January 15th, 2011, 01:14 PM #1
How Do You Determine What is a "Good Deal" When Buying at a Re-Seller (Used) Shop?
I am just wondering if anybody has any guidelines about what is and is not a "good deal" when you are buying a pre-owned designer handbag at a reputable reseller (used).
There are a few stores in LA that sell designer items that have been used on TV and in movies. I am curious if that is supposed to ad value? (To me, I couldn't care less -- other than the purse probably wasn't carried much except as a prop).
I am looking ad a couple Prada bags that are very similar and the prices seem to vary greatly.
Any opinions on what is a "good deal?"
January 15th, 2011, 04:32 PM #2
Re: How Do You Determine What is a "Good Deal" When Buying at a Re-Seller (Used) Shop
i would not pay full price or even remotely close to it for something that is used...it does not matter whether it was a prop or carried by a celebrity.
A "good deal" would depend on how old the style is, what condition the bag is in and if the style is a classic. If you are buying a higher end used purse, make sure to do your research and find out the details of the particular style and its original price, and then make your decision."You never know how strong you are, until being strong is the only choice you have."
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