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Thread: For Auction: Ohana SK-70MG Spruce Top Soprano

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattclara View Post
    As it turns out, I didn't even think of listing it here until quite late in the auction. I will possibly consider giving UU first crack at the next one. I say "possibly" because the auction went well beyond what I ever thought I'd get for it. As it ended up, I bought a uke, played it for two months, and turned around and sold it for more than I bought it. I'm now trying to convince my wife that that's proof positive I should buy more ukes, but she's not having any of it yet. I'm still riding high on my $22 profit!
    That is funny. I haven't yet posted on ebay even though I know i could get more for the ukes that I sold on here but i feel like the ukes went to a new home. That is great that you made a profit. If my uke I have posted here doesn't sale in a week i suppose I can go to ebay with it. I doubt that I will make a profit but i might get more for it than what I want. Hopefully your wife will be fooled by your plot and then you will have many ukuleles.

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    When you take into consideration Paypal fees and Ebay fees... You probably broke even

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    Quote Originally Posted by dentuke View Post
    When you take into consideration Paypal fees and Ebay fees... You probably broke even
    $5.90 for PayPal, $1.80 for Ebay (auction insertions are currently free). So, yeah. Still, not bad for my first ukulele sale. I essentially used it for 2 months and was paid $13 for the trouble.

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    I take it the item is sold so I'm closing the thread.

    Nana ka maka; ho`olohe ka pepeiao;
    pa`a ka waha.

    Observe with the eyes; listen with the ears; shut the mouth.
    Thus one learns.


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