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Relisting Unsold Items

Just finished relisting unsold items in my online shop. I made a post about my online shop, Allen's Trip Shop , (read full post here, ).

Basically, I have some items that were part of my initial inventory that hasn't sold yet. I'm still hoping that these items sell. These are a couple of double sided flag football jerseys (one piece each of the San Diego Chargers and New York Giants ), a couple of long-sleeved NFL shirts ( New York Giants , Seattle Seahawks , and Philadelphia Eagles ), and some shirts. I also got some mugs and neck ties.

I'm thinking of reducing the price for each and perhaps opening it up for bidding in my eBay shop. Currently all items are available for a fixed price. Offering these items for a reduced price might be my first option and then I'll go ahead and post new photos and write a different description for each item. I'll use better keywords most likely and even think of putting these in a different category.

Aside from those, any other idea how I can sell these items without breaking my bank? Your inputs and suggestions are much appreciated.


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bestwriter wrote on September 9, 2014, 5:11 AM

eBay has auction options. May be you can take advantage of that.

allen0187 wrote on September 9, 2014, 6:15 AM

Yup, I might do that as a last option. I don't want to cut down my price too much though.

bestwriter wrote on September 9, 2014, 6:43 AM

Sometimes it is better to draw even than stack up things unsold. Just a thought.

Ellis wrote on September 9, 2014, 8:06 AM

I knew a chap once that had good quality carpets for sale at a really good price...sales were crap..he doubled the price and they sold like hot cakes...go figure..

BarbRad wrote on September 10, 2014, 2:46 AM

That's also been true for many booksellers when they raised their prices.

allen0187 wrote on February 10, 2015, 8:49 PM

Ellis and BarbRad , I might do that as well. Raise prices and see the items fly off the shelf.. go figure!