In the last 90 days there are 54 completed sales of empty rolls of toilet paper. Fifteen to 225 rolls sold for between $7 and $61. A total of 4,262 tubes sold for $644.41, averaging to 15.12¢ each. The lots sold for between 7.7¢ and $3.50 each, but the secondhighest was 54¢ each.
Fifteen rolls sold for $8.14 and 120 sold for $61.
The thirteen cheapest sales had 50225 tubes, but one lot of 50 was the only other post under 100.
Of the 13 mostexpensive sales had 15164 tubes, but 8 had 1585, and 5 had 120164, so smaller package were more likely to sell for more per tube than larger packages?
Shipping isn't proportional, though.
One lot of 120 was flattened and sold for $19.75, which is 16.46¢ each, and above average.
Seven lots of 50100 sold for less than the asking price.
The nearest Habitat for Humanity is in Payson, 88 miles away.
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