posted on Feb, 13 2006 @ 11:08 AM
If you feel you can get more for the item than you paid ... Go for it!
There is nothing in their T&Cs against buying/reselling items.
A good example:
My son and youngest daughter went thru a YuGiOh phase a few years ago. There were many times where we would buy a given card for, say, $10.95 and then
put that same card back up and get, say, $19.95. I mean many, many times.
I have found that it's all in your presentation. (i.e. photos, desc, etc.)
As others have stated, for the best deals, keep an eye on the short-term auctions that don't tend to garner sufficient attention to draw the expected
selling price. By doing so you will find many good "deals" just begging to be resold, often for a substantial profit (proportionate to the item's
Just last night I saw a new, in the [opened]box P4 2.53 cpu w/ heatsink and fan go for $67.67 ... not a bad deal at all. The seller had 1 feedback and
no picture. Had that seller provided a more informative listing with quality photo(s), they would most likely have seen the ending price closer to the
p.s. be very aware of shipping fees as I've seen many who attempt to pad their auctions with excessive shipping. By using actual shipping fees you
will find others tend to appreciate that and will bid higher as a result.
Hope this helps.
[edit on 2/13/2006 by 12m8keall2c]