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To see what eBay items sold for at best offer, you’ll have to use a third-party tool like 130 Point. Just go to https://130point.com/sales/, search for your item by keyword, and then scroll the list to find exactly what you’re looking for. Once located, you’ll see the “sale price” crossed out – which is the listed price – and then a value next to “best offer accepted.”
For example, when searching on eBay I see that this Julio Rodriguez rookie card, a 2019 Bowman Chrome Mega Gold Mojo /50 PSA 10 to be exact, was listed at $1,499 and sold. But, because it was sold at Best Offer, you can only see the “strikethrough price” of $1,499, which cna be deceiving.
To find the true value of what that item sold for at best offer, let’s go to 130 Point and search for that specific card. When you do, you’ll see the card was actually sold for an accepted price of $1,000.
While geared toward true eBay comps for completed card sales, you can check any eBay item. For example, here is the Best Offer accepted price on an original NES action set with zapper!
So, easy as that! While checking this true sold for price requires an extra step, it’s nice to at least have the option with a tool like 130 Point.
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And as you can see, understanding that the strikethrough price isn’t the actual sold for price is and can be incredibly useful, especially when there is a big different between what an eBay item was listed for and what it actually sold for. Best of luck!