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This is starting to get quite annoying: how do we know what price these "Best offer accepted" auctions are going for? It's getting hard to note prices when it's this untransparent. Anyone any the wiser?

The History of Middle Earth Deluxe 3 Volume Edition - Limited to 1000 Copies
Sold for: £1,100.00
Best offer accepted

Okay wellinghall, on you go...

BH




Posted on: 2013/4/13 12:19

Edited by Urulk on 2013/4/15 16:22:31
Edited by Khaml on 2013/4/17 14:15:11
Edited by Khaml on 2013/4/17 14:26:33
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That History of Middle Earth Deluxe 3 Volume set sold for 1,199 dollars (about 800 GBP). If you look at the item directly or if you are just looking at it in your watch list you will not see the accepted sell price, but if you do a completed item search the correct sell price will show up before you click on the item. Just search for "History of Middle Earth Limited Copies" in completed listings and you will see what I mean. Yes, it is a pain, but it is a way to find out what a best offer accepted item sold for.

Posted on: 2013/4/14 1:33

Edited by Urulk on 2013/4/15 16:22:16
Edited by Khaml on 2013/4/16 11:02:58


Re: eBay: Completed Listings Advanced Search
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JonClark wrote:
That History of Middle Earth Deluxe 3 Volume set sold for 1,199 dollars (about 800 GBP). If you look at the item directly or if you are just looking at it in your watch list you will not see the accepted sell price, but if you do a completed item search the correct sell price will show up before you click on the item. Just search for "History of Middle Earth Limited Copies" in completed listings and you will see what I mean. Yes, it is a pain, but it is a way to find out what a best offer accepted item sold for.


Tried this on ebay.co.uk and ebay.com but still do not see the Best Offer price

Posted on: 2013/4/14 3:29

Edited by Urulk on 2013/4/15 16:22:01


Re: eBay: Completed Listings Advanced Search
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No, it doesn't come up (Edit: as with Trotter) when I do that either; as I've previously tried this (--see my previous post Ebay: Best Offer Price Visibility). It just has the "£1,100" scored through. It's green, so I know it sold; but no other price is visible. (This is before you click on it --see image below.)

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Posted on: 2013/4/14 3:32

Edited by Khaml on 2013/4/14 3:57:58
Edited by Urulk on 2013/4/15 16:21:47
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Or if I browse (not signed in) on eBay.com...

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Posted on: 2013/4/14 3:50

Edited by Urulk on 2013/4/15 16:21:33
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