Selling in the Watch Gang Exchange: How to List a Sale

How to Sell Your Watch in the Watch Gang Exchange

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Complete Guide to Posting Items for SALE in WGE

Selling your watches to Watch Gang members in the Watch Gang Exchange is one of the perks of being part of Watch Gang. Whether you got the watch through the Watch Gang subscription or have watches you don’t want anymore, you can sell the watch to a group of watch enthusiasts at a great price.

Ready to get your sale on? Click in the Post field in the WGE Facebook Group and this screen will pop up:

Selling in the Watch Gang Exchange: How to List a Sale

 

What to Include in a Sales Listing

Your Sales listing needs to be as descriptive as possible and include information such as:

  • Sales price
  • Whether the item comes with the box and papers
  • Condition of the item (see Grading tips here)
  • CLEAR photos
  • Any other details you would want to know if you were buying the watch

How to Estimate the Value of Your Item for Sale

Determining the value of your item for sale is one of the trickiest parts of selling in the Watch Gang Exchange. How much is it really worth and who is going to pay the best price for it? We recommend you:

  1. Google the item to verify its retail value
  2. Look at the same watch for sale on eBay, Amazon, and other sites
  3. Choose a price you’re comfortable with and indicate OBO (or best offer). This way, members can make offers and you can accept or reject them.
  4. Consider adding other watch-related items to your listing to increase the value
  5. Determine whether you’ll accept trades

What a Great Sales Listing Looks Like

Here’s what a good Sales Listing would look like:

Selling in the Watch Gang Exchange: How to List a Sale

And here’s another good one:

Selling in the Watch Gang Exchange: How to List a Sale

 


LEARN MORE ABOUT WGE:

Trading in the Watch Gang Exchange

Running Auctions in the Watch Gang Exchange

Running Flash Sales in the Watch Gang Exchange

Watch Gang Exchange Listings – How to Grade Your Items