Is it me or does Tbay seem to be turning into a Macs catalogue???
If I ever wanted to order from Macs, I'd order from Macs -- if it ever comes to that. But, I really don't want a Macs catalogue when I'm searching for good, original stuff.
You can filter out offerings by specific sellers by name.
Or, if you just want to see used parts, select "used".
I sort them out by switching to used parts and there gone but I'm sure there is a better way.
I think you can block out sellers but not sure how.
Mark we were typing at same time, how do you filter out sellers?
Mark, thanks. I'll try that.
I don't know if they have changed or not but once bitten twice shy, bought a few listed parts and had to pay the listed postage for each, made a nice profit for them on double dipping on postage.
Frank, Before you pay, you can ask for them to send an invoice to combine shipping cost.
I wish Mac's would stay off ebay!
I wrote them about it and did not get a real definitive answer. I really wonder if it is worth while for them to put all this stuff in tbay.
A lot of the items Mac's has on E-Bay are cheaper than their catalog price even when including shipping charges.looks like a loss leader type operation where they lose money ? on E-bay but figure they make up for it in new customer business for catalog list price items. It is easier to buy from Mac's on E-bay than a direct order.Just click buy it now,pay pal and Your done. Between E-bay listings and direct E-mail ads to previous customers they appear to do more advertising that all the other T parts vendors combined.
You can unsubscribe from Mac's email ads, if you wish. Just go to the bottom of the email and click unsubscribe.