Too good to be true?(5 Posts)
PJsMummy Mon 21-Mar-16 13:00:37
GlitteryFluff Mon 21-Mar-16 13:11:41
GreenTomatoJam Mon 21-Mar-16 13:15:11
hefzi Tue 29-Mar-16 12:03:18
VimFuego101 Tue 29-Mar-16 12:04:52
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I came across this auction on Ebay (http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/231877809372?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&fromMakeTrack=true) and was hoping for an opinion or two.
On the surface it seems like a real bargain, 300 cds for just £60, but I was wondering what some of you thought, bargain or not?
Is it actually your listing and you're hoping someone who clicks on your link will buy it?
Probably just trying to drum up interest in the listing I agree Glittery, and TBH, I wouldn't give you 1/10th of that for them - I'm not sure I even own a CD player any more and I have all the music I want available through the internet on my phone - as does everyone I know (except my dad, who probably still has tapes!). Who needs to take up space with CDs?
I see it's ended now - however, for future reference, listing out the CDs is more likely to make someone invest: or you could just sell them online with someone like Ziffit, and not have to worry about chargebacks, scammers or anything else.
I don't think CDs are really worth anything any more. They're just something that takes up space. If you want to get rid of them, try music magpie or CEX.