Where to get the best price on Cat’s Meow Village Collectibles?
Shopping online for Cats Meow houses can sometimes give you too many choices. And the fact that you can’t hold a piece in your hands and check it out before you buy means you want to be extra-sure of exactly what you are buying before you pay.
If you are looking for a new Cat’s Meow piece – go to the source!
Buying from the home of Cat’s Meow pieces is like buying in a manufacturer’s outlet. You can be sure you will be getting just what you thought, and you may also get additional perks, like; email specials, coupon discounts, and club memberships.
But if you are looking for a retired Cat’s Meow piece …
… there are more to places to consider.
ebay has some of the best deals on the net’, and most of the time the best selection, you should always check here first.
But remember that most of the time the pieces you find will be one-time deals, not regular inventory-type items, so if you find a piece you want, make a decision – don’t let someone else snatch it up while you “think” about it.
Bonanzle is frequently compared to the “old” ebay, (in a good way), and is the main site that many ebay sellers are moving to.
But, Bonanzle is not an auction site! It is more like a mini-mall with ebay-like prices. This should be your next stop if ebay didn’t have the piece you were looking for.
Google and sellers both love eCrater. It is another e-Mall set-up, not an auction site, and product selection is huge. There is usually a large selection of retired Cat’s Meow Village Collectibles here.
To get the best price on any Cat’s Meow house, be sure to look for free shipping.
• Cat’s Meow Houses on iOffer
iOffer is also an eMall, but with a twist. If you like to negotiate and bargain, you should check out iOffer.
It is not an auction site, so if you see something you like, you can buy it now. … Or you can “make an offer” to the seller to bargain for a cheaper price, or free shipping, or even to barter something you have to trade. It’s fun and worth a look.
Feel free to comment or ask questions, particularly if you can add to the history of a Cat’s Meow Village Piece.
You might be interested in the first Cat’s Meow Village series issued in 1983.
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