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I am thinking of selling my clubs but I do not know at what price to place on them. Where do I go to get an estimate before putting them up for sale? Thank you in advance.

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8 hours ago, CRIOS said:

I am thinking of selling my clubs but I do not know at what price to place on them. Where do I go to get an estimate before putting them up for sale? Thank you in advance.

Welcome to The Sand Trap. I would look at eBay auctions to see what they are selling for. Find a similar set and watch the auction. Don’t go by Buy it Now because they generally are optimistic. Other sites like 2nd Swing and Rockbottom will have mark ups because the are resellers. Your clubs will sell for less than what they post.

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Welcome to TST.

39 minutes ago, boogielicious said:

Your clubs will sell for less than what they post.

Used golf clubs depreciate in value at the cash register significantly.    Good luck.

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9 hours ago, CRIOS said:

I am thinking of selling my clubs but I do not know at what price to place on them. Where do I go to get an estimate before putting them up for sale? Thank you in advance.

Agree with @boogielicious. There is also a feature on eBay where you describe your item and it will tell you what other similar items have sold for. 

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Using eBay as my source, I found that my clubs are worth, used, around $300 but I will sale them for less locally. Gallaway stuff is pricy. Thank you.

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2 hours ago, dennyjones said:

Welcome to TST.

Used golf clubs depreciate in value at the cash register significantly.    Good luck.

Yes, it's a sad fact and coupled with age they are virtually worthless in a few years. Good luck!

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