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  • #16
    A well written e-bay ad for a desirable product might as well be listed with a $1 minimum bid. That way, you get tons of bidders. Eventually, the looky-loos are left behind, and you are left with a war between serious bidders. High starting bids are just for sellers lacking confidence in the value of their products, IMHO.
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    • #17
      I agree.........starting it a $1 up to $9.99 is the same listing price and more people would be opt to bid and/or add the item to their watch page and try to snipe it within the last few minutes of the auction.
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      • #18
        Actually, from what I understand, there are now no listing fees for the first 5 items you list in a 30 day period. You do have to pay a percentage of the item's final value, no more than $20 for the first five items listed in a 30 day period.

        However, there is also Paypal to contend with, and they charge about 3%. $30 might be a good place to start. I'd say be sure to mention that there were only 50 of these printed.

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