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Applies only to goods in its Deals programme.
The world's largest video game collection has gone under the hammer and sold for more than $750,000.
Needs at least £10K to secure new exhibit.
$300,000 Apple-1 the jewel in the crown.
The remainder of THQ's IP has gone for approximately $7m at auction.
A rare Apple-1 microcomputer, which kickstarted the PC revolution, has come up for auction.
Antec has put a pair of uniquely modified cases on eBay for some lucky bidder to win, with the proceeds earmarked for helping with the relief effort for victims of the Haiti earthquake.
In an effort to stem the tide of feedback selling which has been going on since about a week after the site launched, eBay has moved to prevent the auctioning of digital downloads.
One of the rarest Atari 2600 games ever made, Gamma Attack, is on sale on eBay. For half a million dollars.
A sealed copy of one of the best SNES games ever has been auctioned off for an astonishing $1200!
As part of a charity effort, the guys at Penny Arcade are auctioning off the chance to be featured in the upcoming Peter Molyneux game, Fable 2.
A brand new PSP mod hits eBay, boasting a gorgeous exterior and a stunning carry case. Even better, a portion of the profits go to charity, so get bidding!
Hordes of dead gnomes rain down on the plains of Azeroth in an incredibly elaborate example of in-game advertising.
User generated content exposes morons in Forza 2's fanbase as racist car designs continue to be auctioned off via Xbox Live.
Atari is auctioning off some of its oldest stuff via Sotheby's auction house, from original concept art for Dig Dug to draft manuals.
Are you surprised that nobody wants to work with Uwe Boll? Neither are we, but we are surprised that he thinks people will pay to work with him.
An unnamed software pirate has been sued for his profits plus a blistering $205,000 USD fine, which was settled out of court on Tuesday. How's that for burn?
New charity auction starts on eBay for a Nintendo DS signed by Miyamoto, Iwata and Mario.
Possibly the nicest DS Lite mod ever has just gone up for auction and, with a portion of profit going to charity theres no reason not to bid.
Those that partake in Everquest II that want to get rid of a bit digital baggage can do so now - for real money, with Sony's blessing - thanks to SOE's auction site.
June 13 2019 | 09:59
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