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theeipi

Member Since 29 Jun 2005
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In Topic: PSN Code Trading Thread - READ THE OP! ONE POST EVERY THREE DAYS!

Yesterday, 06:37 PM

Have:
Multiple $25 PSN codes

 

Want:
$21.75 if one code, $21/code if multiple.

 

Prices are lowest that have been seen on the board for awhile.  Please don't waste time low  balling. 

 

I have >$5k in codes, I'll update as I'm running low.


In Topic: Thinkgeek Pi Day Sale

21 March 2019 - 12:29 PM

still not sure why people got so bent out of shape about xenoblade.  every store around me had 3 copies used.  every B2G1 sale I'd buy all 3 and sell them all on ebay for a profit.  i'm pretty sure that the ebay price was functionally the same price as the gamestop price, so why shouldn't they sell their inventory at market value?

 

if i found a whole ton of vintage harry potter lego sets unopened in my garage, i wouldn't sell them at MSRP i'd sell them at whatever the market would pay for them.


In Topic: PSN Code Trading Thread - READ THE OP! ONE POST EVERY THREE DAYS!

18 March 2019 - 08:19 PM

Have:

Lots of $25 PSN codes

 

Want:

$21 via Friends and Family per code
(orders of 1 code will be $21.75)


In Topic: Thinkgeek Pi Day Sale

15 March 2019 - 01:17 AM

Considering they tried (and failed) to find a company willing to buy them out, and the way their stock has been going the past couple years...

I'm just saying it's much more convincing now than it would have been even 5 years ago.

2 years and 5 years are just arbitrary numbers though.  its up over the past 15 years.  heck, i still remember in Dec 2002 when it went from $10/share to $5 a share people screaming its the end.  two months later it was down to $3.50 or so.  5 years later it was up to $60+ a share.

i watched them buy up a bunch of companies.  i watched them go privately held.  i watched them get bought up by Barnes and Nobles (remember using Barnes and Nobles X% off anything coupons to snatch up all the new games?), I watched them become publicly traded again.  They aren't going anywhere for a long time.  This isn't Blockbuster.


In Topic: Thinkgeek Pi Day Sale

14 March 2019 - 08:06 PM

i've been on this board for 15 years and been hearing the same convincing arguments about gamestop's demise the whole time.