ValueJockey: Find Out What Things Are Worth

Kaly (Arslan Esengulov) 29-10-2009

If you want to sell an item and don’t have a slightest idea about it’s value head to It is a community driven website where anyone can list things (products and services) and get price suggestions along with tips for selling.


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Using the site is simple, you can search and browse the site for similar items first, and if nothing is found list the item online. There is no restrictions on the type of things you can list, it could be anything books, jewelery, vehicles and even real estate.

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Additionally to listing your items, you can browse listings of other users and suggest prices. The site is free and requires registration for listing and evaluating items.


  • Submit your item and get it evaluated by other users.
  • All items are nicely organized in categories.
  • Browse listings of other users and suggest prices.
  • Get tips for selling and general feedback.
  • Free and registration is needed for adding and evaluating products.
  • Similar tool: CostHelper CostHelper: Find Out Average Prices Of Goods Read More .

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  1. Marsuniversal
    November 1, 2009 at 4:37 pm

    Looks like a great site. Thanks for bringing this one to my attention.

  2. Ken
    November 1, 2009 at 12:35 pm

    Very interesting site. Great idea and easy to use. Very straight forward. Provides a great place to go and research the price of your stuff. It’s like getting a group appraisal.

  3. sanjay
    October 30, 2009 at 6:32 am

    WHAT a horrible site. You guys FAIL totally to show the entire page. Their categories are only understandable to them. AND at the top AND bottom of every page are link ads that "look" like they belong to the categories. There is a VERY small bit of text under the links to show that they are "linkads"

    REALLY? You're telling people to go to a site that has horrible navigation AND ads off of its own site that aren't clearly defined or marked. Yet, on your pages here you seem to have excluded the top and bottom ads.