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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?thankshave only ever really used ebay to buy.
depends on what kind it is
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??
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.
Can I see it?
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!
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
how much do you think you would sell it for posted?
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
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
It does need a photo though, you wont get top price without one
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
will sort it at the weekend, or a midweek a better finishing time?
Evenings about 8-9pm when the Mums have time to sit and browse and bid!
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,
have you thought of listing it in the for sale section here first under Pushchairs they always sell well
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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