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In Topic: New Line of Nintendo Selects 8/26

13 August 2016 - 04:03 AM

Wish Super Smash and Mario Kart Wii U were on the list.

In Topic: Final fantasy type 0 or nba 2k15 xbox one Free after rebate newegg.com

30 July 2016 - 10:43 PM

FF rings up as $19.99 and its from a third party seller(TRU)

It won't let me enter the promo code.

Anyone else having issues with FF?

In Topic: GameStop 4 for $40 in store sale

26 July 2016 - 05:23 AM

Can you re-scan the lists? I can't see anything from your original lists that were uploaded. Thanks.

In Topic: The Official 2016 Yard Sale Thread

11 July 2016 - 04:01 AM

$30: for 3DS console, DSI console and DS games. Included 7 Pokemon games and a Zelda game. One of the best deals ever for me!

$30: for GameCube console, gameboy color console, smash bros melee and Pokemon XD. Also a bunch of Gameboy games.

$10: N64 console, Genesis console, 15 n64 games and 3 genesis games. Also a stack of manuals including Castlevania bloodlines.

$10: stack of 360 games and other misc games in picture.Attached File  image.jpeg   271.05KB   9 downloads

In Topic: The Official 2016 Yard Sale Thread

11 July 2016 - 03:56 AM

I disagree. I could have said .25 each. I believe $1 per game is reasonable as a general rule of thumb if I intend to buy all of them. I am giving a blind price without seeing the games at that point. Factor in sports games, complete junk, and the fact that they may be heavily soiled/scratched and a buck each sounds right. The system may not work, the games may not work. For me personally I tend to pay $1 /game and $10 a console on average (-in my head, I average it out) in case something doesn't work. I could try to go even lower, but they happily took my offer without me pushing.

I follow the same rule of thumb. $1 for games and $10 for a console. This way if something doesn't work or if I need to repair a console, it's worth it and I don't lose too much if it doesn't work.