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Maury comes up with Buyer Prices First Yard Sale idea

Comments re article 52816 Ad Heres a new twist Yard sale giver will negotiate

Maury E Lewis writes:
This is funny that this has come out. I was talking to someone this week about having a yard sale but not pricing anything and let people tell me what they will pay.

I price things at really low prices and still people come up and ask if I will take less so why should I take the time to price just let them name a price.

I would have the right to say no to a price.

What do think yard sale people? Would that work? melewi --Maury E Lewis
Thanks Melewi. Your idea is now run up the flag pole. Now if people will just salute. Maybe you can patent the idea. - EW



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