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Offer option
#21

RE: Offer option
great discussion and xstream nice to see you man. havent seen you in a while!
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#22

RE: Offer option
(06-26-2013, 12:22 PM)mrhurtado17 Wrote: great discussion and xstream nice to see you man. havent seen you in a while!
Smile I've been laying very low, but "glad to be back".
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#23

RE: Offer option
Hey folks, this is Rob from Burbank Sportscards. Don't usually chime in on public forums but this topic is something that we've worked very hard on over the past few years.

The BMP generally gets a bad rap out there for it's pricing. I've also heard that Burbank Sportscards in particular is totally out of hand on pricing. Everyone is welcome to their opinion, so here's mine.

To me anyways, the BMP is the most collector friendly of all the online sites. My recent calculations conclude that the site has 112 million cards on it or nearly 20 times as many as COMC has on it, and EBAY is even further behind.

The Beckett Marketplace also features a 25 cent minimum price and I'm guessing there are well over 25 million cards at that price on there. Compared to EBAY $1.00 minimum and COMC 45 cent minimum, that's a BIG difference!

The BMP also features dealers with large qty's of a given card, where as EBAY and COMC usually offer just one or small qty's at best.

Most dealers also feature a free s/h policy at $50.00 for singles in the Continental USA. So a customer could conceivably buy 200 different cards from a single dealer at 25 cents per for $50.00 dlvd. What would that cost on EBAY if the cards were even available there (most aren't these days btw)? $200 plus s/h from each individual dealer, that's how much. COMC isn't a much better option as 25 cents is built into every price already, plus there's additional s/h on top of that.

I can't speak for the rest of the BMP but I will tell all of you that we work very hard to give our customers the best possible shopping experience. We stock over 38 million cards on our site, our turn around times are the best in the business (just check our feedback here), and we've sold over 90,000 cards this MONTH alone on the BMP so we must be doing something right.

As far as make an offer goes, it's coming and it's coming soon. Lots of other collector friendly additions are coming as well that will make the BMP even better.

Rob Veres

Owner Burbank Sportscards
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#24

RE: Offer option
Thank you very much Rob for taking the time to chime in. I'm sure there's a lot of people/collectors out there that didn't know those details. Smile
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#25

RE: Offer option
(06-27-2013, 03:54 PM)bcs Wrote: Hey folks, this is Rob from Burbank Sportscards. Don't usually chime in on public forums but this topic is something that we've worked very hard on over the past few years.

The BMP generally gets a bad rap out there for it's pricing. I've also heard that Burbank Sportscards in particular is totally out of hand on pricing. Everyone is welcome to their opinion, so here's mine.

To me anyways, the BMP is the most collector friendly of all the online sites. My recent calculations conclude that the site has 112 million cards on it or nearly 20 times as many as COMC has on it, and EBAY is even further behind.

The Beckett Marketplace also features a 25 cent minimum price and I'm guessing there are well over 25 million cards at that price on there. Compared to EBAY $1.00 minimum and COMC 45 cent minimum, that's a BIG difference!

The BMP also features dealers with large qty's of a given card, where as EBAY and COMC usually offer just one or small qty's at best.

Most dealers also feature a free s/h policy at $50.00 for singles in the Continental USA. So a customer could conceivably buy 200 different cards from a single dealer at 25 cents per for $50.00 dlvd. What would that cost on EBAY if the cards were even available there (most aren't these days btw)? $200 plus s/h from each individual dealer, that's how much. COMC isn't a much better option as 25 cents is built into every price already, plus there's additional s/h on top of that.

I can't speak for the rest of the BMP but I will tell all of you that we work very hard to give our customers the best possible shopping experience. We stock over 38 million cards on our site, our turn around times are the best in the business (just check our feedback here), and we've sold over 90,000 cards this MONTH alone on the BMP so we must be doing something right.

As far as make an offer goes, it's coming and it's coming soon. Lots of other collector friendly additions are coming as well that will make the BMP even better.

Rob Veres

Owner Burbank Sportscards


Blah blah blah....just greedy pigs sugar coated.

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#26

RE: Offer option

I've contacted sellers in the past
to ask if they would consider lowering their price for an item.

Burbank, for example,
displays an email address and phone number
at the top of their seller page.

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#27

RE: Offer option
I thing, offer option should add & less costly.
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#28

RE: Offer option
I'm new but been selling on EBAY for years. Would like to sell on here but guess you have to be a dealer or hope someone looks at you profile.. The offer idea is bad for dealers cause of the swamp of low ball offers and time to look...Prices on here I thought were low in the racing stuff on certain items...Just because you want to buy at a good price does't mean you want the price low on Beckett...Selling a card over and over under current book value just decrease the cards value when there is record of it...Any sale on the internet is record of it...So asking to lower the price is like asking to devalue the card..I'm a racing collector and have my favorite drivers cards for sale on Beckett.. Don't think my cards show up on Market place though cause i'm not a dealer. But I have most same as book value but rare ones I have for more than book value. Cause when they sell that should help the market in a way as far as book values going up...who likes holding on to your favorite players?Drivers and never seeing prices change in 20 years.. pretty sad..


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