eBay Watch: $5 Deals, Every ECW DVD, WWE DVD Sold for $280, RARITIES

March 15, 2012 by Aaron Carnevale

Welcome to another edition of eBay Watch where we search high and low for unmissable WWE DVD deals, rare titles, and recent HUGE sellers.

First up, over on eBay UK this month the entire collection of ‘Delta’ ECW DVDs (pay-per-view events) sold in one lot for £200, which is about $315 US.

Full Collection of 21 ECW PPVs


Next up, we’ve rounded up some of the best “Buy it now” deals available right now on eBay, at $4-9 each. Just click the links to see more, and don’t miss out!

WWE McMahon — $4.17

WWE Twist of Fate: The Matt and Jeff Story – $4.47

WWE Born to Controversy: The Roddy Piper Story – $5.09

WWE The Spectacular Legacy of the AWA – $5.50

WWE The Legacy of Stone Cold Steve Austin – $5.58

WWE Jeff Hardy: My Life, My Rules – $5.78

WWE John Cena: My Life – $5.78

WWE Hulk Hogan: The Ultimate Anthology – $5.78

WWE The History of the WWE Championship – $5.78

WWE Hollywood Hulk Hogan: Hulk Still Rules – $5.78

WWE The Ladder Match – $5.78

WWE The American Dream: The Dusty Rhodes Story – $5.89

WWE Ric Flair: The Definitive Collection – $5.90

WWE Macho Madness: The Randy Savage Collection – $5.94

WWE Edge: A Decade of Decadence – $5.97

WWE The Best of Confidential Vol. 1 – $7.78

WWE The Twisted Disturbed Life of Kane – $6.43

WWE Shawn Michaels: From the Vault – $6.40

WWE Cheating Death, Stealing Life: The Eddie Guerrero Story – $6.53

WWE Brock Lesnar: Here Comes the Pain! – $6.70

WWE Rey Mysterio: 619 – $6.68

WWF Action – $9.64

WWE Wrestlemania XIX – $6.40

WWE Royal Rumble 2004 – $6.19

WWE Night of Champions 2008 – $4.00

WWE TLC: Tables, Ladders, and Chairs 2010 – $6.37

WWE Royal Rumble 2011 – $6.34

WWE Over the Limit 2011 – $5.78

WWE Capitol Punishment 2011 – $5.78

Get bidding on these live auctions for out-of-print WWF/WWE DVD titles below. Ending soon so get in before they get away!

WWF Unforgiven 1998 – Bid Now!

WWE Hard Knocks: The Chris Benoit Story – Bid Now!

WWF The Rock: Know Your Role – Bid Now!

WWE Royal Rumble 2008 w/ FYE Exclusive Tin – Bid Now!

WWF nWo: Back in Black – Bid Now!

WWF Wrestlemania 15 – Bid Now!

WWF Summerslam 1999 – Bid Now!

WWF Royal Rumble 2000 – Bid Now!

WWF King of the Ring 2000 – Bid Now!

WWF Summerslam 2000 – Bid Now!

WWF Wrestlemania 16 – Bid Now!

WWF Royal Rumble 2001 – Bid Now!

WWF WrestleMania X-7 – Bid Now!

Here are some recent HUGE sellers all the way up to $280 for one DVD! Among these are some titles regarded as the rarest out there…

WWE Triple H: That Damn Good – Sold at $48.00

WWF Judgement Day 2001 – Sold at $34.75

WWF Best of Raw Vols. 1 & 2 – Sold at $27.75

WWF WrestleMania X-7 – Sold at $53.00

WWF WrestleMania 17 – Sold at $63.00

WWE Vengeance 2002 – Sold at $63.00

WWE Hell in a Cell w/ Limited Edition Kane Bust – Sold at $80.00

WWF Royal Rumble 2001 – Sold at $73.00

WWE Vengeance 2002 – Sold at – $68.00

WWE Judgement Day 2002 – Sold at $103.00

WWE Wrestlemania 25 FYE Exclusive Steelbook – Sold at $145.00

Lot of 5 WWF Titles – Sold at $153.00

WWE Live and Unscripted – Sold at $120.00

WWE Trish Stratus 100% Stratusfaction Guaranteed Collectors Edition – Sold at $174.50

WWE Trish Stratus 100% Stratusfaction Guaranteed Collectors Edition – Sold at $283.00

WWE Leather Wrestlemania Anthology Signed by Vince McMahon – Sold at $495.00

EBAY UK: Unmissable prices on WWF WrestleMania 17 (SEALED), Attitude Collection DVDs (SEALED), and the WrestleMania Anthology box set (ALSO SEALED)…

WWF Austin vs. McMahon – £7.99

WWF Undertaker: The Phenom £7.99

WWF Austin 316: Uncensored £7.99

WWF TLC: Tables, Ladders, and Chairs £7.99

WWF Eve of Destruction £7.99

WWF The Rock: Know Your Role £7.99

WWF The Best of Wrestlemania I-XIV £7.99

WWF The Best of Raw Vol.1 £7.99

WWF The Best of Survivor Series 1987-1997 £7.99

WWF Three Faces of Foley £7.99

WWE Wrestlemania Anthology – £65.00

WWF WrestleMania X-7 – £14.00


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  8. Dave says:

    @ Isrs4life

    Correct…Rf video has had a deal with Ecw to distribute tapes…all Rf video is doing now are transferring footage to DVD that they own….whatever they released on VHS in the past before wwe bought out the assets could be released on DVD.

