Hey EMC,I have seen many people that are confused and either start way too high, or what the item is worth, and get no bids. So i have gathered some information from sites that run many tests on what is the best value to start your Auction Price at.Your goal here is to make money, not lose it. So the first thing you need to consider is how gutsy you should be when it comes to your business. In the business world, this is called measuring your "risk tolerance."Set the starting price at 1 Rupee. There's been much talk about the attraction of starting your items at just 1 Rupee. There's certainly a definite benefit to that, as prospective buyers will see your listing and think they're the only ones to see your low-priced item--and that they'll be win it at a bargain.Once you list an item at 1 Rupee, prospective buyers will perceive the deal and begin to bid. The item will generate competition, and bidders will hopefully drive up your selling price in a flurry of (possibly last minute) bidding.If you are not sure if it is an item that will not sell, you can search it Via Search Bar at the top of the page, or you can ask around for an average price.Although you may want to get the exact amount you may want to get for the item, you will not get over the cost. For example, you can see in the past where auctions that have started at 1 Rupee or even free, more than 90% of them go over the value of the items worthness.Hope that this thread can help you find and understand the cost of finding your Starting Price.Also Feel free to Debate in here if you need to, but do research before you do.