Selling a LARGE Item

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Ebay, Auctions, Car Boot & Jumble Sales
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samsavingssamsavings Forumite
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I am thinking of selling a table tennis table on eBay, but am confused as to how I should set out my postage?

So far, I think I will have to do a "buyer collects," but this is extremely detrimental to the ending price.

Is there another way? Will any companies deliver the item, and what will be the approximate cost?

Thanks, Sam
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  • robowenrobowen Forumite
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    samsavings wrote:
    I am thinking of selling a table tennis table on eBay, but am confused as to how I should set out my postage?

    So far, I think I will have to do a "buyer collects," but this is extremely detrimental to the ending price.

    Is there another way? Will any companies deliver the item, and what will be the approximate cost?

    Thanks, Sam

    Why will "buyer collect" be detrimental to the ending price ?
    Put on your listing "buyer to arrange own delivery"

    As for costs, only you will know that.
    how heavy is it ?
    what size is it ?
    can it be made smaller and packaged up ?

    when you know these answers, get the yellow pages out and ring some delivery people.

    ask them questions about what they can and cant do for you. ask how it must be packaged up before they will accept it.
    If only everything in life was as reliable...AS ME !!
    robowen 5/6/2005©

    ''Never take an idiot anywhere with you. You'll always find one when you get there.''
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