200-mile Georgia 'yard sale' offers b...

200-mile Georgia 'yard sale' offers bargains

There are 6 comments on the Augusta Chronicle story from Mar 12, 2011, titled 200-mile Georgia 'yard sale' offers bargains. In it, Augusta Chronicle reports that:

Three friends from Tallahassee are trying the 200-mile Peaches to Beaches yard sale in reverse this year.

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Just sayin

United States

#1 Mar 16, 2011
Bagains my ass...$1,000 for a fake ass piece of carnival glass!$30 for a pair of boots that look like they were worn into combat. But because they were name brand...thirty bucks!
satisfied wid it

Waycross, GA

#2 Mar 17, 2011
Lol, bad judgement on your part.

I came across some great deals
Just sayin

Mound, MN

#3 Mar 17, 2011
I do not think it was bad judgement. I've been yard sale'ing for over 20 years. I've never seen the beat at such awful prices. Bad judgement is when I see something worth the price they are asking and walk away. However, good judgement made me realize a lot of these people were just trying to make a quick buck and pricing things that were not antique, but just old. Or asking ridiculous prices for items that had been used to the point of junking them. I am not trying to nickel and dime people, I have offered more money to people before if I thought it was worth more than what they asked. No, I have found many deals over the years, but this was far from any bargains I have found.
Who cares

Navarre, FL

#4 Mar 17, 2011
Just sayin wrote:
I do not think it was bad judgement. I've been yard sale'ing for over 20 years. I've never seen the beat at such awful prices. Bad judgement is when I see something worth the price they are asking and walk away. However, good judgement made me realize a lot of these people were just trying to make a quick buck and pricing things that were not antique, but just old. Or asking ridiculous prices for items that had been used to the point of junking them. I am not trying to nickel and dime people, I have offered more money to people before if I thought it was worth more than what they asked. No, I have found many deals over the years, but this was far from any bargains I have found.
If it was so bad for you - show thwm - don't go again
Just sayin

Mound, MN

#5 Mar 17, 2011
I'm not. I'm using the old saying... if you can't beat'em join'em!!!! I'm having one next year!
Who cares

Navarre, FL

#6 Mar 17, 2011
Just sayin wrote:
I'm not. I'm using the old saying... if you can't beat'em join'em!!!! I'm having one next year!
See ----growth ocurrs.

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