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  • Originally posted by narl View Post
    They're over £250 new, so seems a decent price.
    What a bargain at £102!
    Snooker Crazy - Cues and Equipment Sales Website
    Snooker Crazy - Facebook Page
    Snooker Crazy - You Tube Channel

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    • Originally posted by Andrew watt View Post
      I'm selling the cues on eBay. I sold a cue last week and was trying for a deal outside to avoid fees. eBay messaged me saying they would be watching my account. That's why I said no to you.
      I feel for you as the fees they charge to advertise can sometimes be more than what a seller makes in profit.

      By the time a person pays their ebay, paypal, postage it's really not worth the effort unless you have a decent margin in a product to start with!
      Snooker Crazy - Cues and Equipment Sales Website
      Snooker Crazy - Facebook Page
      Snooker Crazy - You Tube Channel

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      • Originally posted by Shockerz View Post
        I feel for you as the fees they charge to advertise can sometimes be more than what a seller makes in profit.

        By the time a person pays their ebay, paypal, postage it's really not worth the effort unless you have a decent margin in a product to start with!
        Yeah to be honest ebay just makes alot of things not worth it. Im sort of on a collection hunt and am actually heading up to scotland to visit the zoo at the end of may at would have happily paid the money up front for the cue and taken it away. Sort of planning a trip where i can drive up from london and stop by different cue makers to have a look inside

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        • Originally posted by Shockerz View Post
          I feel for you as the fees they charge to advertise can sometimes be more than what a seller makes in profit.

          By the time a person pays their ebay, paypal, postage it's really not worth the effort unless you have a decent margin in a product to start with!
          I used to think ebay fees were high, until I started bidding and buying on a few items from the mainstream auction houses.


          Some fees are 28% !!! and that's before any post and packaging costs. . . .
          Last edited by billabong; 15th April 2017, 09:55 AM.

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          • Originally posted by Shockerz View Post
            I feel for you as the fees they charge to advertise can sometimes be more than what a seller makes in profit.

            By the time a person pays their ebay, paypal, postage it's really not worth the effort unless you have a decent margin in a product to start with!
            Usually I would agree but I have a discount code from eBay. Final sale price is £1

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            • Originally posted by thai_son22 View Post
              Yeah to be honest ebay just makes alot of things not worth it. Im sort of on a collection hunt and am actually heading up to scotland to visit the zoo at the end of may at would have happily paid the money up front for the cue and taken it away. Sort of planning a trip where i can drive up from london and stop by different cue makers to have a look inside
              Feel free to make an offer.

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              • You're meant to have a fibre pad between the tip and blackspin ferrule otherwise it can put a lot of stress on it

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                • Originally posted by Shockerz View Post
                  What a bargain at £102!
                  It says reserve not met so assume it didn't sell ??

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                  • The burrwood on that MW maple is amazing looking.

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                    • Originally posted by Andrew watt View Post
                      I'm selling the cues on eBay. I sold a cue last week and was trying for a deal outside to avoid fees. eBay messaged me saying they would be watching my account. That's why I said no to you.
                      I get those a lot.
                      https://www.ebay.co.uk/str/adr147

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                      • Look at this on eBay http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/132161139519

                        The guy with the feet strikes back. This time he has socks on

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                        • Originally posted by thai_son22 View Post
                          Look at this on eBay http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/132161139519

                          The guy with the feet strikes back. This time he has socks on
                          damage has been done. no chance of a sale to me now!

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                          • I already own a few similar things but this looks like value at the moment. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/CHERISHED-...EAAOSwTM5Y7-2-
                            https://www.ebay.co.uk/str/adr147

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                            • http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/snooker-cu...4AAOSwE0JY9OMt

                              The single arrow cue back again. Wasn't it someone on here who bought it a couple of months back?

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                              • Originally posted by narl View Post
                                http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/snooker-cu...4AAOSwE0JY9OMt

                                The single arrow cue back again. Wasn't it someone on here who bought it a couple of months back?
                                Is it me or does the badge not sit right?

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