Cue selling 101

Cue selling 101

Post by Peggy Clar » Wed, 16 Dec 1998 04:00:00


If you had a $300 cue to sell, where would you try to sell
it?  How about a $1200 cue?

I've thought of going through Ebay.  What are the drawbacks?

Right now they're at a pool hall & not even getting looked
at.

I also may have the option of having Joe Salazar try to sell
them on the Texas Express tour.

Thanks
Peggy in kc

 
 
 

Cue selling 101

Post by Alig8orM » Wed, 16 Dec 1998 04:00:00

Quote:

>If you had a $300 cue to sell, where would you try to sell
>it?  How about a $1200 cue?<<

Depends on the cuemaker. I had a highly custom Randy Andersen
cue, from Witchita, KS, in NJ no one had ever heard of him. It
took me along time to sell it, I ended up taking a little less than I
wanted, but that is the way it goes. Carry it with you, when you
go around. Post an AD: here in RSB, couldn't hurt. But watch
the flames. There are alos some online consignment places.
*** Abbott has one, Century 21 Billiards, Billiardwarehouse.com,
etc..

Quote:
>I've thought of going through Ebay.  What are the drawbacks?<<

If you don't have feedback (positive) people may be hesitant to
bid. Otherwise all my Ebay dealings have been positive.

Quote:
>I also may have the option of having Joe Salazar try to sell
>them on the Texas Express tour.

What ever it takes. Joe gets around, he should be able to move it.
But with all his cues, it may not get the attention right away.
So be patient.

          Joe

Quote:
>Thanks
>Peggy in kc

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Cue selling 101

Post by Jim Bar » Wed, 16 Dec 1998 04:00:00

Quote:

> If you had a $300 cue to sell, where would you try to sell
> it?  How about a $1200 cue?

I'd sell them both to your good friend Jim for about 100 bucks each :-)

Quote:

> I've thought of going through Ebay.  What are the drawbacks?

You can put a reserve price on your cues at Ebay and if the reserve is
not met then you don't have to sell. If they don't sell I think all you
are responsible for is a small listing fee to Ebay. If they do sell then
there is an additional fee.

Jim Barr
Cue-less in KC :-(

 
 
 

Cue selling 101

Post by Edison J. Buf » Wed, 30 Dec 1998 04:00:00

Peggy,
    You might consider a consignment deal with one of the internet
suppliers.  Check out my site at  aq4u.com .  I also have a do it
yourself setup.  Try it, you might like it.
Ed

 
 
 

Cue selling 101

Post by FG in Richmond, Va » Wed, 30 Dec 1998 04:00:00

The URL is broken.
Frank

 Check out my site at  (aq4u.com) .
 
 
 

Cue selling 101

Post by Edison J. Buf » Thu, 31 Dec 1998 04:00:00

Your pardon all, I thought this browser and e-mail program worked in a
simple and logical way.  HA!   Anyway, my site can be found at
http://www.aq4u.com..  I'll figure out how to attach a link to a post
another time.

Ed