I started listing Star Wars books this morning, particularly some Rogue One #1 and Mace Windu #5 Action Figure variants. Some have BIN but most starting out at $1 7-day auctions.
See my Star Wars listings here.
I did have a 1:25 Dodson Variant of Rogue One but someone didn’t want to bid on it and took my BIN price.
I said some months ago I never messed around with, “Star Wars,” spec as I didn’t feel I knew enough to do a decent job at speccing. Now all this SW stuff is hot and I’m having a little bit of FOMO…
Buy all mine to play catch up…
If you don’t want to wait 7 days, I have the exact same book (Mace 5) plus the other variants up BIN.
Pfftt… but they might snag at bargain auction prices with mine…
One sold…time to list another…
I’m keeping the price high for ya, brah.
Those STAR WARS INSIDERs are also great to pick up and sell… mainly the variants that don’t have all the fonts on the front…
I made the price more appealing for you… did you not see where one of my JTC Mace Windu #5 Action Figures ended at?
The $237 one? Did that person actually pay you?
Looks like three people put in ridiculous bids last second…and one got burned.
I mean, you sold another for $76 the same day!
Oddly enough, my sale at $99.95 is still the second highest raw sale…what were those three thinking?
Yes and they’re a CHU reader. They didnt think it would go over $150 but put in a max bid much higher to ensure they win it. It went way higher than even I anticipated so I rewarded them with a bunch of extra books
Yeah, there are some that play those games…just bid ridiculously high to make sure you win…but if others are doing the same it can backfire…in a big way.
If you put in the max amount your willing to spend, you never lose, even if you don’t actually win it.
That is the way I do things at real auctions. I don’t even look at the other person or persons bidding. I have a price in my head and stop if it goes over that price.
Hills is where the toys “were”…: