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Selling an evening/xmas party dress on Ebay

(12 Posts)
HellothisisJoanie Mon 19-Nov-12 17:22:50

Oh poo! This is why I'm crap at eBay !!

crabbyoldbat Mon 19-Nov-12 11:42:24

Just to note for the future - the fees (if you have to pay them) are less for a £4.99 start than for a £5 start

noddyholder Mon 19-Nov-12 09:11:28

I think I have enough of your cast offs I have the diet thing cracked now i think.
If I never eat with dp and ds pm (and I hate what they like) weight drops off.

HellothisisJoanie Mon 19-Nov-12 08:59:51

right - have a bid already!

and LOl at noddy i STARVE for this you know ;)

44SoStartingOver Sat 17-Nov-12 17:56:05

I am fairly tall, so I found I had an enthusiastic market for my dresses and shoes - among transvestites with good taste.

No great use, but it still makes me grin.

noddyholder Sat 17-Nov-12 17:51:05

bugger off you with all your too big dresses grin

HellothisisJoanie Sat 17-Nov-12 15:45:36

Thanks all. Il start at. A Fiver

lljkk Sat 17-Nov-12 15:37:15

What Fergoose said, although I think Friday nights are best time to finish.

fergoose Sat 17-Nov-12 15:09:31

yes - I know what you mean. Well get it listed tonight or tomorrow night then the listing price is free so you can start as high as you like.

HellothisisJoanie Sat 17-Nov-12 15:08:36

thanks ferg.
the start price for me is the concern that I will sell it too cheap

fergoose Sat 17-Nov-12 14:54:31

free listing weekend so you can start at any price you like

i always end on a Mon or Tues night, not a weekend. About 8.30pm onwards is the best time I find.

HellothisisJoanie Sat 17-Nov-12 14:12:45

Have a FC dress that is too big, I want to sell it now,thinking this is prep for xmas party.

two questions
1. how low do you start?> I am of the opinion I never sell for less than a fiver - what do you think?

2. How long do you leave it up for? ( I knwo about ending at teh weekend etc)

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