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Old 03-28-2018, 08:37 PM
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I like the multi-listings to buy groups of commons. It's much easier to buy 20 cards this way than with individual listings. I've picked out groups of cards from multiple sellers and added them all to my cart to make one single payment. Saves a lot of hassle.
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Old 04-23-2018, 11:16 AM
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Just something I noticed now that I've been using these for a little while: If you relist the multiple listings without removing the variation for specific cards, eBay doesn't keep track of which of your cards have sold.
I relisted mine after coming back from vacation (no store means no "I'm on vacation" for some reason) and noticed that a bunch of my 1952s and T51s that had sold previously were now listed as in stock. Had to manually delete the variations for them to disappear from the listing permanently.
I am now experiencing something similar. However, my problem occurs while the listing is active. Items that have previously sold (within the same 30 days) are now showing up as available to be purchased again in the drop down. I have all of my multi item listings set to a single item so I am not sure why once something sells it is not showing up as unavailable on the dropdown. What's worse is that this is random....nothing is consistent about when this scenario happens.
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Old 04-23-2018, 05:56 PM
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Haven't had that happen to me yet; are you sure they're not auto-renewing listings once they hit the 30 day mark?
I normally try to trim out the photos of the cards I've sold, so you only see the remaining items in the picture. That's if it's reasonable to do so.
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Old 04-23-2018, 07:50 PM
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Do you look at the multi listings, pick a card, etc when searching ebay? If not, why?

I was thinking about moving to that model so I could list more, my fee's are getting ridiculous.
I love these kind of listings and just finished up two sets in the last month using them. It was great to get the couple cards I needed from the same seller. If it saves you money it should work out great provided you have more than just a few cards from the set.
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Im working on a 52 Topps set and just bought a bunch of cards off a listing like that. I really liked it because it allowed me to buy multiple cards from one seller and save on shipping.
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Old 04-23-2018, 08:50 PM
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Haven't had that happen to me yet; are you sure they're not auto-renewing listings once they hit the 30 day mark?
I normally try to trim out the photos of the cards I've sold, so you only see the remaining items in the picture. That's if it's reasonable to do so.
This most recent problem is occurring during the 30 day listing. For example, the most recent issue occurred 14 days into a new listing. All of the quantities are set to ONE before listing. I wonder if I have too many items per listing...currently I have between 100-240 in each of the listings.

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Old 04-24-2018, 02:50 AM
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I rarely use them as they are more of a pain to navigate and the (opinion) grades for the bunch are typically all over the spectrum. Comc seems to like them a lot - me not so much so typically I just skip over them.

I usually have very specific requirements in mind regarding centering and grade so I tend to scan thru a list of cards well defined by a search parameter and then add to cart in order to keep in the "On Deck" circle until such time as I pull the "BUY" trigger.
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Old 04-24-2018, 05:30 AM
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Comc seems to like them a lot - me not so much so typically I just skip over them.
COMC does because they have 20 million cards for sale on their main site and can cram more cards into a dropdown for the same cost as a single eBay listing. Only about 3 million are listed on eBay at any given time. If you're buying from comc_consignments on eBay, you're wasting a bunch of money. Sure is cheaper and easier buying straight from COMC itself.
Like right now, all of my cards are half off on COMC. However, the ones that are cross-posted to eBay and Amazon are all listed full price, because sale prices don't cross over from COMC to their partners. So for a card I have listed at $100, you could pay COMC through eBay $110 (COMC adds $10 to give you "free shipping") and I would get $80. Whereas the same card right now on COMC would only cost you $50 plus $4 shipping.
But with COMC, you could store the card there for years waiting until you have a thousand cards to ship and they'd send them all to you for the initial $4 shipping, rather than spending $4 each time to mail a few cards.
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