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06-23-2009, 12:21 PM
Someone is selling Disney Snow Globes on craigslist. What's a fair price to pay for them? They do not have boxes.
06-23-2009, 12:23 PM
It would depend on which globes you are selling/buying.
Check on Ebay to see what the going rate is.
07-23-2009, 09:18 AM
Well they might be the ones you get for free from JC Penny so check them out on ebay
07-23-2009, 11:32 AM
I have a bunch of them that I would like to sell on either e-bay or craigslist. I used to collect them but no longer do......but I really dont know what price I should be asking? Plus am worried about the fess etc assoicated with ebay....would it really be worth it. All you ebayers.....is it a hassle? (i have bougt off ebay a long time ago for halloween costumes, but have never sold or listed anything)
07-23-2009, 11:40 AM
I have an extensive snow globe collection, and I have bought snow globes off eBay. One had a bubble at the top (when the description claimed it did not). As a collector, I would be wary of buying a snowglobe without the box. How would you ship it? Even Craigslist would be difficult, because how could someone come pick it up and take it home? I suppose you might get lucky with some other form of shipping material, but I don't take mine anywhere without the original boxes.
Most new snowglobes can be purchased for $30-$100 dollars from Disney. Rare or highly sought-after ones can go for more. It also depends upon whether or not they are musical, light up, have movement, or any combination. I also would never consider buying unless it came from a smoke-free home.
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