What's a good selling price for a 20gb iPod Photo?

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  1. wangchunggti337 macrumors regular

    wangchunggti337

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    My friend is interested in buying my iPod Photo, and I want to make sure to sell for a fair price for both of us.

    My iPod is in great condition (i'm very anal about my iPods, haha). I left the clear plastic on the click wheel and put a screen protector on the back since day one. I also have kept it in a case at all times. There are no blemishes at all and I actually don't use it that often.

    Accessories would include:
    -original box
    -headphones
    -usb cable and wall charger
    -apple iPod dock with audio out
    -black leather incase portfolio case ($39 new)
    -monster cable fm transmitter ($49 new)

    I am wondering what's a good price with just the iPod and its original accessories, and how much the price differs if I include the dock, transmitter, and case.

    Thanks for the help :)
     
  2. wangchunggti337 thread starter macrumors regular

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    Anyone?

    If it helps for comparison, I thought 200 for everything would be fair.
     
  3. wangchunggti337 thread starter macrumors regular

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    I know some of you have opinions... let's hear them :)
     
  4. zioxide macrumors 603

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    Seems like they're going for around $125 on ebay so I'd say about that is a good price with the accessories since he's your friend.
     
  5. wangchunggti337 thread starter macrumors regular

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    Yeah, that would be a nice gesture to throw in the accessories. What if it were on eBay, would the accessories fetch any more?

    Thanks,
    Jim
     
  6. rockthecasbah macrumors 68020

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    I'd say that a fair price for all that would be $200. $120 for the iPod itself and $80 for the accessories, especially since it's a friend. I'd say if you were to sell them individually you could probably catch more on eBay, but that's a fair price between friends, maybe a bit more like low 200s up to about $230 would be fair since that is a good amount of accessories.

    200-230 i'd say. If someone else could back me up on that i'd appreciate it, that's just what seems fair right now.
     
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    IMO, $200 is way high considering he can get a brand new 30GB iPod that plays video for $299...

    I'd say around $160 for the iPod plus the accessories you can't use with a new iPod :)
     
  9. rockthecasbah macrumors 68020

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    Well that $300 is without any accessories, as i stated in my first post i thought 120 for the iPod itself was fair. The fact is that he has so many accessories, many of which are pretty expensive new i thought $80 was fair. If you sold them all on eBay i'd say you'd probably get that.
     
  10. xfiftyfour macrumors 68030

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    I'd say $200 is ridiculously high even with the accessories, IMO. I just sold a 60gb iPod Video on eBay with an apple radio remote and an InvisiShield (plus 6 months of warranty left) and only got $240 shipped. I'd say like $150 max is a fair price.. anything higher and the seller is makin' out big time.
     
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    Since it is immaculate and there are accessories, but since it is an older model, I would say 120 is fair for the actual iPod, and then 60 for the add-ins, so a grande total of $180 seems more than fair.
     
  12. rogersmj macrumors 68020

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    The 30GB iPod has been $249 for six months. The refurb one is $209.

    I'd say ask about $150, maybe $175 max for everything.
     
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