I just sold a NM gift card on eBay for $1000. The value of the card was around $1050. When I logged into my e-mail account this morning, I noticed that someone had sent me a question prior to the GC being purchased. It said - "I think you are joking with the price of this gift card. If you are selling it for $900 or less, contact me. Otherwise, good luck." Since the card sold, clearly, it wasn't a ridiculous price to set my card. Also, I researched eBay before I posted the auction, and the most that some cards had sold for was $450-$460 for a $500 value. I really thought that $1000 for something a little over $1050 was very fair. Why should I set my card at a much lower value? There are eBay and Paypal fees to consider - I am losing over $65 with it. So, after the fees, I am pocketing $935 minus the shipping fees (I am using registered mail). I am going to be losing around $140 for selling the card. And, after that kind of e-mail, did they really think that I would consider selling to them? Why do I feel like I have to justify something that I am selling? It's a lot of money to lose when I could have just kept it...but my FI was encouraging me to sell it and save the money towards our wedding. Thanks for letting me vent...people like that are the reason why I don't sell on eBay.