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How do I take my current ad in the For Sale regular section and move it to the Bargain Basement? I can't see how to do it. May I need to delete and start again?
 

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its posted there automatically if the sale price is below $500
 

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its actually not a specific "section" the link is just a query on the database for all timeshares less than $500

so if your timeshare is posted for under $500 in the price (and its not an other ad type)...it will show up when someone browses the bargain basement sections.

Ill take a look at your ad and get back to you Sal
 
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ok...heres the dillyo for that.

the ad has to be priced between .01 and 500.00

it doesnt include prices of "$0" because the query would pick up all the "other" ad types as well as they have no prices.

so if you have an ad priced at $0 please change it to .01 cents and itll show up.

ill go through and edit some of them when i get a chance later since im sure everyone who has one wont read this =)
 
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