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Hey everyone,

I have 25 discs on ebay right now and I'll be adding more everyday, shipping is only 2.99 for one disc and 5.00 for 2 or more discs. If you are looking for a disc just let me know and I'll see what I can do. Also everything is buy it now and I ship either same day or the next business day.

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Thanks,

Nicholas Murphy
Gorilla Discs CEO

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Why don't you sell them here on on DGRUS in the flymart?
I'm looking into selling them here just the Amazon idea doesn't seem all that great to me.
Why, what's the big difference? Here there are no listing fees (yet), and on Ebay you still pay seller fees and paypal fees.
pretty cool tyedye discs. Too bad you dont have any star teerex's. Thats waht i am really looking right now.
Tino "SilverBack" Medina - I'll be getting another shipment of discs next week so I might have some teerex's then.
Mike - I know there isn't any selling fee's here but the idea of waiting on Amazon to pay me is the thing cause most of the money that comes in is already going back out. But I do hate the paypal fee's and the ebay fee's.
Great to see some one else selling plastic! Good Luck with it for sure!

But for the price of the disc and the shipping...I can order them anywhere, not to mention get them from my local pro shop or another established DG store.

Have fun with it and all the luck to you!
Good luck with the discs. I have found that Ebay is an up and down market. This happens to be a very down time in the worlds economy. Therefore, plastic that should be worth more is just not fetching the correct prices. I would recommend not selling anything of any collectible signifance. That is if you're not worried about prices and just want to sell them. I was feeling out the collector plastic market for a little and had to cut myself off. I might catch the next wave but who knows. Collector plastic is a fun conversation starter. I'm starting to get into coordinating and might be selling some old stuff. But not for the low prices that Ebay would fetch. For the prices that I feel they are worth judging the rareness and condition. The original price I may have paid for a disc is always a factor also. Have fun
Nicholas,
can you give me an all-up price for the orange pro destroyer to Australia (3088).
Jack Davis - Yes I understand my prices on ebay are higher then other online stores or a pro shop but I have to make up for the fees. But I sell on Ebay and on a online store in which you can find from my Ebay store or in my profile. But it seems that Ebay gives me more sales then the site it self and I wish people would buy from the site cause my prices are cheaper on there. Also, when I came up with the prices I looked around on ebay and seen what everyone one else was selling for and I tried to set my prices cheaper then them even with the shipping.

Pure Disc Golf Dot Com - Yeah I know what you mean, but I think its about timing on ebay. I've seen discs go for 20 dollars on ebay and the very next week a disc that is almost identical to the other one will go for 40.

OLI - I haven't really thought about shipping outside of United States but I'll look into the shipping rates for you and I'll send the price to you.

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