Jan 21, 2009 11:04AM
hi everyone i'm selling my old pushchair but not sure how much i should ask, could you please tell me how much you would pay for a pushchair like this.
Jan 21, 2009 8:03AM
Jan 21, 2009 8:32AM
There are so many deals at the moment for new pushchairs (check out new Argos book)! Where you can get a whole travel system which I think is what a lot of people want nowadays, for a very good price.
I agree with tallkatie - look on ebay to see what people are asking for.
If I was to buy it from looking at your photos I would put an offer in for between ??50-??80. I wouldn't pay above ??100. But then again depends what features are on it, how old it is etc., any wear & tear.
Jan 21, 2009 8:33AM
it's not my type of pushchair either, my dad bought it for me when i had anne as then i did not have much money, my friend has asked me how much i want for it as she needs a new one, but does not want to go out and buy a brand new one for only a few months,
i don't want to charge her to much or to less. the push chair cost my day over ??300 new 3 years ago.
i have looked on ebay to find a simular one but i can't seem to find one, that is why i have come to ask you lot.
i has a car seat to become a travel system, but she already has a car seat, plus it has a apron cover.
farward and backward facing seat
big shopping basket
has a carrycot position
easy romove chair
many more but can't think at the moment.
[Modified by: becki+anne+ryan on January 21, 2009 12:42 PM]
Jan 21, 2009 11:04AM
We got offered a pushchair virtually identical to this when I was pregnant with Kelsie. It was Mama's and Papa's. The lady wanted #40 for it, but we didn't like it so didn't accept. Personally I'm possibly a bit of a snob
and I buy everything new, everything! I think maybe 40 would be to much, as the one we got offered was Mama's and Papas.
Like I said on FB, I do know someone who wants a pushchair/pram but she won't pay as much as you'd like I don't think.
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