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Subject: Runebound 2nd Ed - how to sell a "lot"? rss

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Barak Engel
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I have a Runebound 2nd Edition "lot" (main game+expansions) that I would like to sell through the BGG Marketplace. I've sold stuff before on BGGM, but this one ends up being tricky; I can't find a way to list and sell a lot rather than an individual game. If I put it under the main game entry, the lot price ends up being so much higher than everything else that, I think, nobody ends up looking at the listing itself.

Is there any way to indicate a lot sale? if there isn't, should there be?
 
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There aren't that many copies for sale, and anybody familiar with the game at all will know it has a zillion expansions. I poked through the sales and anything priced significantly over $30-40 (such as yours) included several expansions.

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One time I saw an entry that was much more expensive than all the others. I thought it was strange so I clicked and it had multiple expansions. Then again, I may be a little more logical than the average person so who knows ninja
 
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You can do a trade geeklist and have a sort of auction for it some way or another and then list it through the marketplace for the winner. I know it is not exactly what you are talking about but be creative.
 
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People looking for a lot purchase would key on that higher price. I bought the complete 2nd edition Runebound "lot" here on BGG. Buyer listed it under the main Runebound Game at the higher price. I immediately started with his auction then worked my way down. I made the purchase it was a great deal all around.

This was the write up: "Includes first six card expansions, Island of Dread, Midnight, and Sands of Al Kalim. Sands is still in shrink, Midnight was played once, Island a handful of times, and the basic game a number of times."

If you list it under the main game those looking for the complete purchase with find it. I did the same thing looking for and purchasing Duel of Ages here on BGG.

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This guy was looking to buy the whole lot, maybe he still is:

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When I see a game in the marketplace priced much higher than everything else, it's the first one that I click on to satisfy my curiousity as to why its priced higher.
 
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