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I have a dilema here...I have had about 15 people inquire on the selling of my "extra" LT150's. How do I pick 1? My thought is to post it on the auction site of AV Science at an opening bid of my actual cost and see where it goes form there...Opinions are welcome!
 

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Thanks for the feedback. When would be the best time to start this auction? Now, while there is alot of hype or Later, when Dell orders are completed?
 

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It's still possible to buy an LT150 for right around $2000 from Dell today, so you might want to wait for a couple days. Of course, the average E-bay user would not know that so perhaps an E-Bay auction would be better if you are trying to get top dollar.


[This message has been edited by JoeFloyd (edited 07-25-2001).]
 

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Todd,


Once hundreds (if not thousands who knows) of these things are in people's hands they won't be worth a plug nickel on eBay.

If you're going to take it to eBay now is the time to do it.


Bob Wood


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Todd,


I'd probably go to the classified section, post your price and ask everyone interested to pick a numbber between 1-100. Set a deadline of the sale and go with the closest number that you have picked before hand.


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I'd go with the auction site, no reserve, opening bid of what you paid. People in the classifieds are looking for fixed prices.
 

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A perfect use of the auction site. Set the reserve at what you paid. You know it will go for less than the current pricing. The difference will make two people happy. http://www.avsforum.com/ubb/smile.gif
 

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Go with the auction site. You did risk your

own money and are not obligated to give away

your potential profit for free.


Terry
 
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