It's judgmental of you, not me . I did not mean to say that all foreigners are snobs. I just meant to say that those snobs who live abroad might do this. Snobs in USA do not have any reasons to use eBay. All stores have plenty of stock even today.Lazy snobs? Coz we live abroad? How completely judgmental of you. You're obviously a popular person aren't you
I've had a brief look earlier today. Being that I live in Australia it doesn't release here until late April at the earliest so I was considering buying one from eBay.
Overall the majority that I looked at weren't that overpriced. There was the random seller wanting $1200 for a 64GB but could also see plenty of 16GB models going for the $600 range, which although being higher than in a retail store in the States, isn't totally unreasonable for Australia as we always get jacked up prices when things first drop.
I'll wait til we get closer to the release and have some definite Australian release prices and if I can swing a deal through eBay then the $60 postage might be worth it. I just wish they'd hurry up and give us a date/price list for down here!!
Show off, check. Lazy, no. I went for a run this morning, I feel I deserve an iPad! Lol. My comment was as tongue in cheek as yoursIt's judgmental of you, not me . I did not mean to say that all foreigners are snobs. I just meant to say that those snobs who live abroad might do this. Snobs in USA do not have any reasons to use eBay. All stores have plenty of stock even today.
Don't forget that both eBay and PayPal will take their pound of flesh also. I sold my iPhone 2G last week and between the two of them that was about 10% gone.I bought two extras for eBay...a 16 GB and a 64GB (actually I had bought a 16, 32, and 64 and was going to keep the 16 but decided on the 32). I'll see what happens...if I can make $100 profit on each, it's worth it, why not...it's $200 for maybe 60 minutes total of my time (taking pictures, putting up the auctions, going to USPS to mail).