Silent Hill: Shattered Memories (PSP) - NEW - £10.70 (Prime) / £12.69 (non Prime) Delivered - Sold and Fulfilled by Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Silent Hill: Shattered Memories (PSP) - NEW - £10.70 (Prime) / £12.69 (non Prime) Delivered - Sold and Fulfilled by Amazon

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A simply unmissable price for a brand-new and sealed copy of Silent Hill: Shattered Memories for the Playstation Portable console (PSP). Has sold/is selling for more than double this for a long time n…
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A simply unmissable price for a brand-new and sealed copy of Silent Hill: Shattered Memories for the Playstation Portable console (PSP). Has sold/is selling for more than double this for a long time now, so an absolute bargain, especially for any fans or collectors!

One of the best Silent Hill games in the series, and definitely one of the best PSP games - Grab it while you can, super hot!!
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#1
They only sell for £17-20 on eBay... once u post it and take fees off it'll make near to no money. :(
#2
Excellent price, definite heat from me. Bought one for the collection.
#3
damn just missed it
#4
Wish this was the Wii version.
#5
jamesw306
damn just missed it


It's still that price. You must be looking in the wrong place.
#6
had this on the wii great game
#7
Claydon94
They only sell for £17-20 on eBay... once u post it and take fees off it'll make near to no money. :(

Being ebay in some cases you'll make nothing at all
#8
OOS Sadly, missed it :(
1 Like #9
Claydon94
They only sell for £17-20 on eBay... once u post it and take fees off it'll make near to no money. :(

One of the funniest and dumbest things I've read in a while! This game only sells for 70-100% more than this on eBay..........Couldn't possibly be a bargain then!?

Who mentioned reselling? This is a brand-new and highly-collectible game, at nigh on half the price available elsewhere, and sold by a reliable retailer! Enough said, I think, particularly as this game will appreciate well relative to most other Silent Hill titles!
#10
damienkaye
Claydon94
They only sell for £17-20 on eBay... once u post it and take fees off it'll make near to no money. :(

One of the funniest and dumbest things I've read in a while! This game only sells for 70-100% more than this on eBay..........Couldn't possibly be a bargain then!?

Who mentioned reselling? This is a brand-new and highly-collectible game, at nigh on half the price available elsewhere, and sold by a reliable retailer! Enough said, I think, particularly as this game will appreciate well relative to most other Silent Hill titles!


​I'll have to admit I failed to see where you was saying to buy this and to sell it for a profit
#11
"One of the best Silent Hill games in the series"

Me and you are gonna have to have words. SH:SM is one of the WORST in the series.
1 Like #12
Claydon94
They only sell for £17-20 on eBay... once u post it and take fees off it'll make near to no money. :(

Even if you WERE to sell it for £17 to 20 (and not just, y'know, play it or keep it), after fees and postage you'd still be looking at making your money back plus around 30% margin on top - what more do you want, it's not like it's a valuable antique...

Edited By: morocco1 on Jan 09, 2017 14:01
#13
Is this the game where you can only RUN??
#14
Is this as good as Origins on the PSP?
#15
Series has gone down the toilet since the original trilogy. First game is still the best in my opinion.
#16
I miss my PSP. can't forget those good old days when I used to play psp
#17
morocco1
Claydon94
They only sell for £17-20 on eBay... once u post it and take fees off it'll make near to no money. :(
Even if you WERE to sell it for £17 to 20 (and not just, y'know, play it or keep it), after fees and postage you'd still be looking at making your money back plus around 30% margin on top - what more do you want, it's not like it's a valuable antique...

You're talking around 15% for PayPal & end of sale fees and then around the same again for postage (£2-4) depending on much you dot want to be **** or by some dodgy buyer. Probably talking £4-5 profit max, so totally not worth bothering with for that aim.

