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Anybody in Canada have any pins they want to sell?

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#20451 44 days ago
Quoted from Boat:

Looking to free up some cash for house projects
I have a players condition bally elektra, needs new sound board $2,500
I also have a really nice goldeneye, no crotch wear, comes with pinsound $7500
Prices firm, shipping is no problem for a fee

Elektra new sound and power board installed. Plays great! Looking for 3k firm. Will be listing on kijiji in a few days

#20452 42 days ago

Anyone have an Ac/Dc? Going to be going on a road trip to Calgary and back and was hoping to find someone who was selling one

#20453 41 days ago

TMNT LE $12800. Cash and carry in Regina.

#20454 41 days ago
#20456 40 days ago
Quoted from Rob_G:

I miss the days where if you wanted a game, if P1 didn't have it they would get it within a few weeks (month tops). I also find it odd that Stern production still cannot keep up, let alone Canadian distributors being able to keep stock of almost anything. It is what it is, but it has really dampened my outlook on pinball and I no longer look forward to new games. Want an LE? Forget about that. Want a Premium? Wait who knows how long?
Affordability went out the window long ago.
Rob

Times have changed, sure, but they will bend back the other way too.

The Canadian market is a weird animal. Games here are staying high when they shouldn't. Also, lots of games for sale just aren't selling because people are waiting.

Lots of angles to look at and it's a weird place to be right now both on the buying AND selling sides.

#20457 40 days ago

Used buyers market in Canada looks pretty good right now... lots of games coming up this summer and some good deals compared to Covid times I must say.

The CAD outlook is pretty bogus right now, if distributors are lowering their stock and trying to mainly deal by taking payments in full as games pass customs, Im sure they are trying to lower their risk from losing out on currency fluctuations

#20458 40 days ago
Quoted from mitchzizzle:

Used buyers market in Canada looks pretty good right now... lots of games coming up this summer and some good deals compared to Covid times I must say.
The CAD outlook is pretty bogus right now, if distributors are lowering their stock and trying to mainly deal by taking payments in full as games pass customs, Im sure they are trying to lower their risk from losing out on currency fluctuations

Agreed, for the first time, I feel like there are better deals in Canada than USA.. haha.

#20459 40 days ago
Quoted from koji:

Agreed, for the first time, I feel like there are better deals in Canada than USA.. haha.

A lot of used games sitting and not selling at decent prices too. If I had more room I would have jumped on a couple near me still listed on PinRev.

#20460 40 days ago

Oh yeah. Im in hot water because Ive bought two this month, I keep saying I am 'going to sell one' to make room. . But just cant find a local buyer for my WhoDunnit oh well I guess Ill hold onto it for now

#20461 40 days ago

Too many say they are going to buy or they are looking for something, when the deal falls into their lap they do nothing!

#20462 40 days ago

Just gonna dab my "I wish you were closer" Pinside bingo card here...

#20463 40 days ago
Quoted from Boat:

Elektra new sound and power board installed. Plays great! Looking for 3k firm. Will be listing on kijiji in a few days

Sold pending pickup

#20465 40 days ago

Damn, wish I had seen that Joust sooner!

#20467 40 days ago
Quoted from Canuck_pinhead:

Fees will bring it over $10k

Way over....fees plus taxes.

#20468 40 days ago

I think someone sold one out of Guelph for $7k US a couple years back so likely pretty close to market. Very rare game.

#20469 39 days ago

Just curious as to what the current retail price is for a NIB Stern LE? I know this doesn't necessarily translate to market price... There's a Godzilla LE (approx 500 plays) up for sale in Montreal for $18.5k and that "feels" pretty high to me but maybe I'm just deluding myself?

#20470 39 days ago

Call player one

Quoted from ShineSpark:

Just curious as to what the current retail price is for a NIB Stern LE? I know this doesn't necessarily translate to market price... There's a Godzilla LE (approx 500 plays) up for sale in Montreal for $18.5k and that "feels" pretty high to me but maybe I'm just deluding myself?

#20471 39 days ago
Quoted from ShineSpark:

Just curious as to what the current retail price is for a NIB Stern LE? I know this doesn't necessarily translate to market price... There's a Godzilla LE (approx 500 plays) up for sale in Montreal for $18.5k and that "feels" pretty high to me but maybe I'm just deluding myself?

I think they are currently $11KUS or approximately $16-$16.5k CDN with the taxes in Ontario (and depending on FX rates at the time). $18.5k Cdn is a pretty fair price given the current market value. You be looking at minimum $15KUS for an LE plus the FX and taxes, you be closer to $22k CDN to get it across the border, plus any shipping you may have to pay.

#20472 39 days ago
Quoted from pinballjah:

I think they are currently $11KUS or approximately $16-$16.5k CDN with the taxes in Ontario (and depending on FX rates at the time). $18.5k Cdn is a pretty fair price given the current market value. You be looking at minimum $15KUS for an LE plus the FX and taxes, you be closer to $22k CDN to get it across the border, plus any shipping you may have to pay.

