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LEGO Star Wars 75022: Mandalorian Speeder £24.99 Sold by Amazon ( 7-8 days delivery)
LEGO Star Wars 75022: Mandalorian Speeder £24.99 Sold by Amazon ( 7-8 days delivery)

LEGO Star Wars 75022: Mandalorian Speeder £24.99 Sold by Amazon ( 7-8 days delivery)

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Ordered thanks.

Just ordered also...you have to look in the used/new section otherwise the price is double. Used new still sold from Amazon so if any problems will be easy return. Thanks for posting ;-)

zizzles

Are the ebay sellers voting cold?



Think that must be the case Zizzles. Cold votes from those trying to sell this on for £50+.

Why would they need a speeder don't they have jet packs?


Why does Darth Maul have robotic legs??

£37.99 buy it now is current cheapest on flea bay so bargain if you want one

UltimatePhoenix

Why does Darth Maul have robotic legs??



He gets cut in half by Obi Wan at the end of Phantom Menace.

zizzles

Are the ebay sellers voting cold?



Doesn't seem like something that's being sold a lot. You certainly can't buy this and then resell for profit that's for sure!

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Gorsti

Doesn't seem like something that's being sold a lot. You certainly can't … Doesn't seem like something that's being sold a lot. You certainly can't buy this and then resell for profit that's for sure!


Is that a fact?

zizzles

Is that a fact?



Well, look at the sold listings. Even if you were to get the quoted £38, take off eBay fees, Paypal fees, signed for shipping, packaging materials, tax and you might make a couple of quid for your efforts.

Rrp was £24.99, been discontinued for a couple of years. I don't reckon it's a set that many people will be searching for now it's retired and minifigures are not a great selection for most (in my view), so not one for buying with a view for selling many on eBay.

Gorsti - Bear in mind that not everyone has the same costs to consider - some people might only pay £1 ebay fee, £1 or so PayPal fees and sneak it through work for postage cost and packing materials... so £10 to be made but I doubt they'll sell in huge quantities.
Edited by: "caterham7" 11th Jun

caterham7

Bear in mind that not everyone has the same costs to consider - some … Bear in mind that not everyone has the same costs to consider - some people might only pay £1 ebay fee, £1 or so PayPal fees and sneak it through work for postage cost and packing materials... so £10 to be made but I doubt they'll sell in huge quantities.



True that. I suppose if you have access to those methods, can't hate the player.

sparc

He gets cut in half by Obi Wan at the end of Phantom Menace.



​I remember that, does he survive n come on another???
Kids have seen them all, i aint haha

caterham7

Rrp was £24.99, been discontinued for a couple of years. I don't reckon … Rrp was £24.99, been discontinued for a couple of years. I don't reckon it's a set that many people will be searching for now it's retired and minifigures are not a great selection for most (in my view), so not one for buying with a view for selling many on eBay. Gorsti - Bear in mind that not everyone has the same costs to consider - some people might only pay £1 ebay fee, £1 or so PayPal fees and sneak it through work for postage cost and packing materials... so £10 to be made but I doubt they'll sell in huge quantities.



You don't feel ashamed at all?

You don't feel ashamed at all?



Not me, just trying to illustrate a point that there could be very low costs for some people selling on eBay, rather than the often quoted assumption everyone pays full whack for fees, packaging and postage when selling on there.

I quite often get the £1 final fee deals every month or two, as do probably most non-business people who sell a few items regularly (I sell around 5-20 items per month of things I no longer want in my collections), so the 10% eBay fee rule is a worst case scenario for just those selling the occasional item.

I recycle packaging from things I've received at home or work when sending out items, so boxes and wrap doesn't cost me anything at all. Cheap multipacks of sellotape and packing tape are available from poundland, so there's a cost of a few pennies worth of tape (there are no doubt people that will take sellotape from their work stationery cupboard for free).

I don't use work postage to post out (post office certificates of posting for me on everything, even though I could reimburse work at the business reduced cost to use the work franking machine but I wouldn’t get a proof of posting if the item went missing). I am certain there are people that can and do sneak things through at their work without paying, so if they combine all these I expect there are people that could have virtually no costs other than paypal fees and a low eBay final value fee for selling items on eBay. For all I know some people may know how to get reduced paypal fees as well.

