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Fran1 Fri 25-Mar-05 15:32:44

Oh dear, not only do i already spend far too much time here, i am now addicted to ebay too!

I put my first batch of stuff to sell on last night, and have obsessively checked for bids ever since. DP was in hysterics when i whooped with joy that someone was "watching" one of my items!!
I'm wandering round the house armed with the camera wondering what else i can sell.

Spurred on by lou33's husbands story. I'm dying to know what he managed to sell for £400???

blueteddy Fri 25-Mar-05 15:52:55

It's terrible isn't it?!
I have 8 things that I am selling ATM & keep checking to see how many people have looked at them & if I have any watchers!

essbee Fri 25-Mar-05 15:54:07

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Fran1 Fri 25-Mar-05 16:03:03

i think its the noveltly essbee!

I've just rounded up some more clothes and stuff to sell

How do you work out postage? i'm just kind of taking an average of what other sellers are charging at the mo. Now i'm scared that i'll be paying far more on postage, and many of my items i have started at 99p so if they get sold for that i could end up out of pocket!!

blueteddy Fri 25-Mar-05 16:05:31

I normally put around £1.50 postage for a jumper or something similar & £3.00 for sets (a top & jeans)
Clothing bundles normally cost around £7.50 to post.

moschops Fri 25-Mar-05 16:08:03

i have loads of stuff i've thought of selling on ebay but haven't got round to it. have been put off so far by having to sort out postage for stuff as some items are quite bulky, but thats just laziness!!

lou33 Fri 25-Mar-05 16:56:29

wasn't anything particularly exciting.

cd signed by a band, a few impersonal emails from one of the band members and him, printed off, and a rubber frog which they used on some artwork for one of their cd covers!

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