Hey Everyone! I have $150 and I’m looking to buy either a DK or sucction. Thanks!
Is it a good idea to state how much you want to spend before a deal is offered?
Sometimes it’s a good idea because it may motivate someone to move something that’s sitting in a case in a closet. Sometimes people have issues with “valuing” their throws - so in that instance this gives a baseline value to work with. Just my 2cents
I like to go ahead and offer what I’m willing to pay for one. It usually allows people to see that I am serious about buying one and if I’m going to pay it anyways I feel comfortable showing it upfront.
As Don McLean sang in one of his songs, “A horse is worth what you pay for it.”
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