Yeah, unfortunately, when you talk about MSRP for a Stern LE, MSRP is meaningless.. just market value.

#20473 39 days ago

id say 18.5 CAD is a hell of a price for a GZLE for sure. holy.... I bet they are 17k USD in the states right now. Although there's a Turtles LE for sale for less than 13k if i'm not mistaken in Sask right now!

#20474 39 days ago

I just finished tuning up a Gottlieb Solar Ride, and now I've got a fever and the only prescription is more system one's.

Preferred titles would be pinball pool, genie, count-down, Cleopatra or torch. Any available in Manitoba or maybe Saskatchewan? I saw the Cleo and torch in Minnesota but with exchange, tax and travel they are getting up there.

Projects are ok, no boards is ok.

Thanks.

#20475 39 days ago
Quoted from Willathrilla:

I just finished tuning up a Gottlieb Solar Ride, and now I've got a fever and the only prescription is more system one's.
Preferred titles would be pinball pool, genie, count-down, Cleopatra or torch. Any available in Manitoba or maybe Saskatchewan? I saw the Cleo and torch in Minnesota but with exchange, tax and travel they are getting up there.
Projects are ok, no boards is ok.
Thanks.

You should add Joker Poker to your list

#20476 39 days ago
Quoted from ShineSpark:

Just curious as to what the current retail price is for a NIB Stern LE? I know this doesn't necessarily translate to market price... There's a Godzilla LE (approx 500 plays) up for sale in Montreal for $18.5k and that "feels" pretty high to me but maybe I'm just deluding myself?

18.5k CAD is a heck of a lot cheaper than the NIB one Zach at FlipNOut has up for 21k USD + shipping as a comparable.

#20477 39 days ago
Quoted from Smack:

18.5k CAD is a heck of a lot cheaper than the NIB one Zach at FlipNOut has up for 21k USD + shipping as a comparable.

There's three in marketplace from 15-17 USD, so 18.5 CAD is a very good price for an unreal fucking pinball machine.

#20478 39 days ago
Quoted from ShineSpark:

Just curious as to what the current retail price is for a NIB Stern LE? I know this doesn't necessarily translate to market price... There's a Godzilla LE (approx 500 plays) up for sale in Montreal for $18.5k and that "feels" pretty high to me but maybe I'm just deluding myself?

Don't believe the hype and do your own research. Prices have been dropping on pretty much all machines. Canadian collectors can't let go of the BS COVID pricing. They can't because many couldn't really afford the games but they used the "it will go up in value" excuse to justify their purchase. They also like to use the "but you'll pay GST if you import" reason for overcharging. Used prices need to be compared without taxes. Apples to apples right?

There are some for sale on marketplace right now - however just like any other marketplace, these are ASKING prices and don't necessarily reflect market value, otherwise they'd sell immediately. They are listed at 15k and up ASKING price. That's about 19k CAD. If you look at the games that actually sold on marketplace, most didn't sell at that price. One did sell at 15k a month ago.

It's up to you to decide if it's overpriced for the market at this time and you just need to be patient. Let the seller sit on his game for a while until he adjusts his price. Or move on to something else. Or pay what he wants!

#20479 39 days ago
Quoted from ShineSpark:

Just curious as to what the current retail price is for a NIB Stern LE? I know this doesn't necessarily translate to market price... There's a Godzilla LE (approx 500 plays) up for sale in Montreal for $18.5k and that "feels" pretty high to me but maybe I'm just deluding myself?

I wouldn't pay that much over retail... It's about $16,500 CAD for a LE taxes in. Just wait for a Premium NIB from Player One.

#20480 39 days ago
Quoted from davidlldennis:

I wouldn't pay that much over retail... It's about $16,500 CAD for a LE taxes in. Just wait for a Premium NIB from Player One.

This is the way to go. The PREM. The wait is worth it.

The LE's will run their own market from game to game and that's going to show in pricing.

#20481 39 days ago

Also interested in a Rick and Morty in the Alberta area.

#20482 39 days ago
Quoted from wolffcub:

Also interested in a Rick and Morty in the Alberta area.

If you didn't know... The programmer added in a bunch of new dimensions recently and is doing finishing touches right now on a really cool - 1-4 player "1 Ball challenge" mode - super cool
This game keeps getting better!

#20483 39 days ago

What's the wait on a GZ Prem from P1?

#20484 39 days ago
Quoted from northerndude:

If you didn't know... The programmer added in a bunch of new dimensions recently and is doing finishing touches right now on a really cool - 1-4 player "1 Ball challenge" mode - super cool
This game keeps getting better!

Man.. I hate it when I decide there is a game I want, and all of a sudden people start talking it up.. you can hear the pinflation register advancing.. ch ching.. ch ching.. ahh.. nooo.. it's a poor shooter until they own it ok?

