Seattle, WA (PRWEB) July 5, 2006
For those people who can’t get enough of World Cup soccer, Mpire™ (http://www.mpire.com), the company that empowers millions of people who buy and sell used and hard-to find items online, provides instant access to more than 5,000 World Cup soccer items for sale across eBay, Yahoo, Overstock.com and Craigslist. By using Mpire, potential buyers can easily see the full selection of soccer items for sale as well as sales trends for any given item, ensuring they score the best deal possible.
The wide range of World Cup merchandise that has been available via Mpire includes jerseys shorts, T-shirts, soccer balls, ties and even tickets to the high-priced World Cup final game on July 9. Since the World Cup began, Mpire’s data shows that memorabilia has been gaining both in price and volume of items listed. Noted trends include:
- Tickets to the final match have been selling for $2,000 each.
- Soccer balls are at an all time high, with the listings spiking from 600 to almost 1,700. A signed soccer ball is selling for as much as $1,100.
- The team T-shirt with the highest demand is Brazilian one, with an average sales price of $18. Jerseys are also a top seller with more than 1,800 listings and a typical sales price of $20.
- The price of hats from favorite teams has actually dropped from $15 to an average sale price of $10.
Mpire empowers the millions of people who buy and sell used and hard-to-find items online. The company’s buyer and seller services save users valuable time and provide them with powerful insights, enabling them to make more informed decisions. Founded in 2005, Mpire is backed by Ignition Partners and former eBay executive Richard Rock. Please visit http://www.mpire.com for more information.
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