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wdwfreak
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Posted: 8/11/14 at 03:11pm









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haterobics
Broadway Legend
joined:3/29/14
Dogfight Signed Poster for Sale
Posted: 8/11/14 at 03:23pm
I think you make more money with auctions with low starting prices, although you won't know how much until the last few seconds, when people enter crazy amounts to outbid each other. I sold 100+ Broadway magnets on there recently, all with a $0.99 starting price and some went for $35, $45, $55... way more than any of them were worth, and only because of sniping. It looked like the auction was going to be a failure until right before it ended...

If you're concerned, you can always add a reserve price to make sure if sells for a certain minimum amount (although then you'll get a ton of e-mails asking what the reserve is set at).

I think it is harder to get someone to pay a high price outright, but whatever works.
formerly oasisjeff on here.
wdwfreak
Broadway Legend
joined:10/14/08
Dogfight Signed Poster for Sale
Posted: 8/11/14 at 03:41pm
Thanks for the advice. I'm gonna see how it goes during this time limit then I'll try your technique.
gleek4114
Broadway Star
joined:5/24/13
Dogfight Signed Poster for Sale
Posted: 8/11/14 at 03:43pm
I agree. Also a tip: If you live in the city you should take it to "You Can't Take It With You" and try to add Annaleigh to the signatures. She has a CRAZY fan base that would pay top dollar for this poster. I would buy it but I already have one (signed by Derek, Lindsay, and Annaleigh).
wdwfreak
Broadway Legend
joined:10/14/08
Dogfight Signed Poster for Sale
Posted: 8/12/14 at 11:35am
BUMP!
wdwfreak
Broadway Legend
joined:10/14/08
Dogfight Signed Poster for Sale
Posted: 8/12/14 at 11:33pm
Bump! I changed the listing to include a reserve like haterobics suggested!
haterobics
Broadway Legend
joined:3/29/14
Dogfight Signed Poster for Sale
Posted: 8/13/14 at 01:46am
Well, it is a better strategy when you have it listed for an entire week. You want it to have time to get bidders, but more importantly watchers. The watchers are the crazy ones who will be back later for the bidding frenzy.
formerly oasisjeff on here.
wdwfreak
Broadway Legend
joined:10/14/08
Dogfight Signed Poster for Sale
Posted: 8/14/14 at 01:57pm
Bump!
wdwfreak
Broadway Legend
joined:10/14/08
Dogfight Signed Poster for Sale
Posted: 8/19/14 at 02:04pm

Updated On: 8/26/14 at 02:04 PM
wdwfreak
Broadway Legend
joined:10/14/08
Dogfight Signed Poster for Sale
Posted: 8/22/14 at 09:53pm
The poster has less than 30 minutes until it goes off. If it doesn't sell, it will be relisted for the last time.
wdwfreak
Broadway Legend
joined:10/14/08
Dogfight Signed Poster for Sale
Posted: 8/25/14 at 10:17pm


Updated On: 8/26/14 at 10:17 PM
Jordan Catalano
Broadway Legend
joined:10/9/05
Dogfight Signed Poster for Sale
Posted: 8/25/14 at 10:24pm
I hate to say it, but maybe nobody wants it. If it was signed by the full cast, I'd say that $60 would be a good price for it, but only signed by two people, it's just not worth much. If either of them gets to be ridiculously famous, that price might go up to $75 but I doubt it ever will....

You have a bid for $30 on it. You should just take that.
gleek4114
Broadway Star
joined:5/24/13
Dogfight Signed Poster for Sale
Posted: 8/25/14 at 10:36pm
It's deffiantely worth a lot of money, you just have to find the right buyer.
Jordan Catalano
Broadway Legend
joined:10/9/05
Dogfight Signed Poster for Sale
Posted: 8/25/14 at 10:39pm
Lol
FishermanBob
Broadway Legend
joined:7/9/12
Dogfight Signed Poster for Sale
Posted: 8/25/14 at 10:43pm
"It's deffiantely worth a lot of money, you just have to find the right buyer."

Yes, the right buyer, one who would defy all common sense by deffiantely paying a lot more than it is worth.
Jordan Catalano
Broadway Legend
joined:10/9/05
Dogfight Signed Poster for Sale
Posted: 8/25/14 at 10:44pm
No, Bob. It's worth a lot of money. You just don't understand math.
gleek4114
Broadway Star
joined:5/24/13
Dogfight Signed Poster for Sale
Posted: 8/25/14 at 10:45pm
^ Exactly. One mans trash is another's treasure.
FishermanBob
Broadway Legend
joined:7/9/12
Dogfight Signed Poster for Sale
Posted: 8/25/14 at 10:45pm
Or spelling
Jordan Catalano
Broadway Legend
joined:10/9/05
Dogfight Signed Poster for Sale
Posted: 8/25/14 at 10:56pm
Nobody is saying its trash. Just that it's not valuable. Just because you'd like it to be worth a lot of money doesn't mean it is.

And it isn't.
Jay Lerner-Z
Broadway Legend
joined:4/4/11
Dogfight Signed Poster for Sale
Posted: 8/25/14 at 11:05pm
I put my toenail clippings on eBay last week and they sold for $70,000.
FishermanBob
Broadway Legend
joined:7/9/12
Dogfight Signed Poster for Sale
Posted: 8/26/14 at 12:30am
How can some crummy OLD poster signed by some woman named Gertrude possibly be worth more than a Dogfight poster. I mean it's DOGFIGHT for God's sake.

By the way I hope gleek is right about "One mans trash is another's treasure". I just polished off a container of Ben $ Jerry's. What are my bids for the empty container. I'll even wash it.
mattmarkowski99
Understudy
joined:5/2/14
Dogfight Signed Poster for Sale
Posted: 8/26/14 at 02:57am
Your reserve for the poster is at a $100! You will never get it for that much. Just like other people are saying, maybe $60. But $100 for a poster signed by two people and looks a little damaged, no way.
wdwfreak
Broadway Legend
joined:10/14/08
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Posted: 8/26/14 at 09:43am
mattmarkowski99
Understudy
joined:5/2/14
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Posted: 8/26/14 at 09:51am
Why are deleting this a removing all of the links? We are just telling you the truth
tazber
Broadway Legend
joined:5/10/05
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Posted: 8/26/14 at 11:04am
You'd be surprised what some people would pay for stuff.

Just last week I bought someone's toenail clippings for $70,000.
....but the world goes 'round

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