When Selling in the Classifieds

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Do you sell your NEW,UNUSED lingerie with tags still attached at the price you paid or lower cost?! I have the Satin and Lace Corset in 3X/4X which is NORMALLY what I wear but this piece is WAY to big on me I was just able to FINALLY have someone tie me into it just to discover it's too big. I am past my 60 days on the return policy so I am looking to sell this so I can order the next size down. What do you do in this case?!
Answers (private voting - your screen name will NOT appear in the results):
Sell for what I paid
Sell for less then I paid (explain how much less)
12  (71%)
Other-Explain
5  (29%)
Total votes: 17
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Lioncub Lioncub
Most of the items I've seen posted, even those brand new, are selling for less than full price often less than or right at half price. You can try to list it at full price and always come down if after a bit it doesn't sell.
08/05/2012
travelnurse travelnurse
Because of the sales that we get from EF It would probably be a good Idea to take at least 30% or more off of the price to get it sold.
08/05/2012
js250 js250
I suggest at least a 30% discount for selling it on the site. Or sell it on ebay--they average about 15% higher price.
08/05/2012
Sodom and Gomorrah Sodom and Gomorrah
Hmm try ebay? You might get your money back. Put the bid to start at the price you paid for it.
08/05/2012
DeliciousSurprise DeliciousSurprise
I wouldn't buy an item in the classifieds for less than 30% off the list price, because I can do a buyout and get it for 30% off with the ability to return it within 2 months--I'm buying it through a marketplace because it's offering me something that buying it from a retailer wouldn't offer me.
08/05/2012
Ryuson Ryuson
If they're brand new I usually ask about 60% of the selling price, and if it's used I usually ask for $30. If you're asking what you paid you have to think about it this way: Why would a user chose to pay you $40 for a $40 product on the classifieds paypal when they can buy it here, get free shipping, offset the price with points, and get a free gift?
08/05/2012
tami tami
half price is usually what I see items like this for sale at.
08/05/2012
Melan!e Melan!e
I've never sold anything in the classifieds but if I did, I would sell for less than I paid. Even if it were a new item. 30-40% less makes sense to me.
08/05/2012
Beck Beck
I usually go low actually. I sold my used FiFi and Revo for $25 each. However, I think a fair price is around 60% off of the original price, because you have to remember that the person can get 30% off with a buy out and that is brand new.
08/05/2012
Layenna Layenna
If I bought something for $50 that I couldn't return, I'd sell it advertised as new for ~$30-35. That would give at least an incentive considering you probably won't offer a money back return policy that a standard shipper would, as well as any reward points or bonus offers.
08/06/2012
Allstars316 Allstars316
I would go lower price. I have never sold anything. But that is what I would do.
08/06/2012
Total posts: 12
Unique posters: 12