Need advice on pricing homeschool curr. on ebay (please!)
I am selling our Sonlight curriculum (we finished early) on ebay right now and have had a couple people message me asking if I'd do a Buy It Now price rather than bidding because they want to get it... and I don't know what to ask! For reference, it's the 2012 Instructor's Guide ($99.99 on Sonlight's site), plus 26 books - some history, some readers, some read-aloud, two workbooks (not written in), plus the laminated maps that fit inside the instructor's guide. So I started bidding at $99 which is far less than its worth (I started adding up the cost to buy it all piecemeal and stopped when I got to $220). It's not ALL the books you'd need, but it's all the books we used - some we were able to get from our public library or we just skipped entirely.
So, if you were selling this, what do you think a fair Buy It Now price would be? I don't want to seem greedy, but I don't want to sell myself short either. There is a similar set, but with more books included, going for nearly $300 right now (which is CRAZY to me since the whole thing brand new doesn't cost much more than that!).