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KristenLong Offline
#1 Posted : Wednesday, January 15, 2014 4:50:32 PM(UTC)
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Okay so it has been sitting there for a couple years and I still have not opened it. I think it is time to sell it! I don't know how much to sell it for. Can you guys give me some ideas!

I also have some cartridges that I am going to sell (not with the Imagine) Here are the prices I was thinking on those.. Do you think these are reasonable? Too High? To low?

All Brand New in Plastic:
French Manor $40
Letter Envy Font $55
Sophie $60
Out of Character $60
Home Decor Solutions Cartridge $20
Animal Antics $60
Shall We Dance $100


Thanks for your help!

Kristen

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#2 Posted : Wednesday, January 15, 2014 6:59:00 PM(UTC)
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eBay is always a good place to research prices for the various carts as well as the Imagine. My own opinion is that you might be a tad optimistic with your cart prices, but then I only shop bargains myself. Flapper
Good luck!
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#3 Posted : Wednesday, January 15, 2014 7:52:00 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: shylalp Go to Quoted Post
eBay is always a good place to research prices for the various carts as well as the Imagine. My own opinion is that you might be a tad optimistic with your cart prices, but then I only shop bargains myself. Flapper
Good luck!


I checked the sold items on ebay and thats where I came up with most of those. I like the bargains myself! lol. I just don't like to sell something cheap to someone to have them turn around and make money off of it! lol..

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#4 Posted : Friday, January 17, 2014 10:56:44 AM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: KristenLong Go to Quoted Post
I checked the sold items on ebay and thats where I came up with most of those. I like the bargains myself! lol. I just don't like to sell something cheap to someone to have them turn around and make money off of it! lol..



I just sold an Imagine with 10 carts, 2 new mats, 2 ink cartridges on EBay and only got $199. for it...very sad when I think I had at least $500. in all that, but no one really wants them anymore.
Mine was used about 5 times total and was everything in the original box and all the papers and cords , even the computer cord which I had to buy extra.
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#5 Posted : Monday, January 20, 2014 12:29:16 PM(UTC)
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I just sold an Imagine with 10 carts, 2 new mats, 2 ink cartridges on EBay and only got $199. for it...very sad when I think I had at least $500. in all that, but no one really wants them anymore.
Mine was used about 5 times total and was everything in the original box and all the papers and cords , even the computer cord which I had to buy extra.


I think that was one of the reasons I had never decided to sell it. But thinking about it... $200 is better in my hand, than a box sitting in my craft room. Right? Right! Oh I hope so!! lol

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#6 Posted : Monday, January 20, 2014 9:31:18 PM(UTC)
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I wanted to see mine too but after paying 500.00 just for the unit not including all the carts I have bought as well as ink for the machine. I checked ebay I saw one go for 109.00 with carts I was so depressed.

Now they are coming out with a new machine for 300.00 when the Imagine never worked the was it was supposed to in the first place. Now we are all losing so much money it is crazy. This new machine works with Ipad on work on android devices so I dont think I am going to invest anymore money on launches until I see it on the market for a while.

I won a cricut Imagine, gypsy, over 150 carts, expression, cricut cake so I think I will hold onto my money for a while longer.
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