No more closed watchlist?

rickf

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Does GL no longer show whats is in your closed watchlist? I used to use that as a guide to what items were selling for before bidding on stuff. Maybe that is why they no longer show it?
 

AZK9

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Does GL no longer show whats is in your closed watchlist? I used to use that as a guide to what items were selling for before bidding on stuff. Maybe that is why they no longer show it?
Yup... :roll:

It's a change that bothers me! Looking at that information helped me to make better purchases.
Not being able to have access to the 'closed watchlists' makes the process tougher in some ways.
 

MtnSnow

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The work around I have found is to toss out a base/low bid when the item(s) you are interested in are actually accepting bids and then you can review your bids well after the close of an auction to see what the item(s) truly sold for / so you can see what they are selling for...
 

frank8003

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The work around I have found is to toss out a base/low bid when the item(s) you are interested in are actually accepting bids and then you can review your bids well after the close of an auction to see what the item(s) truly sold for / so you can see what they are selling for...
OH, It is eBay! Now I understand.
 

two.fiveM35

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The work around I have found is to toss out a base/low bid when the item(s) you are interested in are actually accepting bids and then you can review your bids well after the close of an auction to see what the item(s) truly sold for / so you can see what they are selling for...
I thought that was a good idea, until I did that almost 2 days before close and ended up with a 5 ton. What was a hard one to explain to the wife.
 

DJones

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The work around I have found is to toss out a base/low bid when the item(s) you are interested in are actually accepting bids and then you can review your bids well after the close of an auction to see what the item(s) truly sold for / so you can see what they are selling for...
:ditto:
 

rickf

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Yea, I bid on a couple of storage containers and then, as usual, I got tied up at bid closing and missed out on upping my bid but they went fo insane prices anyway. I haven't bid on anything for a couple of years but it is just crazy anymore what people are paying. I don't know how dealers are doing it. I am looking at what ammo cans are going for and think these guys are only making a quarter to 50 cents on a can at the shows.
 
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