#65 – “Buying and Selling”

Posted: November 28th, 2011 | 1 Comment »

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This week, we talk about buying and selling. From ebay to craigslist, new vs. used, and tactics for finding the best deal, we cover a lot of ground. Just in time for the holiday season.

One Comment on #65 – “Buying and Selling”

  1. 1 Prescott Perez-Fox said at 3:12 pm on December 2nd, 2011:

    I’ve bought and sold on Craig’s List and eBay and both are a fucking hassle. In fact, I’m currently embroiled in a “dispute” with an eBay buyer because apparently the post office lost the package (or he’s plain lying). It’s a nightmare.

    Gazelle was a great experience for me. Last year I traded in a bunch of old mobile phones and got $150 for a Motorola Droid (v1) which allowed me to get the iPhone for Verizon effectively for $50. The others were worthless, but Gazelle recycled ’em. Frankly, that’s just as good because I wasn’t doing anything with those. The problem is that Gazelle can’t take old Mac hardware (G5s, a loose iSight camera, etc.) and they also don’t buy back RAM, such as you might have after an upgrade.

    Do you know a place I can sell my old RAM sticks other than Craig’s List or eBay?

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