Guilty of that when I was a kid. There used to be a 3 screen movie theater in walking distance when I was a kid, and I cut the lining of a jacket to fit all kinds of colas and cracker jacks in.
In much later years I was asked if I was interested in buying that movie theater. I was told you do not make anything on the movies, you make your money off the concession stand. I said hell no!
Anyway I used to be big time into Ebay, but Amazon just became easier for me as a seller of music and movies and for a while books also.
For the last maybe 10 years actually my friend has been using my ebay account to sell his stuff, and sometimes list something for me as a favor back. I basically just walked away from my ebay account with over 25k positive feedbacks vs 5 negatives.
Ebay buyers are more pain in the butt buyers than Amazon buyers, but now Amazon fees are also through the roof, and to do anything new there I would have to jump through hoops.
I am done with ebay. If and when Amazon gets to be even more of a pain in the butt I will be done with them also.
I have a 20+ year history with ebay and Amazon. Some history with CL, but nothing as expensive as a pin.
I can 100% say, just because ebay has a larger audience, that site is the worst as far as possible headaches for a seller.
Instead of trying to get top dollar and possibly end up with tons of headaches and money lost, just use Pinside, and post the game for a decent deal.
The last game I sold on Pinside was a AC/DC prem VE. I was done with it and ready for something else. At 5500 it went fast locally.
A good price will sell fast locally, and for me anyway, not worth the headaches and fees to try to get top money for a pin.