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Topic # 242677 8-Nov-2018 22:17
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Hi All, for sale is my XBOX 360 E 250gb console.
Comes with console, HDMI cable, RCA cable, power brick, headset, two controllers, rechargeable battery pack(s) with charger and 20+ games (see photos)
Make me an offer $300-$350.
Would prefer pick-up (CHCH) but can ship at buyers risk/cost




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  Reply # 2122462 8-Nov-2018 22:21
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Worth about $100 so that is what I'll offer.

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  Reply # 2122546 9-Nov-2018 09:04
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You'd probably make more (if thats your goal) by selling off the games individually.  Think price is a little high, as you can buy a brand new Xbox One for a few dollars more.





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  Reply # 2122555 9-Nov-2018 09:27
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Maybe give it all a wipe down with a clean cloth too :)




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  Reply # 2122611 9-Nov-2018 10:28
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xpd:

You'd probably make more (if thats your goal) by selling off the games individually.  Think price is a little high, as you can buy a brand new Xbox One for a few dollars more.



Thanks, didn't really know where to start. Will take $200 ono

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  Reply # 2122698 9-Nov-2018 13:21
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As above, if you want the most money you can, part it out to $10 per game, and sell the console for around $100. If you want to move it all as one lot, I'd be very surprised to see you get near $200. Most people who want these want them for the kids, to replace their existing failed unit, or because they're simply too broke for an Xbox One, and bare in mind an Xbox One will play most of the popular 360 library at this point.
Also, have you tried Facebook? That'd be where I expect you'd have a shot at that $200 mark.

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  Reply # 2122771 9-Nov-2018 14:30
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I asked a friend who is a reseller for these types of things to see if he was interested (he recommended to part the whole bundle for max profit)

 

"Based purely on the condition of the console and what the games are worth... For me, most of those games (x6) I'd say are worth under $10, (x3) not worth anything and (x9) on the $10 mark, and the remainder would probably fetch over $15. I'd offer $100-$120 but that's because it's not really where the market is, I wouldn't offer more than $150 for the entire bundle, too much of a risk for me to move for a profit. Facebook or TM it might go for over $150 but be prepared for tyre kickers and low ballers" 


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  Reply # 2122836 9-Nov-2018 16:09
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For reference a year ago I sold a similar bundle (+ a few extra accessories) via garage sale for $125.


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