Where do EBayers get their console games?

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ncazed
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25 May 06 09:22:47 am
After trawling through 99% of the wholesalers that are listed, not only here, but on other sites I have access to.
I still fail to find where EBay sellers get their Xbox360 stuff from.

How can they afford to sell new games at

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matt_16288
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3 Jun 06 03:10:02 pm
You need to buy in huge bulk to get these prices. Some people use ebay as a 'Loss Leader' to just drive traffic to their websites.

In most of these cases, the people selling cheap video games, are buying thousands of units at a time ;)

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bengalknights
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17 Jun 06 12:33:18 pm
They most likely shop at the same place i do

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hockeyplyr1034
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18 Aug 06 04:31:59 am
And where is that, that's the thing about most people on here, they find great sources and are usually too greedy to reveal them. If I knew some kind of secret that could help other people out you better bet I would let people know. Hell, if more people bought from your source he'd be getting more business and chances are, prices would go lower.

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egypt1234
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19 Aug 06 03:02:14 am
No actually thats not true, if more people wanted the products the prices would go up if your looking at supply and demand. When demand is more than the supply, prices go up. Just wanted to add that point.

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mana2006
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19 Aug 06 05:53:25 pm
I will agree that at times the prices will go up. I have also shared some sources with others. The other people started buying so much that in time I couldnt get any supplies. They basically took me out of the equation and I lost my supplier.

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