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Local Marketplaces
#1
Hi,

after the Shoutbox shoutouting, regarding country specific marketplaces for used stuff, like DVDs. I want to collect such marketplaces from around the globe, so if someone searches for a specific release form a specific country, that someone might also check out local used stuff marketplace sites, if he can spot his object of desire.

Ill think we shoudl also, next to the link of course, note down some specific information, like if it is english friendly / homep age language options(*), possible to register from other countries than the marketplace country, and such.


(*) some sellers on such places might have different personal options...


So I start


Germany:
Rote Erdbeere
https://www.roteerdbeere.com/
Description: Small German akternative to ebay, also with "adult only" stuff (that needs log in and age validation).
Type: Auction platform
Site-Languages: German
International friendly: NOT TESTET


Filmundo
https://www.filmundo.de/
Description: Small German Auction Platform for Movies and PC GAmes, and Movie/Game related stuff, "adult only" stuff shown after log in with age verification.
Type: Auction plattform
Site-Languages: German
International friendly: NOT TESTET


eBay Kleinanzeigen
https://www.ebay-kleinanzeigen.de/
Description: Germal lokalizes branch from eBay, thats not per auction, but like small ads, someone could post something he offers or searches, and interested people contact the seller for further arrangements.
Type: small ads used stuff Marketplace
Site-Languages: German
International friendly: NOT TESTET


Netherlands:
Marktplaats
https://www.marktplaats.nl/
Description: used item Tradeplace combination of small ads and auction plattform, with a bit more direct contact to the seller
Type: Auction plattform
Site-Languages: Dutch
International friendly:
YES:
Germany (in test)
NO:
United Kingdom


Finland:
Huuto
https://www.huuto.net/
Description: Auction plattform not exclusive to movies, but about everything thats legal (in finland) (Serious guys/gals: I've even saw a de-weaponized anti-tank canon from WW2 there!!!)
Site-Language: Finnish
International friendly:
YES:
Germany (but with issues when registering, I had problems with my mobile phone and adress setup, needed customer service from that page)



Reported by spoRv ( https://forum.fanres.com/thread-3819-pos...l#pid70061 )
Italy:
Subito
https://www.subito.it/
Description: Biggest Italian non-auction marketplace for used and new stuff; localized
Type: Small ads
Site-Languages: Italian
International friendly: NOT TESTED


Lithuania:
Skelbiu
https://www.skelbiu.lt/
Description: Biggest Lithuanian non-auction marketplace for used and new stuff; localized
Type: Small ads
Site-Languages: Lithuanian
International friendly: NOT TESTED



Poland:
Allegro
https://allegro.pl/
Description: Famous marketplace for used and new stuff; localized
Type: Small ads and auction
Site-Languages: Polish
International friendly: NOT TESTED
Registration is internationally possible (registered from Germany), but there is no Language option to see the page in other than polish.
Personal (from Germany) experience (I just might have been unlucky): So far most of the sellers I asked answered, that they do not ship internationally, if they answered at all.


Sweden:
Finn
https://www.finn.no/
Description: Big non-auction marketplace for used and new stuff; localized
Type: Small ads
Site-Languages: Swedish
International friendly: NOT TESTED


(Reportet by IcePrick / https://forum.fanres.com/thread-3819-pos...l#pid71234 )
Tradera
https://www.tradera.com/
Description: Swedisch local auction plattform, similar to eBay.
Type: Like ebay. Auctions. But possibly also has fixed price offers.
Site-Lanbnguages: Swedisch, English, German
International friendly: Depending on individual Seller



Reported by TomArrow ( https://forum.fanres.com/thread-3819-pos...l#pid70066 )

Spain:
todocoleccion
https://todocoleccion.net
Description: Marketplace with slight focus on collector's items. Has Super8, old books, adult stuff. I don't know if the collector's aspect of it is even very relevant. Maybe the key is that the stuff there is a bit older? Not sure. But has a lot of stuff.
Type: Like ebay. Auctions or fixed prices.
Site Languages: Various to choose from iirc.
International friendly: Ability to order from Germany without big issues. If you can't find your country name in the list, consider that it might be called something completely different in Spanish. The country list does not get translated.


