The best deal you ever got on eBay... and the worst ripoff? 29 replies

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#21 13 years ago

the point is to just READ everything on the page before you bid... dont go and get click happy.




CHAKA VIP Member

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#22 13 years ago

I got a sweet Sylvester the cat tshirt for €3 (including p+p). I haven't really got ripped off yet.




Honey Bee

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#23 13 years ago

Did anyone see that guy who bought the air guitar from eBay, for quite alot of money? Madness...eekx.gif




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#24 13 years ago

I had an idea to sell sperm on Ebay for women who wanted kids. Buyer collects, if you get my meaning.




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#25 13 years ago

^ :lol: I've only used ebay once, mostly because i don't like it, nor do i trust it. But i got Star-Trek Bridge Commander for $33, when right now its going anywhere from $30-$70.




Rod Menass

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#26 13 years ago

I got my old computer for $400 on eBay 4 years ago. It was from the IBM store there and they had 20 of them for the highest bidders. It was a P3 933mhz and it's still around under my desk. As for worst ripoff... I haven't had any.




Retarded Butt-munkie

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#27 13 years ago

I got c&c renegade for only £3 when it had just come out on budget for 10. Full and original retail version. Bargin. Worst rip-off? I once saw a 9800pro which was at the time £120 brand new, selling for £250 and in the small-print it said- "please note this product does not work"




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#28 13 years ago

lol... that fine print can bite ya.




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#29 13 years ago

MY PSU for my new rig was $55 + Shipping on newegg.com and I got it for $23 shipped retail on ebay.




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#30 13 years ago
Elmobest deal i got was 2 tickets to greendays gig this sunday £40 :) so £20 each!

YOU ABSOLUTE FRIGGIN LEGEND! I LOVE GREENDAY!!!!!!!!!! Tell me how the gig goes, PLEASE! We don't use e-Bay in New Zealand (Thank God). We use one called trademe. Best deal I ever got was buying a Quiksilver snowboard for $10(NZ) thats worth over $550(NZ). Old lady selling it in an online "Garage Sale". Gotta love those "Buy now" options. I sole an FX5600 for $300. I had bought it for $80 and sold it two days later after finding I couldn't play Halo PC at full graphical settings lol. Ahh the old days. Worst thing I ever saw was a personalised plate (For a car) going for $100,000(NZ) which is about $70,000 US. I felt like abusing the absolute SHIT out of the seller... but you get banned lol. Theres a lot of plates going for ridiculous prices on trademe. It's pathetic. I'd never pay that much for a piece of metal that sits on my car. Whats worse is the number plate or personalised plate that was for sale for $100,000(NZ) said "1SALES" with the desciption "Be the best sales person out there with this funky, second hand number plate". *Nik1818 slaps current owner of that piece of shit*