As a Silent Hill fan though I'd absolutely jump on this had I A) not missed the boat, and B) not paid £40 for a PS2 copy of this a few weeks back (I was at a wedding I didn't really want to go to and decided to treat myself)

Edited By: heeljames on Jan 09, 2017 19:22
#18
heeljames
morocco1
Claydon94
They only sell for £17-20 on eBay... once u post it and take fees off it'll make near to no money. :(
Even if you WERE to sell it for £17 to 20 (and not just, y'know, play it or keep it), after fees and postage you'd still be looking at making your money back plus around 30% margin on top - what more do you want, it's not like it's a valuable antique...
You're talking around 15% for PayPal & end of sale fees and then around the same again for postage (£2-4) depending on much you dot want to be **** or by some dodgy buyer. Probably talking £4-5 profit max, so totally not worth bothering with for that aim.
As a Silent Hill fan though I'd absolutely jump on this had I A) not missed the boat, and B) not paid £40 for a PS2 copy of this a few weeks back (I was at a wedding I didn't really want to go to and decided to treat myself)

Where the hell are you getting £2-4 for postage. Do you have any idea wtf your talking about. I sell on eBay you can send this for £1.27. If you send something like this for that amount you deserve to be ripped off
1 Like #19
NotoriousC
heeljames
morocco1
Claydon94
They only sell for £17-20 on eBay... once u post it and take fees off it'll make near to no money. :(
Even if you WERE to sell it for £17 to 20 (and not just, y'know, play it or keep it), after fees and postage you'd still be looking at making your money back plus around 30% margin on top - what more do you want, it's not like it's a valuable antique...
You're talking around 15% for PayPal & end of sale fees and then around the same again for postage (£2-4) depending on much you dot want to be **** or by some dodgy buyer. Probably talking £4-5 profit max, so totally not worth bothering with for that aim.
As a Silent Hill fan though I'd absolutely jump on this had I A) not missed the boat, and B) not paid £40 for a PS2 copy of this a few weeks back (I was at a wedding I didn't really want to go to and decided to treat myself)

Where the hell are you getting £2-4 for postage. Do you have any idea wtf your talking about. I sell on eBay you can send this for £1.27. If you send something like this for that amount you deserve to be ripped off


​if u don't send it recorded that's a deadly move on eBay.
#20
damienkaye
Claydon94
They only sell for £17-20 on eBay... once u post it and take fees off it'll make near to no money. :(

One of the funniest and dumbest things I've read in a while! This game only sells for 70-100% more than this on eBay..........Couldn't possibly be a bargain then!?

Who mentioned reselling? This is a brand-new and highly-collectible game, at nigh on half the price available elsewhere, and sold by a reliable retailer! Enough said, I think, particularly as this game will appreciate well relative to most other Silent Hill titles!


​Why on earth would you buy it to play it lol... it would be good awful now haha. spend a bit mate, #cheapAF.
#21
fattyuk
damienkaye
Claydon94
They only sell for £17-20 on eBay... once u post it and take fees off it'll make near to no money. :(

One of the funniest and dumbest things I've read in a while! This game only sells for 70-100% more than this on eBay..........Couldn't possibly be a bargain then!?

Who mentioned reselling? This is a brand-new and highly-collectible game, at nigh on half the price available elsewhere, and sold by a reliable retailer! Enough said, I think, particularly as this game will appreciate well relative to most other Silent Hill titles!


​I'll have to admit I failed to see where you was saying to buy this and to sell it for a profit


