stuff out fairly quickly and not have massive shipping costs
     

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