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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by felixroqu3, Sep 3, 2012.
Should i go for it?
Ya that seems like a pretty fair price.
Make sure it is not a scam artist trying to get you to ship it to Nigeria.
Be careful with that eBay instant sale. I've heard horror stories of how they will give you a lowball price after they actually receive it. I hope you get your $300 but I'm doubting they will give you that much since eBay "Instant Sale" is just eBay seller 'alltechwholesale' who resells all of those iPhones right there on eBay and by paying $300 for an iPhone 4 they're not making any money.
I've run into this too.
I'm curious about this, I've never done an ebay instant sale before. It says in their FAQ that as long as you describe the item accurately, the quoted price is what you get. But it only asks me If the phone is "fully functional", if I have the charger to include, and if the phone is working. That wouldn't account for anything cosmetic. I wonder if I'd get the quoted offer or not.
I've used instant sale 4 times and always gotten what they offered me. never had any issues with it. Plan on doing it again with my iPhone 4 in the coming weeks.
You'll get $300 for the 4S, but for the 4, you'll get $180 bucks.
I was offered $235 for a 4 (not a 4S) not 2-hours ago.
I just checked and for a 16gb iphone 4 AT&T they offer $180.06
It's at 163 now
It's supply and demand.
The more people trying to sell, the lower the offer.
235 for a 32 GB ATT hmm , sounds fair might consider this wondering if the offer would decreases post i5 release
wait it out.... I was offered 165 for an 8gb sprint on instant offer.. sold it for over 200 within an hour.
Craigslist in my area is about 325 for an iPhone 4 32GB unlocked give or take 25$. Ive been tracking ebay prices. They are about 360-390, after subtracting 40-45 in fees, you are looking at 320-340 plus all the hassle that goes with selling on ebay. Just too many scamsters, even the ones that reside in the US.