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3300003 Brand Store for Sale (30% off) or Trade

TyoSoloTyoSolo Member Posts: 539
edited October 2012 in Marketplace
I'm selling or trading a #3300003 Brand Store. For all the details check the Bricktrader Marketplace at http://www.bricktrader.net/forumbase/topic/lego-brand-store/.

I will also extend the 30% off offer to the rest of my stock if you register at Bricktrader by Midnight, Friday 12th GMT.

Comments

  • tom4086tom4086 Member Posts: 689
    ^£100? These aren't selling for half that on eBay...
    cheshirecat
  • PhoneboothPhonebooth USMember Posts: 1,430
    wow. Maybe I should have gone to the Sheffield store opening...
  • TyoSoloTyoSolo Member Posts: 539
    edited October 2012
    That would be £70 with the 30% discount ;-). Come on though guys, remember the rules of the marketplace... commentary on price etc. is frowned upon. If you don't want it, walk on by.

    And having checked eBay - half? show me where? My price isn't bad, especially guaranteeing that it has come from someone who looked after it.
  • tom4086tom4086 Member Posts: 689
    Commentary is frowned upon? So honest opinions aren't tolerated in an open forum :)

    I won't drag on about the price, but since you asked
    ebay.co.uk/csc/i.html?_sacat=See-All-Categories&_from=R40&_nkw=lego+3300003&LH_Complete=1&rt=nc
    Black4evacheshirecat
  • PhoneboothPhonebooth USMember Posts: 1,430
    Commentary (on pricing) is frowned upon. Everything else is fair game.
  • drdavewatforddrdavewatford Hertfordshire, UKAdministrator Posts: 6,650
    tom4086 said:

    Commentary is frowned upon? So honest opinions aren't tolerated in an open forum :)

    From the sticky entitled "Marketplace Safety and Etiquette" :

    "Etiquette
    Please remember that the Marketplace is intended to connect trading partners and sellers with interested buyers.

    Members - especially those that have no intention to conduct direct business with the offering party - should not treat it as an opportunity to scrutinize the desired transaction, i.e. criticizing the asking price or mentioning alternate purchasing opportunities."

    If you don't like the price then don't buy....
  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 19,769
    edited October 2012
    If you think the price sucks and know there is a better deal out there, then post it in the relevant shopping thread. There is no need to mention what is for sale in the marketplace.
  • TyoSoloTyoSolo Member Posts: 539
    Thanks for the link - I'd already seen those auctions. I am open to offers though.
  • cheshirecatcheshirecat Member Posts: 5,332
    edited October 2012
    This probably isn't the place for it, but as others have gone off topic what the hell.

    I strongly think there should be no such rule on marketplace sales on the forum. Its not ebay, its not amazon market place. If a seller wants to sell something without commentary then there are places to do that, if someone wants to point out that the going price for a 3300003 isn't £100 then surely that's just helping the community - far more important in my opinion than keeping a marketplace thread clean and tidy.
    tom4086leemcgjadeireneAnseltheCatWeezyCupcake
  • tom4086tom4086 Member Posts: 689
    edited October 2012
    I agree @cheshirecat, but I don't think we'll change the rules, just have to play by them. If amazon or argos have an item that is overpriced, such as TRU, then folk are allowed to comment, but if its an individual, no such comment allowed. Maybe Marketplace is the wrong title....
    cheshirecat
  • TyoSoloTyoSolo Member Posts: 539
    Just to get the thread back on track:

    I'm selling or trading a #3300003 Brand Store. For all the details check the Bricktrader Marketplace at http://www.bricktrader.net/forumbase/topic/lego-brand-store/.

    I will also extend the 30% off offer to the rest of my Bricklink stock if you register at Bricktrader by Midnight, Friday 12th GMT. Still open to offers.
  • Bosstone100Bosstone100 USAMember Posts: 1,434
    How about if you have a problem with the price, you PM the seller. Maybe they aren't aware of the value of something and will change the price or they posted that price for a reason and that's how much they want.

    If you don't like the price, don't buy. Someone may be willing to purchase it for the listed price. Maybe they have dealt with the person before and might pay a little more knowing that what they are buying is exactly as described and will arrive in a timely fashion.
  • AmberylAmberyl Member Posts: 193
    Personally, I find reading pricing commentary to be very useful, but I can understand why sellers might not feel that way. :-)
  • TyoSoloTyoSolo Member Posts: 539
    Can you close this please mods. Trade agreed.
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