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How to Sell Cubes

How to Sell?


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3ACuber

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I have a bunch of cubes I want to sell/get rid of. (Ranging from a 1/2 stickered QiYi Sail W to an Aosu GTS2M)
Should I individually sell these cubes, or would it be more fun to do this in a mystery puzzle style.

What do you think?
 

Puffin

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I've gone back and forth on this one. On the one hand, I regularly buy second-hand cubes and like to know what I'm getting. On the other hand, it's actually pretty hard to sell cubes on this site or in general. Especially slightly older and cheaper ones. No one really wants them, and people seem to enjoy the Cubicle's mystery puzzles. So it could go either way. I think you should trust your gut on this one.
 

3ACuber

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I've gone back and forth on this one. On the one hand, I regularly buy second-hand cubes and like to know what I'm getting. On the other hand, it's actually pretty hard to sell cubes on this site or in general. Especially slightly older and cheaper ones. No one really wants them, and people seem to enjoy the Cubicle's mystery puzzles. So it could go either way. I think you should trust your gut on this one.
Thanks for the insite. I will probably go with a coin flip or something. Also, what sort of puzzles do you buy/are interested in?
 

Puffin

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I like to buy non-WCA puzzles used, mostly. But I’m also open to buying kinds (brands or models) of puzzles I don’t have and haven’t tried.
 

qwr

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You could offer both I suppose, I would only feel comfortable selling known cubes but there is nothing inherently wrong with mystery puzzles
 
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