Buying Rugby Programmes

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Overview

Many Rugby fans collect programmes and use them as valuable investments. The programmes provide information on the matches and the players, as well as being a collectors item. When purchasing programmes, be sure to consider their authenticity, value, and condition.

Value

When looking into buying programmes, you should have a price limit, and stick to it, as things can quickly get out of hand. Sometimes sellers use 'Buy it Now'. This means that you can buy the item straight away without having to wait for the auction to end, however you can run the risk of paying more for the item than you would have if you had bid on an auction. You need to weigh up the possibilities and decide how important this item is to you.

Condition

If you are using this as a form of investment, this should be very important for you, as if you don't pay attention to it, you will end up disappointed. Excellent, or as new, are the ideal conditions, however occasionally Used programmes are available for cheaper prices. If the seller hasn't put a description of the item, feel free to contact them for further details on the condition. 

Feedback

Always judge your sellers feedback to judge that they are a good seller and trustworthy, without negative feedback.

Resale

Sometimes people buy programmes to resell them, in this case, value is very important, so you do not end up out of market.


Hopefully this guide has given you an overview on how to buy rugby programmes, without breaking the bank.
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