Craigslist would be my first bet, with Ebay a close second depending on
the size of the unit and hassle with shipping.
If you're near a large Metro area, Ebay would still be contender and you
could specify local pickup only.
On Monday, June 8, 2015 at 11:16:22 AM UTC-4, Unquestionably Confused wrote:
Some other factors:
You'll very likely get a significantly better price on Ebay.
But you also have to hand over about 15% to Ebay. I think
the final value fee is now 10%, plus people pay with Paypal
that then takes a cut, etc. You can take a look on Ebay and
see what the same or similar has sold for.
I don't blame you. I give everything I don't want to Goodwill, but if
it were something expensive, I'd fear the buyer wouldn't appreciate it,
woudn't treat it well, wouldn't know how to use it in some cases, would
give it to his 8 year old kid, etc.
I recently sold off my old vinyl collection to a local collector's record
shop and they took some of my old audio equipment at the same time, the
unneeded turntable for one, and gave me a reasonable price for everything.
Probably not maximized profit but it was a simple transaction that took all
of two hours including loading the Subie and driving there.
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