alright. i want an all FMJ red oakley suit.
i cna't afford this year's jackets that are that color (like 500 dollars)
WHERE CAN I FIND LAST YEAR'S CLOSEOUTS/CLEARNACE for ANY of that color pants and jacket? i found oakley BOLT pants in red for 100 bucks...but where can i find a jacket? like. the lab, or the 2.4..or somethign! like under 150 bucks!
i've searched EVERYWHERE!
anny shops have leftover stuff?
anybody? anything? PLEASE
i wont drop out of high school for skiing, mom
hey brody, i did see a red 2x4 on ebay just a few days ago..it had no bids and there was only a few hours left...i dont think it sold...and he only wanted 50 bucks starting bid...so maybe hes putting it back up...or maybe that kid above is talking abou tthe same jacket
'Seriously, if you're goign to bid on something, bid on it, so people have a chance to counter bid. Coming in in the last 5 minutes is such a fucking panzy move.'
since when not wasting your money is a panzy move? oh and do you even know how ebay works, you put in your maximum bid, it bids up for you to your max. but on the other hand i guess your right. he should have bid earlier so he could pay more money for the jacket he wanted.
CorkWormTurn, almost every eBay user uses that method. The idea of an auction is for the seller to receive as much money as possible, and for the buyer to spend as little as possible. It's not gay, just because you lost an auction doesn't mean you have to get all bent out of shape about it.
There will be other auctions. Most bidder's don't think about giving the seller extra money, nobody will go on eBay and say, I think I should bid early on so that I have a high chance of losing the auction, and a higher chance of paying more than I can if I really want the auction...
'Thanks for ripping off my friend. He has a magnum.' - SkogenJake
sorry to hear that corkwormturn. It is hard when the seller doesn't reply. I rarely every place bids I communicate with the seller most of the time. Also If you really really want something put a bidbot on it. You pay a programmer like 4 dollars per item and he will guarantee you win it by outbidding the others down to the nannosecond. I was smoked by one of these robots on an oakley thrust for 200. You don't pay more either because it just bids the same amount which replaces the old bid but doesn't drive the price up. The only bidding on an item should occur withing the last 3 min. of the auction.
About the bid sniping;
Somebody who finds out exactly when the bid ends, sets there alarm, sits on there computer for half an hour at all hours of the night, waiting patiently till the last few seconds risking everything, deserves the item alot more then someone who can simply spend more money. I meen ebay is ment for people who can't afford the stuff in stores. Plus if you got all the money to spend just place your highest bid right off the bat.