Final days for LSoM Board Game Auction submissions

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Feb 25th, 2011
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Little Shop of Magic will be accepting submissions for their Board Game Auction for only a few more days.

From their announcement:

The Little Shop of Magic is now accepting final lot submissions for our upcoming board game auction. If you have board games gathering dust in your garage and you would like to free up some space in your home, we invite you to join us as a seller on February 27th.

Submitting items for auction is easy and free. Just figure out what you want to get rid of, group your items in lots as you see fit and contact us via email: we’ll provide you with detailed instructions on how you can have your games featured in our auction.

Buyers will be able to preview your lots and ask questions in our forums and then bid on those items in-store or online on auction day. Our staff will handle all selling and payment details for you and contact you once your total sales have been tallied: you don’t even have to be present to sell your games.

It’s almost here: our board game auction happens this Sunday, starting at 11am.

The lots have been pouring in over the past couple of weeks and, with over 100 games so far, there’s definitely something for everyone’s tastes. Check out our online forums to preview the lots before your place your bids on auction day and, remember, you can even place bids from the comfort of your home. Just use our
live customer support feature (click on the ‘Wizard’ button in the top right corner of our webpage to connect with one of our representatives) to place bids online or, if you live nearby, stop by and visit us on auction day: we’d love to see you.

If you’ve waited until the last moment to submit your lots, don’t worry: there’s still time. Just figure out what you want to get rid of, group your items in lots as you see fit and contact us via email: we’ll provide you with detailed instructions on how you can have your games featured in our auction.

Our staff will handle all selling and payment details on your behalf and contact you once your total sales have been tallied: you don’t even have to be present to sell your games.