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    Default Random advice

    We have a 1.5 year old mountain buggy nano in near perfect condition that we are ready to sell on the buy swap sell but don't know how much to list it for and after advice on listing prices?

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    Not sure if this would help. I bought one in 2015 in the USA for $199 and sold it in London late last year for £90. They hold their value pretty well, especially if it is in good condition (we seldom used ours for travel only). What did you pay for it?

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    Just under $500

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    We just sold ours for $280 on gumtree, it was about a year old was in pretty good shape. We had used it for a lot of travel through Europe over christmas so had quite a few scratches and a little rip on the seat. Not all airlines let us take it on the plane so it got a little banged up from that. We paid $380 for ours new and listed it for $300 the lady came to look at it and offered $280

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    Due to it being in such great condition, maybe try listing for $300 to begin with?

    I would normally say for most items to list for a little less than half the price of what you paid for it new, but in the case of prams and bigger ticket items, people will always try to beat you down on the price.

    If you want it gone fairly quickly, list for less (maybe $260?).

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    DH listed it for $220 and it sold straight away with 4 more people wanting to know if it doesn't get picked up

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    Quote Originally Posted by loodle View Post
    DH listed it for $220 and it sold straight away with 4 more people wanting to know if it doesn't get picked up
    That's great loodle!

    Especially good that there are other buyers lined up should the first buyer fall through.

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    Happy to report the stroller was collected and buyer didn't even haggle with the price just happy with how small it folds and how good of condition it was in

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