Advice on Selling A LV Bag

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  1. Hi,
    I am new to forum so I'm not sure if I'm doing this right but I wanted advice on selling a Speedy 35 monogram bag I bought in 2011. In the last 5 years I have only taken it out max 4 days total. It is still practically brand new and only has one tiny water mark. I put it on Tradesy after getting low quotes from Fashionphile and Yoogi's but I'm not sure about the price. With tax I paid about $800 but now the price has defiantly increased so what do you think would be a reasonable price to list it at? I was hoping to at least get what I paid out of it. Or is that unrealistic as it is used. Any advice is greatly appreciated as I've never sold anything.
     
  2. Wow that is very new! What currency? A Speedy 35 currently retails at approx CA$1500 (including tax). I would probably list at CA$1000 and see how it goes. Be prepared for the low ballers :sad:
     
  3. Currency is US. Now with tax it would be $1,060. After Tradesy gets their cut I would cash out for $806. I really would like to get back around $800 but I'm just not sure if that's possible. I'm not in a huge rush to sell it so I don't mind waiting. I did get a message about $650 but I just felt that for the condition it's in that's defiantly too low. Especially when I see others for that price or more in worse condition. I also don't want someone to over pay because I wouldn't want to over pay either.
     
  4. Wow! Yea, don't list at 800s and definetely not the 600s. Perhaps 950USD? Although it is high, I think people like the idea of saving some tax. If you are not in a rush, definetely wait it out. Hope you get the best offer :smile:
     
  5. Business 101: list it high and consider best offers.
     
  6. I'm glad to know I was on the right page with my thinking on the price. Thank you so much for the advice.
     
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