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OMG check this out!

by joelmonegroreyes / November 19, 2006 12:46 AM PST

type 'PS3' on ebay, and set the filter 'most expensive first'!

the most expensive: $1,000,000

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Seems a little self-defeating
by toulouse2k / November 19, 2006 2:02 AM PST
In reply to: OMG check this out!

The up front fee for a $1 million item would be a bit of a gamble.

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Something smells Jankey
by RTourn / November 19, 2006 12:20 PM PST

The equilibrium price is two thousand dollars; I mean the PS3s that are being sold are being sold at about two thousand dollars. If someone with a million dollars was willing to pay that much, he/she would not start a bid at a million dollars or raise someone who started at a million, he would bid, two thousand and one dollars first on another auction.

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