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selling things and appropriate prices?selling things and appropriate prices?

FujinYumiFujinYumiVor 9 MonatenAsk MFC
i’m planning on selling some of my stuff for extra room and I have too much lmao. but I don’t know how much to sell them for. are there any sites i can use to get a rough idea for the prices?
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3pt
what maggie said and my fellow up is that often local people who buy from you aren't collectors but are just casual buyer who only knows the listed prices of your local shop so really its going to be difficult to sell with online prices. Your best to sell online if you want better value, the minor come off are shipping, packaging and wanting refunds (often scams if you unlucky).

GOOD LUCK!
Vor 9 Monaten
9pt
I check Mandarake, Jungle, and also eBay has a function where you can see completed listings, so you get a good idea of what stuff is actually selling and what it’s selling for. However I’ve seen major discrepancies on eBay (same items sells for $25 two days before the same one sells for $200) so make sure you list it appropriately.

Having just come back from a decent trip to Japan a few months ago, some stuff goes for WAY MORE there than it does in my country and vice-versa. I saw figures I had for $600+ at Mandarake, thought “wow I should sell mine!” but people complained about my pricing and said it should be half. The trade-in price in Japan was more than what people wanted to pay in my country. So, who knows.

Personally, I like selling on eBay. I don’t need to deal with flaky people or argue with pricing or low-ballers and stuff sells relatively quickly. Good luck!
Vor 9 Monaten
-8pt
see what the aftermarket does in your country (ebay tends to be overpriced)
Vor 9 Monaten
-6pt
see what the aftermarket does in your country (ebay tends to be overpriced)
Vor 9 Monaten
5pt
You can always check the "buy" section of your item in MFC, and check websites and sellers, to see how much other people are selling it for.
Vor 9 Monaten
6pt
airi-02x (Vor 9 Monaten) #31043708I would say try looking on Mandarake for the current market price of your items?
If you want to make some sales fast, you are going to have to lower your price.
But, this all depends on what are you trying to sell? (Small goods like straps versus Large and expensive ones like Figures...)
Additionally, it depends on the demand.


Add to this. Check the conditions such as;
- Open/Unopened
- Any damages/markings
- Original packaging
- Did come with bonuses? (extra parts etc.)

Also, Might also give potential buyers more confidence if you take some photos.
Vor 9 Monaten
3pt
Yeah Mandarake seems the way to go.

Just make sure to ignore sites like Plamoya, eBay and Ninoma. The price for stuff on there is beyond stupid lmao
Vor 9 Monaten
10pt
I would say try looking on Mandarake for the current market price of your items?

If you want to make some sales fast, you are going to have to lower your price.

But, this all depends on what are you trying to sell? (Small goods like straps versus Large and expensive ones like Figures...)

Additionally, it depends on the demand.
Vor 9 Monaten
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