Selling Your Amazing Spider-Man #700 Digital Codes

A reader writes to me;

I recently bought up the last year’s worth of Amazing Spider-Man in print, and was selling the digital codes on eBay, and a few just went for over $3, with one at $3.79!!

My copy of #700 sold for $5 with a Buy It Now in less than twenty minutes. I’ve been using my winnings to fill out the holes in my X-Factor run.

Selling the digital code for $5 from a book that cost $8 is certainly a way to amortise the cost of… wait, how much did you pay for the print comic?

The best part is that I buy my books with a 25% discount!

So $6 then. Meaning you get a code-less print Amazing Spider-Man #700 for $1.

Nice.

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