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FA: NES Bubble Bobble 2

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Anonymous
August 3, 2005 9:39:18 PM

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Also some Atari stuff and a large PS2 lot:

http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQsassZwhalers9

More about : nes bubble bobble

Anonymous
August 4, 2005 11:38:38 PM

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email me and maybe I will do it for you.
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August 5, 2005 5:40:27 AM

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"bibbetbay" <bibbetbay@aol.com> wrote in news:1123115958.623503.92510
@o13g2000cwo.googlegroups.com:

> Also some Atari stuff and a large PS2 lot:
>
> http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQsassZwhalers9
>

No shipping to Canada makes me sad.
Anonymous
August 5, 2005 5:57:04 AM

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Robert <picklehammer@home.com> wrote in
news:Xns96A8BDF6DC02Ebssrpantellahotmailc@24.71.223.159:

> "bibbetbay" <bibbetbay@aol.com> wrote in news:1123115958.623503.92510
> @o13g2000cwo.googlegroups.com:
>
>> Also some Atari stuff and a large PS2 lot:
>>
>> http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQsassZwhalers9
>>
>
> No shipping to Canada makes me sad.
>

That PS2 lot makes me sad. Such a large BIN on 95% worthless sports titles
and what is most likely a 1st or 2nd gen PS2.


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August 5, 2005 9:22:49 AM

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"bibbetbay" <bibbetbay@aol.com> wrote in news:1123209518.886643.301310
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> email me and maybe I will do it for you.
>
>

Too late. I don't buy from people who don't ship to Canada, as I'd rather
give my money to people who have already learned that shipping to Canada is
easy. My gripe is more for any further auctions you may have... there are a
lot of people in Canada, and shipping isn't much more of a hassle than
within the States. You'll get more bids and better money if you increase
the amount of people you'll sell to. Isolationism reduces profits.
Anonymous
August 5, 2005 9:37:16 AM

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In article <Xns96A8E3A9D37E9bssrpantellahotmailc@24.71.223.159>,
Robert <picklehammer@home.com> wrote:

> Too late. I don't buy from people who don't ship to Canada, as I'd rather
> give my money to people who have already learned that shipping to Canada is
> easy. My gripe is more for any further auctions you may have... there are a
> lot of people in Canada, and shipping isn't much more of a hassle than
> within the States. You'll get more bids and better money if you increase
> the amount of people you'll sell to. Isolationism reduces profits.

The reason I don't like shipping to Cananda is taht everytime I have, it
has taken so flipping long. Canadian post from US gets held up in
customs, and I have had shipments take over three months to get to
recipients. I almost got negative feedback more than once because of
this delay (so far, I am at 100% positive, knock-on-wood). I do accept
Canadian bids, but because of shipping delays in the past, I have
considered at times rejecting such bids.

Just sharing personal experience.

jt
Anonymous
August 6, 2005 12:26:14 AM

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jt august wrote:
> In article <Xns96A8E3A9D37E9bssrpantellahotmailc@24.71.223.159>,
> Robert <picklehammer@home.com> wrote:
>
>
>>Too late. I don't buy from people who don't ship to Canada, as I'd rather
>>give my money to people who have already learned that shipping to Canada is
>>easy. My gripe is more for any further auctions you may have... there are a
>>lot of people in Canada, and shipping isn't much more of a hassle than
>>within the States. You'll get more bids and better money if you increase
>>the amount of people you'll sell to. Isolationism reduces profits.
>
>
> The reason I don't like shipping to Cananda is taht everytime I have, it
> has taken so flipping long. Canadian post from US gets held up in
> customs, and I have had shipments take over three months to get to
> recipients. I almost got negative feedback more than once because of
> this delay (so far, I am at 100% positive, knock-on-wood). I do accept
> Canadian bids, but because of shipping delays in the past, I have
> considered at times rejecting such bids.
>
> Just sharing personal experience.
>
> jt

I've shipped 100's of items to canada and never had a problem.
Anonymous
August 6, 2005 7:42:50 PM

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Yeah I always do worldwide shipping on video game stuff... and any smaller
type items... post office treats you like a smuggler or drug dealer but
other than that its ok.

A lot of my bidders are from overseas... and they don't mind paying the
higher shipping rates...

I actually haven't had any issues sending to any foreign country yet other
than it may take awhile and if I am 'off' with shipping charges I credit the
difference.

I'm easy.. :p 

Erik


"Robert" <picklehammer@home.com> wrote in message
news:Xns96A8E3A9D37E9bssrpantellahotmailc@24.71.223.159...
> "bibbetbay" <bibbetbay@aol.com> wrote in news:1123209518.886643.301310
> @g43g2000cwa.googlegroups.com:
>
>> email me and maybe I will do it for you.
>>
>>
>
> Too late. I don't buy from people who don't ship to Canada, as I'd rather
> give my money to people who have already learned that shipping to Canada
> is
> easy. My gripe is more for any further auctions you may have... there are
> a
> lot of people in Canada, and shipping isn't much more of a hassle than
> within the States. You'll get more bids and better money if you increase
> the amount of people you'll sell to. Isolationism reduces profits.
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