Tuesday, 29 July 2008

Save Money Using Ebay...without getting on seller's nerves!

Ok...so the blog has gone a bit consumer crazy lately but I'm on a bit of a mission!
Anyway... there are plenty of bargains to be had on ebay. Everyone's heard of auction sniper tools...they lurke around auctions putting late bids on things and driving sellers crazy!

There is a way to save money using ebay another way... a bit sneaky...but it's a win-win for you and the seller!

First...hunt down items using spelling errors on ebay...using websites such as
http://www.auction-typos.co.uk

These are great sites to mooch around on as there are loads of items on there with simple spelling errors, meaning that prospective bidders can't find them, therefore next to no (or no) bids!

Next, take a note of the item details and hop on over to BigCrumbs.com . Buy the item at the bargain price you've found it at and buy it via the bigcrumbs site and recieve money back from it!
Win-win!

1 comment:

Steve craftshapes said...

An excellent tip. There are many people who make their living by doing just that. They search for mispelled auction titles and auctions put in the wrong catagories. It's called "ebay arbitrage" and is big business!
Steve :-)