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Thread: LeBron Card Question

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    LeBron Card Question

    Ok...this card Books $100....and im thinking about putting it on ebay..but i do not know which to do.....heres my choices...

    1. Set a Reserve Price for $100.....
    2. Post a Buy It Now Price For $100......
    3. Just Let Them Bid On It.....

    i dont like #3 much because what if somone wins it for $5...that would suck SOOO badly..pls help me out on this.....any help is appreciated

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    03-04 Fleer Showcase #130 (#'ed 715/1000).....I see one on ebay with (755/1000) with a staring bid of $.23 cents........and it books $100...thats messed up

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    I would start it for around that price and let it go. I've seen alot of his high end rookies going for close to book. I can guarantee you're not going to have it end at $5. Good luck!!

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    i would like to atleast start it out at half bv.............shewe...this is

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    if you put a reserve of $100, no one will bid on it

    put it up for $0.01 and attract a bunch of bidders

    then 1-2 hours before auction ends, if you don't like what you seee, pull the auction

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    i thought that u couldnt do that? i thought once it was there..u had to leave it for bidders..??....

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    Lebron cards are the rare cards these days that might bring half book, but if you start out high, no one will bid on it at all (no bidding war can take place then). I have always started out auctions at 9.99 or so, and usually people bid them up to where the price is fair. I don't agree with ending auctions early, but you probably could do that too.

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