Guide to Selling Retired Items by Kompukid10

Kym Huynh —  May 10, 2016 — Leave a comment

Recent studies show that now is a time when neopets is introducing a lot of new items when ever neopets creates a new item they must retire an old item, for example red wine used to be a pretty common item now try and find it on the shop wiz. It is hard to find because many people discarded it. After it was retired people sold it for millions.

Now neopets isn’t going to retire an item like fire fire pants on fire that would be a big deal but items like bottle of black sand. So when you think about it the sdumbest items can make you a fortune. But one thing not to do is what many people try to do. Don’t sell it right away take a look at what the current prices are. You have to do this the right way there’s an old saying “milk it for what its worth.” That doesn’t mean keep it in your deposit box for three years. You’ve got to see the prices are the prices going down should I sell it are they going up should I wait?

If the prices are going up wait but don’t wait till the item is forgotten. This goes for other things too look at the garden gnomes the prices were rising fast but after a while people didn’t care for them and just let the prices drop.

I know this is getting long but bear with me. There is one more thing in determining which items are going to retire these are some questions to ask yourself if three or more come up with the same answer you’ve got a possible candidate K.

What item is older than others?
What item is most useless?
What item is most unnoticeable?
What item do I most give away, discard, or donate?
What item cost the least?

Well, I think I covered just about everything so HAPPY RETIRED ITEMS SELLING wait that didn’t sound right! – Kompukid10

Kym Huynh


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