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2-19-2010 @ 5:03PM
I HATTTEEE scrolling through thirty pages of a single Infinite Dust trying to find a full stack, especially now that everyone and their brother is rolling in Dust thanks to the LFG tool.
2-19-2010 @ 5:07PM
Auctionator could be your new friend, check it out on curse.com
2-19-2010 @ 5:10PM
this may come asasurprise to some players but if you looking for infinite dust in the AH just click on the rarity tab and it will show you the auctions with stacks of 20 and with less
2-19-2010 @ 5:23PM
To think that people believe that they will actually have "left-overs" is crazy. You WILL use all of a stack of 20 infinite dust eventually. Maybe not today but when some of the high enchants require 40 infinite dust it is a pain in the finger to click select-buyout-confirm-select-buyout-confirm over and over and over and over. BAH!
2-19-2010 @ 6:16PM
I agree with Cyanea.Infinite dust is the WORST example of something you should sell in singles, because there are already hundreds of listings for them.I will purposely skip over the auctions from the D-bag who lists 10 or 20+ singles to buy the next guy's, even if they cost a little bit more or leave me with extras. I can easily relist the extras in a matter of seconds. The mailbox is 5 feet from the auctioneer in SW now.If you only have a few of them, then by all means, list them as singles. But don't be THAT GUY and list 10+ singles. That's just downright annoying.
2-19-2010 @ 7:06PM
I hate the single-dust posters so much that I will purposely NOT buy them, even if they're really cheap, just to spite the asshole who posted them as singles instead of more useful stack sizes.Same applies to anyone else posting things that stack to 20 or higher as mass postings of single items.
2-20-2010 @ 1:05PM
I hate pages of items listed singly as well. However, most buyers are lazy and singles sell in one listing while bigs stacks don't. Sadly, it's there because it works. And until Blizzard changes the way to view prices easily, it's there to stay.
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