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Burbank now taking offers?

banjar

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A few of you have mentioned on other threads that Burbank is now taking offers, but I don't see how to do this on either Ebay or Beckett. So how do you send them an offer?
 

deujr61

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A few of you have mentioned on other threads that Burbank is now taking offers, but I don't see how to do this on either Ebay or Beckett. So how do you send them an offer?

On Beckett add cards to Cart. Then in Cart you should see 'Make Offer' option.
 

bstanwood

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When you go to the cart I think the minimum needs to be $50 to submit an offer, could be off but I know I saw a minimum before they would consider offers
 

banjar

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Well I just tried it. I put a bunch of high-end cards in the shopping cart and sent them an offer of 60% of their asking price. To their credit they replied quickly, but the counteroffer was still quite high, they hardly came down at all. I suppose I could have gone back and forth, and probably ended up somewhere in between...but it would have been much closer to the original asking price than my original offer. When the starting point is a Burbank price that's still too much.

Their selection is awesome and I've bought plenty of cards from them in the past. And I'll probably pick up things now and then in the future, but it'll have to be something special. I guess I'm just getting fatigued with high prices and less willing to overpay.
 
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bstanwood

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The only one I did I think I took a $70 cart to $60 if I'm not mistaken. You're spot on, the selection is great but probably not finding many bargains, service is pretty good though, sometimes that gets overlooked
 

banjar

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Yeah the service is pretty good in my experience too. But they are just really expensive, and there's no two ways about it. Even the counteroffer I got from them was 90% of the original price. A 90% counteroffer is not really a counteroffer, so I'm not going to bother with that anymore.

The only one I did I think I took a $70 cart to $60 if I'm not mistaken. You're spot on, the selection is great but probably not finding many bargains, service is pretty good though, sometimes that gets overlooked
 

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