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Fatandyz
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1988 Slayer Satan on Cross Tie Dye

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Just listed this one....set a fixed price at $200.00 to see what kind of offers I'd get.

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Re: 1988 Slayer Satan on Cross Tie Dye

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You might be able to score more for it....!
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Re: 1988 Slayer Satan on Cross Tie Dye

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What do you suggest? Should I increase the buy it now price or change this to an auction?

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Re: 1988 Slayer Satan on Cross Tie Dye

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rare slayer shirts always get good value via auction - they never fall flat if it truly is something rare. Not sure if the tye die will effect it, but it's not a bad looking one. It's also got a an XL pit to pit...which helps...but is also kinda weird.

plus an auction would give you the added bonus of driving traffic at your other BIN listings.
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Re: 1988 Slayer Satan on Cross Tie Dye

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I figure if I started an auction a lower amount like $9.99, it may generate more bidding. I'm always a little weary of doing an auction on an item and having it go lower than I anticipated.

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