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post #11 of 14
I'd say $950 is ideal if everything is in good to excellent condition. Do you have the boxes for any of your items? If you do, probably could sell it for $1000 and then split up the shipping which sometimes costs cheaper than having one really heavy box.
post #12 of 14
Honestly it depends who you sell it to. If you were to sell it on OCN no one would pay the building price or anything near it. However if you were to sell it to someone who was going to buy a prebuilt at best buy instead, you could get 2 grand for it. I'm not saying you should scam anyone like dell or hp does, but you could sell it for a grand to someone who doesn't know much about computers. that way you get plenty of money for it, AND they save money over getting some crappy acer!
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Samsung 830 Series 256GB Samsung Spinpoint f4 2TB Samsung dvd/cd read and write Windows 7 Ultimate x64 
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25" 1920x1080 Cougar CMX-1000 Cooler Master Cosmos II Razer Lachesis 
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Anyone recommend Fleabay? Ans what price for ebay? Also, Craigs? Price over there?
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Originally Posted by MeeMoo220 View Post
Anyone recommend Fleabay? Ans what price for ebay? Also, Craigs? Price over there?
The prices I came up with are kind of a combination between ebay, craigslist, and if they're still being sold. With ebay, it's all in how you present it. The more high quality pictures the better chance you are at higher prices. Not to mention decent shipping prices. Don't be like those morons that have the item at $0.01, but charge $60 in shipping.

And as stated on another thread, it all depends where you try to sell it. If you try to sell it on here assembled, people would more than likely ask to part it out. Same thing with ebay, you might have a better chance of getting more money parting it out. Craigslist on the other hand, could go either way. Usually what I do is start higher on craigslist cause you know people are going to lowball you.
Edited by Rit - 3/14/11 at 6:45pm
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