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Lots of new stuff on Redweek/DAE today!


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Jun 6, 2005
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Ann Arbor, MI
I check Redweek often, and there has not been much new lately. Today, however, there were hundreds and hundreds of new deposits. Most of them were junk weeks in the Canary Islands, but there were some good things, too. I have several posts on the Sightings boards about what I found, and I didn't do anything like an exhaustive search, so I'm sure there is more good stuff.

Some of this Redweek inventory is also in DAE, but not all of it is. The advantage of going through DAE is that they will accept anything as a trade for anything, so if the week you want costs a lot of points in Redweek, you may be able to get it "cheaper" by going through DAE. On the other hand, if something costs just a few points in Redweek, you may be better off trading through Redweek and "keeping the change."

I actually have been quite happy with Redweek. Anyone else here trade through them?