Ebay sales for the week of April 12-18 2015
Well last week was much better than the prior week which was only $139. 🙂
• Total Items in Store: 406
• Items Sold: 14 (1 was on Amazon)
• International 1 GSP
• Total Sales: $400.39
• Highest Price Sold: $130 (Tool on Amazon)
• Average Price Sold: $28.60
• Returns: 0
• Cost of Items Sold: $33
• Cost of items purchased this week $5
So the highest item sold last week was a tool that I sold on Amazon. But Ebay’s highest item was the following:
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Auction Format vs Buy It Now
So the above item sold at Best Offer of $75. Most of you probably already know this, but you can’t see the best offer price accepted through the print feature anymore. What you need to do now is just right click on the page and click “page info”. And you can scroll down and see the best offer price.
I am really trying to move inventory right now (in an attempt to get more organized) and was trying an experiment with auctions. I originally listed this at auction for $69.99. I think it was only a 3 day auction though. No bites. So if I don’t sell something at auction, I will then relist it at BIN. So I then upped the price to $89.99 and set best offer to auto accept at $69.99 or higher (the price I wanted with the auction). But I got an offer of $75 and accept. So now I’m thinking I’m glad it didn’t sell at auction. If I only had 1 person bid and it sold at $69.99 I would have been happy with that. (But then you always hope your item is so awesome there will be a bidding war, right?).
Keep your eye out for these Russian nesting dolls. These were actually from my personal collection. I studied in Vienna, Austria for a semester in college and went to Budapest, Hungary. We went to a flea market there and I had purchased these dolls. I forgot all about them until my Mother In Law brought them over a couple of weeks ago. They were stored in her house somewhere. (Hubby and I lived there for a while after we married and were renovating our home). Glad she found them.
So this week’s edition of Weirdbay is the following:
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I thought this was a bit weird, but very creative. Who wants this guys 24 years worth of portraits?
I really wish that this post could have gone live last Monday..but ain’t nobody got time for that!
How was that week for you?