jimmy prices for profit packs

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ivrsell
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12 May 08 03:00:35 pm
hi jimmy ,
I Ireceived the profit packs boxes they are great, but im confused about the sticker that has 2 prices (high - low) the low is the price that i paid for the item and i should go from that price for profit ? or thats just a price that has all items ? i dont know what starting price to put on the items ... please help ..
thanks !

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12 May 08 04:06:43 pm
Hmm You should have a Price which is the original Retail and most of the items should have a price that states something like
`Was $49.00 Now $0.01 or something along that line. This is what we call a Writeoff. Its how retailers Completely Writeoff the Item.

If your item is a Markdown item it would say something like
`Was $49.00 Now $12.00 You would go by the Original Retail of the item if you want to direct your pricing properly. Generally the higher price is the Retail Value of the item.

What you start your pricing at is more or less your decision. I would say research the item before you price it. This will give you a general if not proper idea on how much they normally sell for. I as a rule don't list much under $9.99

If your item is worth $59.99 I start the bid at between $19.99 and $29.99 and above all take your time. If its worth over $100 I would start the bid at $49.99 or $59.99 Dont try to sell all the items in your packs in 1 week. As in starting the bids so low you risk selling them very low. Or you could risk loosing money on good items that could have sold nicely.


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12 May 08 05:13:03 pm
ok perfect.. Thanks Jimmy that was the anwser i was wating . :)

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