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Topic # 229232 13-Feb-2018 22:42
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I am wanting to sell some of my old Naruto DVDs from days gone by, but I don't think TradeMe is reaching the correct audience.

 

Does anywhere know where I could list this sort stuff and get people that are actually interested in it?

 

 

 

TIA


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  Reply # 1956668 13-Feb-2018 22:42
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Hmmmm. Here we go.





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  Reply # 1956688 14-Feb-2018 00:17
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  Reply # 1956732 14-Feb-2018 08:55
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What about here on Geekzone? I have sold several things I wouldn't bother even trying on Trademe (like Bitcoins).


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  Reply # 1956767 14-Feb-2018 09:27
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There's an Anime/Manga fans NZ facebook group might be worth advertising on, I think that's probs the most popular NZ page


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  Reply # 1956817 14-Feb-2018 09:58
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Either that or give it to charity, you can just stream Naruto on crunchyroll anyway


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