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    Default Re: Pricing and selling a saddle?

    Gumtree is also good for saddles, especially higher value ones because there is no fee - on eBay the % fee can be crippling. If you're not in a hurry, put it on high for a bit and then reduce the price periodically if it doesn't sell.

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    Old nag
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    Default Re: Pricing and selling a saddle?

    Preloved is free to advertise too.

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    Default Re: Pricing and selling a saddle?

    I have successfully sold a couple of saddles through Preloved. I stuck it out and waited (especially with a very expensive jump saddle)

    However... saddles direct have a current request for Albion K2ís so if they are in demand you should be able to get a good price!

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    Default Re: Pricing and selling a saddle?

    Thanks all. I hadn't been aware of Saddles Direct actually, so double thanks for that. I've sent in a valuation form for 'commission sale' and 'buy outright', so we'll see how that gets on. I see they've got a K2 Jump, 17', MW, same as mine, very similar condition for £850.

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    Schoolmaster
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    Default Re: Pricing and selling a saddle?

    I checked eBay and most K2 jumps saddles seem to sell for about £500 plus postage. When commission is deducted the sellers are obviously happy with less. I don’t think I would be and would find other ways to sell.
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