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    Thumbs up Bunch Of Basketball Rookies On Ebay!

    I listed a whole bunch of my 2003-04 Bazooka & Bowman basketball rookies on ebay. All with very small minimum bids. Check them out and give me a bid or 2 :D

    My eBay Auctions

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    Less than a day left with many great rookies not even getting an opening bid of 49 cents! Get in now while you can!

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    30 minutes left with no opening bids on most including Bosh, LeBron, Darko rookies! Get your bids in now before time runs out!

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    is it even worth it to sell the cards when figuring in the auction fees?

    I wouldnt know I dont do small auctions so I dont even know how much they are...

    -Paul

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    Not really... but just trying to get rid of them. If I can find them a happy home for 49 cents, then so be it.

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    Originally posted by paul06901
    is it even worth it to sell the cards when figuring in the auction fees?

    I wouldnt know I dont do small auctions so I dont even know how much they are...

    -Paul
    Here's an actual breakdown if you care :

    Total eBay fees (insertion of all and final value of the ones that sold) :

    -$12.97

    Total Packaging charges (supplies for bubble mailer, penny sleeve, and top loader) :

    -$1.62 (0.18 per auction)

    Total postage charge (haven't been to the PO yet, but guessing) :

    -$5.40 (0.60 per envelope)

    Total money I'll get (after including $2 for shipping)

    +$29.20
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    So bottom line on the 9 auctions that I did sell, I turned a profit of $9.21. Obviously that # will be better the more I sell, but I only sold 9 of the 41 items I listed.

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    You do that 10 and you make $290 do it 100 times and you 2900, now doesn't that sound easy.

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