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It's a double edged sword. Lot of things must be considered.
1. Is the price, a reasonable "retail" price.
2. Too over, the seller has accounted for that best offer come back. So they should expect something in the 20%+ range in an offer.
3. Something around retail, the seller should expect a 5 to 15% discount offer.
4. If it is around retail value, don't offer 25%+ discount in the offer, unless purchasing multiple items.
5. Don't piss off sellers with a 40%+ discount on retail prices (especially when the buyer quotes 5-8 year+ historical price record.)
6. As a buyer don't quote other international posters for the same title that are cheaper. (Then we go into design, quality, demand, supply etc.)
Is the seller educated?
Is the buyer educated?
The last two questions relate to time and knowledge in the hobby.
Run out questions right now. Great topic!
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