in Interesting Auctions, NES, Nintendo Sealed Stadium Events by phear3d January 15, 2011, 8:57 am 10 Comments Heres another sealed copy of Stadium Events. Currently at $2,000 – errr, I mean $22,000. Where can I get a flux capacitor? Share this:TweetShare on Tumblr Related stadium events See more Previous article Natan Drake sculpture, APF Imagination Machine Next article Vintage Screwattack.com Items 10 Comments Leave a Reply Damn ! o_o Someone will pay 22 000$ for a game, unbelievable … Reply Is it possible to fake that ? (ie: reseal an unsealed copy with a sealing machine, so prices go up). Reply Sealed went for a couple thousand a few years ago. Prices on SE these days are WAY inflated and not worth near this much. Reply As they say, an items “worth” isn’t just a set amount, or what anyone may think it is, but more what someone is willing to pay. It didnt get to the price it is without the demand it has. Some say some of the rare comic books out there arent “worth” thousands because its just printed paper, some say rare coins arent worth but their face value because they are just metal, and some say diamonds, gold, and other precious stones arent “worth” what they sell for because they are just rocks in the ground. Basically, they all are rare, are only acquired with a price, and that price seems to increase with an increasing collectors base. As for faking a copy, good luck trying to find a Near MINT stadium events that doesnt have cracking at the top lid to make it look unopened, and then faking a perfect H-seam. Its a lot harder than you think 🙂 Reply Great Scott Marty!!! Why do I detect a really stupid seller or someone who is artificially trying to inflate the price? Reply Why do people bother bidding this early in the auction? I’m not suggesting sniping at the last second, but people might save themselves some cash if they waited until the last few minutes. Reply I will sell you a flux capacitor for $23,000 USD Reply The biggest hoax… Stadium Events $20,000+ Oh please… There’s no buyer. Its a trap ! Noone will pay that kind of cash; unless they played the “seller” and the “buyer”. There’s people out there sitting on old-stock they’ve never destroyed. But creating a so-called demand for these pointless games like Stadium Events. Reply so what would you do if you were to find one of these? would you: a) throw it in the garbage knowing that its worth $22,000-$41,000 b) trade it for a copy of assassin’s creed knowing its worth $22,000-$41,000 or c) sell it on ebay and make $22,000 upto $41,000 and STFU Reply @phear3d – Owning a copy of Stadium Events, I know for a fact this won’t sell anywhere near thousands of dollars. Its a publicity stunt. Prove me wrong… Reveal the buyer, his pay stub, and his immaculate gaming collection. If YOU can seriously do that – I’LL SHUT UP. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.