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Overpriced Sealed Games

Thinking of adding a few sealed games to your collection,  just to get them graded?

Here’s a few suggestions:

Bubble Bobble 2 – Only $999.95
Final Fantasy 1 – Only $999.99
Zelda 2 – Only 799.99

Mega Man X2 – Only $999.99

Final Fantasy 7 – Only $595.95 or if you’re on a budget, why not pick up the Greatest Hits for $324.00.
Silent Hill Only $249.00

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Super Mario Advance – Only $449.01

Ok, now I’m stopping this post. If anyone buys a sealed Super Mario Advance for four hundred bucks, I’m hunting you down. Make this guy an “Or Best Offer” of $1.00 juts to annoy him. I just did.

Anyway, these are all store prices. No one really expects to get them, but just wants to generate traffic to their other listings (which I unfortunately just helped with) or to get offers on them.
I’m sometimes guilty of this. If I list an item on eBay, and there no one else offering it, not in any eBay stores and not in any completed listing, I’m pretty much going to triple my BIN.

No one will buy that sealed FF1 for a grand, but someone will probably bite at this Sealed Final Fantasy 1 for $329.99.

My point?

Not sure if I really had one, just wanted to point out some of the insane prices people throw on their store items. People overprice their sealed games. They think they’re worth more than they are. I’m just curious how grading will affect this. Not so much as actual prices, but just what people think their items should be worth.


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