Officially selling my tivos, sad day. Never really sold them before, its a Bolt Vox 4 tuner (month2month service) with 2 minis. Is it worth selling it as a "bundle" or selling individually? one of the minis is the vox & I know those go for upwards of $150 but idk if i would loose money because im bundling with the other stuff.
I'm sad tho overall, my gigabit FiOS triple play is ending soon & it was just meant to be, my girlfriend & I barely watch TV anymore & it makes more sense to just have gigabit over the pricier mix & match.
I'd suggest you visit eBay and do a search for each specific item you're trying to sell. You can then filter search results for completed items that have been sold and see how much other sellers have been getting for the Bolt Vox (without
lifetime service) and Mini Vox. That should give you an idea of how much total to expect for those items.
I've sold a fair amount of stuff on eBay and my hunch tells me that you're going to get more money overall by selling each item individually, although that will require more hassle on your part too: listing three separate items, dealing with three separate buyers, and packaging and shipping three separate boxes.
If you're willing to deal with local buyers, you might consider craigslist, Facebook Marketplace, OfferUp or other similar apps/sites that don't take a commission. (Remember that eBay will take a 20% cut of your sales price, plus the buyer will have to pay for shipping, or you'll have to take it out of the sales price if you offer free shipping.) You might have a decent pool of local prospective buyers since you're in an area with both Verizon FiOS and traditional cable (e.g. Comcast, Altice, etc.). So wouldn't hurt to figure out how much you might get for the whole bundle on eBay, if you sold them individually, but after deducting for fees and shipping, and then list all three items together for that amount on local sites/apps and see if you get a buyer. If not after a couple weeks, then just list them on eBay.