Czech:
Aukro
https://aukro.cz
Description: Like ebay, but in Czech. Have found some 16mm stuff there, for example, but it has all kinds of stuff.
Type: Like ebay. Auctions. But possibly also has fixed price offers.
Site languages: Not tested
International friendly: Was able to order from Germany but I do speak Czech so I'm not sure how well it would work otherwise.




Questions in Regard to usability to the reporting users, I just collect all on top for viewability.
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#2
Since you mentioned adult stuff, jeedoo is a good site for that kinda stuff. And doesn't require age verification afaik. Off topic to this site as a whole I suppose, but one can of course also restore such things if one wishes. Big Grin

Edit: Kleinanzeigen is great. Found some 35mm stuff on there a few times too.
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Italy:
Subito
https://www.subito.it/
Description: Biggest Italian non-auction marketplace for used and new stuff; localized
Type: Small ads
Site-Languages: Italian
International friendly: NOT TESTED

Lithuania:
Skelbiu
https://www.skelbiu.lt/
Description: Biggest Lithuanian non-auction marketplace for used and new stuff; localized
Type: Small ads
Site-Languages: Lithuanian
International friendly: NOT TESTED

Poland:
Allegro
https://allegro.pl/
Description: Famous marketplace for used and new stuff; localized
Type: Small ads and auction
Site-Languages: Polish
International friendly: NOT TESTED

Sweden:
Finn
https://www.finn.no/
Description: Big non-auction marketplace for used and new stuff; localized
Type: Small ads
Site-Languages: Swedish
International friendly: NOT TESTED
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(2021-03-01, 01:35 AM)spoRv Wrote: ...
Poland:
Allegro
https://allegro.pl/
Description: Famous marketplace for used and new stuff; localized
Type: Small ads and auction
Site-Languages: Polish
International friendly: NOT TESTED

...

International friendly: NOT TESTED
Registration is internationally possible (registered from Germany), but there is no Language option to see the page in other than polish.
How international friendly the sellers may be is just in a testrun. Smile Saw something I try to hunt down since some years. Smile
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Spain:
todocoleccion
https://todocoleccion.net
Description: Marketplace with slight focus on collector's items. Has Super8, old books, adult stuff. I don't know if the collector's aspect of it is even very relevant. Maybe the key is that the stuff there is a bit older? Not sure. But has a lot of stuff.
Type: Like ebay I believe. Auctions or fixed prices.
Site Languages: Various to choose from iirc.
International friendly: Was able to order from Germany without big issues. If you can't find your country name in the list, consider that it might be called something completely different in Spanish. The country list does not get translated.

Czech:
Aukro
https://aukro.cz
Description: Like ebay, but in Czech. Have found some 16mm stuff there, for example, but it has all kinds of stuff.
Type: Like ebay I think. Auctions. But possibly also has fixed price offers.
Site languages: Not tested
International friendly: Was able to order from Germany but I do speak Czech so I'm not sure how well it would work otherwise.
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I can confirm I have used todocoleccion and I'm in the UK - like ebay it does depend on whether the actual seller is prepared to ship internationally but the site allows it. A lot of rare Spanish VHS tapes show up in there, plus posters and other memorabilia.
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(2021-03-01, 10:27 AM)MrBrown Wrote: International friendly: NOT TESTED
Registration is internationally possible (registered from Germany), but there is no Language option to see the page in other than polish.

Well, I guess (almost) all localized marketplace are in their local languages only; I always use a Firefox extention that translate "on the fly" - very precious: it is Translate Whole Page by the way.

As original poster, it would be great if you may copy the added sites on the first post (with a note, so anybody would just stick to the first post) Wink
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The Language part Its more to note if they offer multiple languages, like amazon.de also offers english texts, even if using .de ending to shop on the German site.

Edit: I will put the list in the main topic at some point
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I've had fairly good experiences with the Swedish marketplace www.tradera.com. It's somewhat international friendly, but it's obviously primarily targeted towards Swedish buyers.
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Is there anyone here located in Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg or France who's willing to assist me in purchasing something from marktplaats.nl?
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