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Price Check

Started by Dain, July 25, 2007, 02:48:59 pm

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Dain

Hey guys,

I've got some Famicom stuff I'm eventually wanting to sell, but I'd like to know roughly what fair market value is for it. I figured you guys would know better than anyone. I'm not 100% sure I'm going to part with it yet, but if I do, I just don't want to get too ripped off :)

All of the items are complete/new, and I purchased them a long time ago and really don't recall what I paid for them.

R.O.B.
Stack-Up
Gyromite
3-D System
Laser Commander
Rodland
Super Mario Bros. 3

Any help would be appreciated.

-Dain
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JC

3D CIB = approx. $30
Rodland CIB = approx. $20
SMB3 = approx. $15
ROB = approx. $50
Gyro/Stack-Up = approx. $50 each

Don't know about the others. I haven't been paying attention to the prices lately, but these are what I think those'd go for. I hope you get a second or third opinion.

DevIancE

What's the going rate on a CIB A Week Of Garfield?   ...and does anyone happen to have one for sale/trade? I'm have difficulties locating one odviously. :P

kite200


Mario 3 should go for 25 now
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Dain

Cool, thanks for the info guys -- much appreciated!

-Dain
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jonathan_smith

What about the Rockman games?

JC

There's been a cart-only lot on eBay for $75 for a while. It's not selling. I don't think people would be willing to pay more than $60 for a lot like that. As for CIB, that's a different story. There are a few hardcore Mega Man collectors around who might pay about $15-20 per CIB Rock Man. I wouldn't recommend listing anything until September, as eBay is really slow because summer's ending and school's starting.

FamicomFreak

I'm asking this here so I don't make another thread which I think it's unnecessary but I want to know how much are worth the Famicom cart bubble bobble and the pirated bubble bobble. Thanks
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JC

Bubble Bobble for Famicom is a disk. There was no cart. There was a cart for Bubble Bobble 2, however. So, the pirate ain't worth much. I've seen it go for $10 on a lucky day for a seller. I'd be willing to pay $25 if it's the disk version on cart. :)

FamicomFreak

Quote from: JC on September 21, 2007, 09:22:30 pm
Bubble Bobble for Famicom is a disk. There was no cart. There was a cart for Bubble Bobble 2, however. So, the pirate ain't worth much. I've seen it go for $10 on a lucky day for a seller. I'd be willing to pay $25 if it's the disk version on cart. :)


what is the difference of the disk version if it's on cart?
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JC

Other than the technical internal changes required for it to be ported to cart, nothing is different from the disk version. I don't think the sprites were ever hacked.

FamicomFreak

Quote from: JC on September 21, 2007, 10:47:32 pm
Other than the technical internal changes required for it to be ported to cart, nothing is different from the disk version. I don't think the sprites were ever hacked.


I see man I am wanting to get me a disk system more and more every day!
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Jabra

How much does a loose Game Boy Advance cost ?

FamicomFreak

I have seen it for 20+ but there may be cases where it's lower than 20 well it's ebay anyways....
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UglyJoe

Gamestop sells the original GBAs used for $29.99.  They usually overprice, but that's a good ceiling price.  The SP is $59.99, which seems very high to me.