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FS: Microsoft XP Home Edition SP3 £65.00

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suspended6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months agoFeedback:14 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
I paid £67.00 for it a few weeks ago but the person i bought it for decided to use Vista.
So i'm looking to get back almost what i paid for it.
Box, CD, Key and instructions are there and the box has been opened but nothing has been used.
I can provide pictures if needed.
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suspended6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months agoFeedback:14 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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I'd offer £40 for it, but I couldn't pay until next Wednesday as I have a few things to go into the bank and a few things to buy before that. If you accept that price, let me know, remember XP is a very old OS now, so it's not worth much, and its not even Professional, so not worth the full £65 to be honest.
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AdzyUK
I'd offer £40 for it, but I couldn't pay until next Wednesday as I have a few things to go into the bank and a few things to buy before that. If you accept that price, let me know, remember XP is a very old OS now, so it's not worth much, and its not even Professional, so not worth the full £65 to be honest.


There are not many places you can purchase this, so the usual price is always around £65+
People are selling for even higher than that on Ebay too.
I will consider offers but they would have to be very close to asking.
Thanks for your offer though.
#3
Ah, that's the best price I'd offer, it's not worth that much more to be honest.

Thanks anyway...
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#5
DarkKnight
There are not many places you can purchase this, so the usual price is always around £65+
People are selling for even higher than that on Ebay too.
I will consider offers but they would have to be very close to asking.
Thanks for your offer though.


The key to looking at Ebay for your pricing is to look at the completed items, not the ones that are currently listed. Then you can see what it actually sells for. I can only see XP Prof sp3 OEM version actually being bought and they go for sub £30 inc P&P.

Search Ebay for item 330398618385 for example

To be honest if you have just paid £60 odd for it, they saw you coming.
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Uncle Monkey
The key to looking at Ebay for your pricing is to look at the completed items, not the ones that are currently listed. Then you can see what it actually sells for. I can only see XP Prof sp3 OEM version actually being bought and they go for sub £30 inc P&P.

http://*********.co.uk/Window-XP-Professional-Win-Pro-SP3-Full-OEM-Version_W0QQitemZ230428748539QQcmdZViewItemQQptZUK_Computing_Software_Software_SR?hash=item35a69faafb

To be honest if you have just paid £60 odd for it, they saw you coming.


Got it off Ebuyer.com.
Around £65 is the cheapest price online, so i feel it's priced correctly. I will accept offers slightly lower, but not half price or something.
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rayman;7676895
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banned#9
Blimey! - I sold a PC with XP disks etc for £30 only a few weeks back. Didnt realise the disks were worth this much!
banned#10
Uncle Monkey;7676942
The key to looking at Ebay for your pricing is to look at the completed items, not the ones that are currently listed. Then you can see what it actually sells for. I can only see XP Prof sp3 OEM version actually being bought and they go for sub £30 inc P&P.

Search Ebay for item 330398618385 for example

To be honest if you have just paid £60 odd for it, they saw you coming.

or 260542821616

£18 delivered!
suspended#11
Those Ebay listings seem dodgy. I mean they are selling like 50 at a time.
A lot seem to be from Germany too.
Very suspicious.
suspended#12
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Any offers?
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Can drop the price to £55.
banned#15
Thread closed.

No further pc related sales from now on, given this admission.

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