​it says "Has sold/is selling for more than double this for a long time now, so an absolute bargain" or am i the only one who can read?
#22
NotoriousC
heeljames
morocco1
Claydon94
They only sell for £17-20 on eBay... once u post it and take fees off it'll make near to no money. :(
Even if you WERE to sell it for £17 to 20 (and not just, y'know, play it or keep it), after fees and postage you'd still be looking at making your money back plus around 30% margin on top - what more do you want, it's not like it's a valuable antique...
You're talking around 15% for PayPal & end of sale fees and then around the same again for postage (£2-4) depending on much you dot want to be **** or by some dodgy buyer. Probably talking £4-5 profit max, so totally not worth bothering with for that aim.
As a Silent Hill fan though I'd absolutely jump on this had I A) not missed the boat, and B) not paid £40 for a PS2 copy of this a few weeks back (I was at a wedding I didn't really want to go to and decided to treat myself)
Where the hell are you getting £2-4 for postage. Do you have any idea wtf your talking about. I sell on eBay you can send this for £1.27. If you send something like this for that amount you deserve to be ripped off
For a recorded delivery it's around £2. If you are selling on eBay and sending things unrecorded then you are basically just asking to get robbed. My sellers account is over a decade old, think I know what I'm talking about here!
#23
heeljames
NotoriousC
heeljames
morocco1
Claydon94
They only sell for £17-20 on eBay... once u post it and take fees off it'll make near to no money. :(
Even if you WERE to sell it for £17 to 20 (and not just, y'know, play it or keep it), after fees and postage you'd still be looking at making your money back plus around 30% margin on top - what more do you want, it's not like it's a valuable antique...
You're talking around 15% for PayPal & end of sale fees and then around the same again for postage (£2-4) depending on much you dot want to be **** or by some dodgy buyer. Probably talking £4-5 profit max, so totally not worth bothering with for that aim.
As a Silent Hill fan though I'd absolutely jump on this had I A) not missed the boat, and B) not paid £40 for a PS2 copy of this a few weeks back (I was at a wedding I didn't really want to go to and decided to treat myself)
Where the hell are you getting £2-4 for postage. Do you have any idea wtf your talking about. I sell on eBay you can send this for £1.27. If you send something like this for that amount you deserve to be ripped off
For a recorded delivery it's around £2. If you are selling on eBay and sending things unrecorded then you are basically just asking to get robbed. My sellers account is over a decade old, think I know what I'm talking about here!

You must have **** customers, never had a problem with people saying stuff never arrived.
#24
NotoriousC
heeljames
NotoriousC
heeljames
morocco1
Claydon94
They only sell for £17-20 on eBay... once u post it and take fees off it'll make near to no money. :(
Even if you WERE to sell it for £17 to 20 (and not just, y'know, play it or keep it), after fees and postage you'd still be looking at making your money back plus around 30% margin on top - what more do you want, it's not like it's a valuable antique...
You're talking around 15% for PayPal & end of sale fees and then around the same again for postage (£2-4) depending on much you dot want to be **** or by some dodgy buyer. Probably talking £4-5 profit max, so totally not worth bothering with for that aim.
As a Silent Hill fan though I'd absolutely jump on this had I A) not missed the boat, and B) not paid £40 for a PS2 copy of this a few weeks back (I was at a wedding I didn't really want to go to and decided to treat myself)
Where the hell are you getting £2-4 for postage. Do you have any idea wtf your talking about. I sell on eBay you can send this for £1.27. If you send something like this for that amount you deserve to be ripped off
For a recorded delivery it's around £2. If you are selling on eBay and sending things unrecorded then you are basically just asking to get robbed. My sellers account is over a decade old, think I know what I'm talking about here!
You must have **** customers, never had a problem with people saying stuff never arrived.

You will eventually, too many users on that site that want something for nothing + eBay always sides with the buyer, which don't get me wrong isn't especially a bad thing but it does create people a little window for exploitation.
#25
NotoriousC
heeljames
NotoriousC
heeljames
morocco1
Claydon94
They only sell for £17-20 on eBay... once u post it and take fees off it'll make near to no money. :(
Even if you WERE to sell it for £17 to 20 (and not just, y'know, play it or keep it), after fees and postage you'd still be looking at making your money back plus around 30% margin on top - what more do you want, it's not like it's a valuable antique...
You're talking around 15% for PayPal & end of sale fees and then around the same again for postage (£2-4) depending on much you dot want to be **** or by some dodgy buyer. Probably talking £4-5 profit max, so totally not worth bothering with for that aim.
As a Silent Hill fan though I'd absolutely jump on this had I A) not missed the boat, and B) not paid £40 for a PS2 copy of this a few weeks back (I was at a wedding I didn't really want to go to and decided to treat myself)
Where the hell are you getting £2-4 for postage. Do you have any idea wtf your talking about. I sell on eBay you can send this for £1.27. If you send something like this for that amount you deserve to be ripped off
For a recorded delivery it's around £2. If you are selling on eBay and sending things unrecorded then you are basically just asking to get robbed. My sellers account is over a decade old, think I know what I'm talking about here!
You must have **** customers, never had a problem with people saying stuff never arrived.
Yeah, cool, don't come crying back when you inevitably fall foul.

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