  9. Isrs4life says:

    They sell a whole lot of ECW on highspots/rf video
    Wonder how RF Video ever got licenese to sell ECW dvd’s in
    the first place did they have once commentment before WWE
    bought ECW?

  10. tnawwejosh says:

    Got an even better find for UK buyers the attitude collection DVD’s are £6 each (Including P&P) on Amazon UK.

  11. Did anybody take advantage of these deals? Let us know what you bought.

  12. Bill says:

    Now granted, for a hardcore collector this might be a bit of a turn off, but last year somebody decided to sell their entire WWE DVD PPV collection. It was everything from 1999-2010. The only thing is, they were kept in giant DVD Folios so there were no cases. However, all of the artwork and inserts were there, they just had a crease down the spine so they would fit in the folio. I got this auction as the only bidder for $350. It also came with probably 15 random other sets like Rock, Stone Cold, WCW, etc. and I was able to turn around and sell all those off for about $50 since I already had all of them. I couldn’t believe I got nearly 150 PPVs for basically $2 a piece. Cases or not it was incredible I got these back in June and I have only been able to get myself into 2004 as of now but going through and watching these has been just awesome.

  13. Dave says:

    @ SRB


    Also found another link that seems to have more complete shows, especially 1993, http://www.softwolves.pp.se/wrestling/ecw/

  14. SRB says:

    @Dave, thanks for the link. I’d like to think that one is a complete listing, but I feel like i can never be sure since the PPVs/supercards are called different things to different people. I believe Holiday Hell did happen in 93 and other years but it is not listed on the site. I really wish I could get clarity on this.

    As far as what I own, about 10 years ago a guy online was selling his entire wrestling VHS collection and after wiring him the cash I received about 200 tapes in the mail about 6 hours each, it was the find of my life. I transferred all of them to DVD as his quality was awful. He had Sabu compilations, Japan stuff, ECW, WCW and a few shoots in there too. It really hooked me at the time although i obviously already loved wrestling to even make the purcahse. I cant tell if his were the RF versions or what since he barely even had tape labels, but I am assuming so. The day I got the package was like winning the lottery. I sat in my bedroom as a teenager literally for days watching new wrestling, reliving old events and learning facts that i never knew. The ECW collection was a wonderful addition.

  15. Dave says:

    @ SRB

    I believe you got the RF Video releases…they are official since RF Video were the main distributor of ECW tapes/DVDs.

    As for websites, i use this: http://divozecw.angelfire.com/supercards.html

  16. SRB says:

    Does anyone know a good site that can give me the entire history of ECW pay per views, events, and supercards? I tried Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_ECW_pay-per-view_events but noticed they were missing 3 in particular – Barbwire, Hoodies, and Chokeslams as well as Ultraclash 93 and The Night The Line Was Crossed. I am looking for a very complete and comprehensive website showing names of the events and the dates they took place. Everything from Ultraclash 93 to the 2001 events. I have always been a bit confused as to exactly what ECW did and when. Every site I have been on is either conflicting or doesnt show the history in full. Thanks guys

  17. SRB says:

    @Dave. I have ALL of the ECW PPVs on DVD including all Hardcore TV episodes and TNN episodes, but the footage is grainy and pretty old looking. Although I know it has the ECW stamp all over it. These DVDs would be quite the gift, nice job on grabbing those when you can.

  18. Dave says:

    @ SRB

    The ECW collections are great…i got majority of the UK versions on ebay.com and UK. Last year i found a seller on craiglist selling these DVDs. I bought 10 of them with 3 being brand new (Massacre on 34th Street, Living Dangerously 2000 and Anarchy Rulz 2000), all for $100, pretty good deal at $10 a disc.

    Also these are region 0 but in PAL, so you would need a region free DVD player that accepts PAL signal.

  19. Simon says:

    The WMX7 UK DVD auction looks dubious. The seller only has a feedback rating of one, which was as a buyer not as a seller. Additionally, he doesn’t provide any postage costs, and says that it will be dispatched within 8-10 days, second class via a private courier. Seems very dodgy to me, so beware.

  20. Dave says:

    The Benoit is not really rare (for used anyways) i see tons of copies on ebay and amazon marketplace.

    A new copy is pretty rare though and goes for at least $40+. If you got an autograph one, it might be worth a lot more.

  21. SRB says:

    That ECW collection looks great. I’d love to get my hands on those and plenty of other great suctions to check out too.

    @MrB I havent seen the Benoit DVD go for much. I went into the completed listings for it on Ebay and found that most went a little above $5 and a few over $10, and the range in price has more to do with feedback, item location and shipping costs. I’m sure your signed copy would get a bit more, but peronally I’d hang on to it. Mine has been collecting dust as well. Since his death I may have watched it once or twice only for the Japan footage. Some businesses have refused to carry it for obvious reasons, which then makes it rare, but I’ve found it at used music and DVD shops for a few bucks, so who knows.

  22. MrB says:

    I see the Benoit DVD is listed as rare, does it usually go for much when sold? I took that DVD to an autograph session and had it signed by Benoit in 2006. It’s basically just been put away and collecting dust since the following year.