I also know that some people buying from retailers can also use theirs or a family staff discount and get items even cheaper than the general public, whether it’s a £25 Lego set or a £15,000 kitchen – I’ve a work colleague who uses his mothers Asda discount all the time when ordering online, and a family member who works for Next so buys all their xmas presents from there at a discount. So there’s another way people may be able to sell some items at what looks like a quid or two profit or even a break even cost.

caterham7

I also know that some people buying from retailers can also use theirs or … I also know that some people buying from retailers can also use theirs or a family staff discount and get items even cheaper than the general public



That's a fun one, I know Tesco at least really really does not like you reselling things you've bought with staff discount. Probably one of the easiest ways to get sacked, but no doubt it happens.
Edited by: "Gorsti" 12th Jun

Gorsti

Doesn't seem like something that's being sold a lot. You certainly can't … Doesn't seem like something that's being sold a lot. You certainly can't buy this and then resell for profit that's for sure!



Just sell it back on Amazon...

UltimatePhoenix

I remember that, does he survive n come on another??? Kids have seen them … I remember that, does he survive n come on another??? Kids have seen them all, i aint haha



yep... abridged story is: cut in half, dumped body found by his brother, given robot legs and goes mad, body revived and restored by 'dark magic', remembers everything, pursues Kenobi for revenge, kills Kenobi's girlfriend, spends years pursuing Kenobi some more, finds him... gets taken down with one swipe.

jazzdevil

yep... abridged story is: cut in half, dumped body found by his brother, … yep... abridged story is: cut in half, dumped body found by his brother, given robot legs and goes mad, body revived and restored by 'dark magic', remembers everything, pursues Kenobi for revenge, kills Kenobi's girlfriend, spends years pursuing Kenobi some more, finds him... gets taken down with one swipe.



​Which episode is that?? Or is it on the cartoon???

UltimatePhoenix

Which episode is that?? Or is it on the cartoon???


Cartoon, The Clone Wars for the body finding and maul going "mad", Star Wars Revels for "gets taken down with one swipe" (loved that episode)

funkeymunkey

Cartoon, The Clone Wars for the body finding and maul going "mad", Star … Cartoon, The Clone Wars for the body finding and maul going "mad", Star Wars Revels for "gets taken down with one swipe" (loved that episode)



​Ah cheers, never watched the cartoons!!!

UltimatePhoenix

Ah cheers, never watched the cartoons!!!


You should, i've heard the later seasons of Clone Wars were good, i've seen every epidosde of Star Wars Rebels and enjoyed it alot

funkeymunkey

You should, i've heard the later seasons of Clone Wars were good, i've … You should, i've heard the later seasons of Clone Wars were good, i've seen every epidosde of Star Wars Rebels and enjoyed it alot



​I might watch it next time son puts it on, started watching big bang theory atm!!

caterham7

Not me, just trying to illustrate a point that there could be very low … Not me, just trying to illustrate a point that there could be very low costs for some people selling on eBay, rather than the often quoted assumption everyone pays full whack for fees, packaging and postage when selling on there.I quite often get the £1 final fee deals every month or two, as do probably most non-business people who sell a few items regularly (I sell around 5-20 items per month of things I no longer want in my collections), so the 10% eBay fee rule is a worst case scenario for just those selling the occasional item. I recycle packaging from things I've received at home or work when sending out items, so boxes and wrap doesn't cost me anything at all. Cheap multipacks of sellotape and packing tape are available from poundland, so there's a cost of a few pennies worth of tape (there are no doubt people that will take sellotape from their work stationery cupboard for free).I don't use work postage to post out (post office certificates of posting for me on everything, even though I could reimburse work at the business reduced cost to use the work franking machine but I wouldn’t get a proof of posting if the item went missing). I am certain there are people that can and do sneak things through at their work without paying, so if they combine all these I expect there are people that could have virtually no costs other than paypal fees and a low eBay final value fee for selling items on eBay. For all I know some people may know how to get reduced paypal fees as well.I also know that some people buying from retailers can also use theirs or a family staff discount and get items even cheaper than the general public, whether it’s a £25 Lego set or a £15,000 kitchen – I’ve a work colleague who uses his mothers Asda discount all the time when ordering online, and a family member who works for Next so buys all their xmas presents from there at a discount. So there’s another way people may be able to sell some items at what looks like a quid or two profit or even a break even cost.



​Or charge ppl for P&P which ppl gladly pay if they want the item
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