Buy & Sell Anime DVDs
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26 September 2008
I started buying anime DVDs a year ago. I think the market for anime DVDs is expanding at high rates and buyers and sellers need to be aware of a few things. When selling anime DVDs, buyers want to see the region code of the DVDs, total length (in minutes), no. of disks and whether it is a complete series or just part of the whole title. It will be good to include a short blurb about the anime DVDs you are selling- and make it short and precise (in your own words, to show you have a good understanding of what you are selling!). When buying anime DVDs, I would suggest you check out the titles to see whether you like the genre(s) before buying or bidding for them. Normally titles which start at 99c are from overseas and may not be exactly 'authentic'. Some sellers may offer 'buy it now' prices which can sometimes work out to be cheaper than auctions. I would suggest buyers observe the price difference by adding 2 or 3 quantities of the same title from different sellers and compare their prices after auction ends. Then, you can work out whether to use 'buy-it-now' or to bid. Another important thing is to check out the postage. Some anime DVDs are quite bulky due to many volumes or packaging yet some are compact. In this case, check with the seller to see if they could combine postage if you bought additional items from them. That way you'll minimise your total spending! Happy viewing!
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