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is it worth the hassle to ebay my buggy snuggle?

(17 Posts)
katz Tue 23-Sep-08 10:59:47

i have a buggy snuggle which failed to sell at a local clothing and equipment sale. Its in really good condition and i'm not sure why it didn't sell.

if i do sell it, how many photos should i add, and whats a good starting price?

thanks

have only ever really used ebay to buy.

DisenchantedPlusBump Tue 23-Sep-08 11:00:26

depends on what kind it is

EdieMcredie Tue 23-Sep-08 11:03:24

I have had my first selling experience in the past week. I would say stick it on. My stuff all sold with one photo, if people are interested they can ask for more.

Not sure about starting price, a fiver??

katz Tue 23-Sep-08 11:03:55

its a proper buggysnuggle one, in pink with a fleece inside and a shaggy outside.

had a quick look on ebay and people seem to be starting there auctions for around a tenner even on second hand ones, i didn't even ask that much at the sale! might just bung it on and see how it does.

DisenchantedPlusBump Tue 23-Sep-08 11:04:56

Can I see it? grin

katz Tue 23-Sep-08 11:06:03

not sure i have a photo here at work will have a look but if not email me on katzmumsnet at yahoo.co.uk and i'll send you one when i get home!

katz Tue 23-Sep-08 11:11:52

don't have a photo, looking through its seems DD2 was rarely in her pushchair!

but its just like this one but raspberry pink rather than red

DisenchantedPlusBump Tue 23-Sep-08 11:19:37

how much do you think you would sell it for posted?

MrsMagooo Tue 23-Sep-08 11:38:13

Definately worth putting it on hun,

Most Buggynsuggles sell for between £20 & £30 depending on the condition.

I've had a few Buggysnuggles & they have each sold for £25+ - one even sold for £45!!

Good luck

katz Tue 23-Sep-08 12:38:55

not sure, probably around £12.50 for the snuggle and £2.50 for p n p, like i said no idea of how much its worth

MerkinFitter Tue 23-Sep-08 21:13:34

It does need a photo though, you wont get top price without one

CarGirl Tue 23-Sep-08 21:27:26

It's cheaper to start the bidding at 4.99 rather than £5.00 I think it will sell for quite a bit £20ish because it has the deep pile. If you sell thru ebay send it recorded delivery so I reckon more like £3.50 for postage - they are quite heavy

katz Tue 23-Sep-08 21:29:43

will sort it at the weekend, or a midweek a better finishing time?

CarGirl Tue 23-Sep-08 21:39:24

Evenings about 8-9pm when the Mums have time to sit and browse and bid!

katz Wed 24-Sep-08 09:28:36

right will do it this weekend but put a 5 day auction on it so it will finish on a weekday evening.

thanks for you help, will report back and let you know how much it went for,

theirmum Thu 25-Sep-08 14:05:39

have you thought of listing it in the for sale section here first under Pushchairs they always sell well

helen1983 Thu 16-Oct-08 19:24:02

Not sure if i am too late I am looking to buy one I just searched buggysnuggle on the msg's!

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