I save almost everything. Recently while cleaning I found something that just might be worth some bucks. Why do I think that? Because an item from McDonald's dating back from 98' just sold for thousands on ebay. What do you think, should I try it?
If there’s one downside to internet shopping, it’s that you don’t get the immediate gratification of having an item in your hands the moment you buy it.
But if eBay has its way, you could at least get some of your shiny new purchases within a few hours.
The sale of body parts is strictly forbidden on eBay. Souls, however, are apparently perfectly fine to put up for auction. We know this because eBay user Lori N is currently offering hers up on the auction site for the starting price of $2,000.
A poster of one of the oddities in the Bruce Springsteen‘s pre-fame career recently sold for $650 on eBay. The poster is for the “Ernie the Chickin’ Festival” at Newark State College in Union, N.J. on May 15, 1971. Music was performed by several local acts including the oddly named “Dr. Zoom and the Sonic Boom with Bruce Springsteen.”
An autographed Beatles ‘Please Please Me’ Red Parlophone single sold on Ebay on Nov. 14 for approximately $12,720.00. This rarity was signed on the A-side by George Harrison and John Lennon while signatures from Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr were on the B-side of the record, which plays ‘Ask Me Why.’
I agree with the author. Ebay at one time was the bomb, at least for me. Over the past few years however, I go to it only as a last resort. Not many deals on Ebay anymore.
Many of you know that I used to work at eBay, and today seemed like a good day to share some of some thoughts with you on what’s happening over there. For a long time, it was a magical place.