1. derik123derik123's Avatar
    I'm wondering how much my evo would sell for?
    here is my listing...
    HTC Evo 4G Clean ESN Mint Condition No Scratches - eBay (item 110652052367 end time Feb-27-11 18:07:24 PST)

    I'm looking for at least 320$ because I bought an EVO Shift for 320$.
    Any ideas of how much this ebay listing will sell for?
    02-23-2011 07:17 PM
  2. efn77mx's Avatar
    There's a proper forum for advertising things you have for sale...and this isn't it.
    02-23-2011 09:20 PM
  3. derik123derik123's Avatar
    There's a proper forum for advertising things you have for sale...and this isn't it.
    I'm not advertising... I asking. I don't need to advertise.. I'm just wondering how much it will probably sell for.
    02-23-2011 10:07 PM
  4. StealthTH's Avatar
    I'm wondering how much my evo would sell for?
    here is my listing...
    HTC Evo 4G Clean ESN Mint Condition No Scratches - eBay (item 110652052367 end time Feb-27-11 18:07:24 PST)

    I'm looking for at least 320$ because I bought an EVO Shift for 320$.
    Any ideas of how much this ebay listing will sell for?
    Just because you bought a Shift for $320 would not entitle you to $320 for you're EVO. EVO is an older phone than the shift. I'm not saying you can't get $320 for your EVO, I'm just saying it isn't logical to ask for that because that is how much you spent on the Shift /rant
    02-24-2011 12:36 AM
  5. netcub's Avatar
    It wont, because 85% of reserve auctions do not sell, because people dont bid on them.
    02-24-2011 12:54 AM
  6. kd0axs's Avatar
    It wont, because 85% of reserve auctions do not sell, because people dont bid on them.
    That's because most people set their reserve outrageously high. No one wants to waste time bidding just to find out they don't even meet the reserve price. Reserves are ok on rare items, but there are a million other EVOs on eBay so people will just move on to one with no reserve.

    You will have better luck if you just set a starting bid of $150 with no reserve. Otherwise just put it on craigslist with an outright asking price.

    Sent from my HTC EVO 4G with Tapatalk
    02-24-2011 06:57 AM
  7. FatalErrorz's Avatar
    They go for $250 out here on CL
    02-24-2011 10:55 AM
  8. wryun's Avatar
    Put it up on craigslist for $300 and you will be good.
    02-24-2011 09:17 PM
  9. MaxO's Avatar
    yea i would say the 300 range is about right
    02-25-2011 01:17 AM
  10. MBeattie's Avatar
    Craigslist is certainly the quicker method. Most people are on because there looking to buy that day or at least make plans for a purchase. I always Like to meet at the mall or some other neutral location. Bring a buddy along and you should find you'll have a fairly pleasant selling experience.
    02-25-2011 07:34 AM
  11. JamesKBoyd's Avatar
    Yeah, $300 for a used Evo (if it is indeed in perfect condition) sounds like a good price.
    02-25-2011 07:38 AM
  12. JamesKBoyd's Avatar
    PS: Depending on if you live in a populated area, Craigslist may be a much better bet than EBay.
    02-25-2011 07:40 AM
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