Originally Posted by Rictor
Unless those Mario Parties were disc-only or scratched to hell, I probably would have sold them online rather than to Gamestop. True of a lot of games you guys are flipping though. Why take $15 Gamestop credit for a game that can easily fetch $30 cash?
Maybe the Mario Party's and Jedi Knight II, but many of the others are hardly worth selling. A lot of them are in Blockbuster cases (sure, you can swap those out, but still it is a hassle) and many don't have manuals. I thought for sure Mario Tennis was a sure fire seller, but it took me a full week's listing to sell one for just over $20. Yeah, better than $16 or whatever in GS credit, but not by much after fees take their bite (will be about the same in the end I guess - but in cash which of course is better).
The disappearance of Iridium Runners (and not finding Power Rangers) at stores I'm fairly sure I didn't get them from before makes me think there is a filthy lurker in my area. Of course I welcome any CAGs to hunt around me - the "filthy lurker" part is just because if there is someone else doing this, they are simply being a leech
. Also, when I was at one store they got a call for a specific used game and the clerk went right to the PS2 part of the B1G1 display and flipped through them and said they didn't have any.
. I really wanted to ask him what they were looking for - if it was IR or Power Rangers then I would have known for sure!