#20485 38 days ago
Quoted from MrMikeman:

Don't believe the hype and do your own research. Prices have been dropping on pretty much all machines. Canadian collectors can't let go of the BS COVID pricing. They can't because many couldn't really afford the games but they used the "it will go up in value" excuse to justify their purchase. They also like to use the "but you'll pay GST if you import" reason for overcharging. Used prices need to be compared without taxes. Apples to apples right?
There are some for sale on marketplace right now - however just like any other marketplace, these are ASKING prices and don't necessarily reflect market value, otherwise they'd sell immediately. They are listed at 15k and up ASKING price. That's about 19k CAD. If you look at the games that actually sold on marketplace, most didn't sell at that price. One did sell at 15k a month ago.
It's up to you to decide if it's overpriced for the market at this time and you just need to be patient. Let the seller sit on his game for a while until he adjusts his price. Or move on to something else. Or pay what he wants!

This post right here.

The market is not what it was even 3 months ago.

A handful of Deadpool Le's are listed right now ranging from $14-16k and none of them are selling. Only one that sold was one that dropped to an asking price of $13k and the guy knew he had to drop to catch people's attention.

A rush le just sold here in Canada for $15,800 because that's where it should be.

Watching the market asking prices is a very bad indicator of what's actually transpiring.

Especially with new games getting announced all the time and a new stern on the short horizon a lot of people are holding off.

Production is catching up steadily on most, and lots of distributors are finding themselves sitting on games that just aren't selling as fast as they once were.

I'm gonna stop typing my wall of text, but it's easy to see the market has softened. Unfortunately a lot of people who dropped big money in the last year are going to feel losses on the inflated prices they paid because patience wasn't their fortitude.

#20486 38 days ago
Quoted from koji:

Man.. I hate it when I decide there is a game I want, and all of a sudden people start talking it up.. you can hear the pinflation register advancing.. ch ching.. ch ching.. ahh.. nooo.. it's a poor shooter until they own it ok?

I've hated mine for ages, can't believe I still have this firewood in my basement

#20487 38 days ago

Rush LE at Player1 after taxes; $16,385.00
Keep in mind the MSRP's;
RUSH: $11,099
Godzilla: $10,499

I have a RUSH LE and a Godzilla Premium.
I'm not a fan of the RUSH theme/band and am a HUGE fan of the Godzilla theme.
Rush is a waaaaaaaaaay better pin in every way (imo).
Try before you buy, if you can.

#20488 38 days ago

I played both at Maple and can agree with that.

#20489 38 days ago

For Trade: ALIEN SV for your Rick and Morty , only Rick and Morty

FOR SALE: WhoDunnit , art blades and new slot reels (uninstallled) included. $6000 obo

#20490 38 days ago
Quoted from Meegis:

This post right here.
The market is not what it was even 3 months ago.
A handful of Deadpool Le's are listed right now ranging from $14-16k and none of them are selling. Only one that sold was one that dropped to an asking price of $13k and the guy knew he had to drop to catch people's attention.
A rush le just sold here in Canada for $15,800 because that's where it should be.
Watching the market asking prices is a very bad indicator of what's actually transpiring.
Especially with new games getting announced all the time and a new stern on the short horizon a lot of people are holding off.
Production is catching up steadily on most, and lots of distributors are finding themselves sitting on games that just aren't selling as fast as they once were.
I'm gonna stop typing my wall of text, but it's easy to see the market has softened. Unfortunately a lot of people who dropped big money in the last year are going to feel losses on the inflated prices they paid because patience wasn't their fortitude.

Overpaying for a Nib is coming to an end? I am good with that lol

#20491 38 days ago
Quoted from Pin_Fandango:

Overpaying for a Nib is coming to an end? I am good with that lol

Gave you a thumbs up... but guessing you don't see those either..

#20492 38 days ago
Quoted from transprtr4u:

Gave you a thumbs up... but guessing you don't see those either..

lol and yes you are correct.

#20493 38 days ago

I’m looking for a Addams in Canada. PM me. Thanks
Richard

#20495 38 days ago

Cant beat that timing! Lol

#20496 38 days ago

Just saw that an hour ago lol

#20497 38 days ago
Quoted from Meegis:

This post right here.
The market is not what it was even 3 months ago.
A handful of Deadpool Le's are listed right now ranging from $14-16k and none of them are selling. Only one that sold was one that dropped to an asking price of $13k and the guy knew he had to drop to catch people's attention.
A rush le just sold here in Canada for $15,800 because that's where it should be.
Watching the market asking prices is a very bad indicator of what's actually transpiring.
Especially with new games getting announced all the time and a new stern on the short horizon a lot of people are holding off.
Production is catching up steadily on most, and lots of distributors are finding themselves sitting on games that just aren't selling as fast as they once were.
I'm gonna stop typing my wall of text, but it's easy to see the market has softened. Unfortunately a lot of people who dropped big money in the last year are going to feel losses on the inflated prices they paid because patience wasn't their fortitude.

Pin inflation is going to turn to pin deflation. Watch for upcoming hordes of games for sale, as guys who buried themselves in credit card debt buying "investment" games panic with the reality of the looming economic crisis hitting their pocketbook harder as they experience the reality of living costs climbing daily.

#20498 38 days ago

I have the pins in my collection on the automatic "Want to buy" email Pinside sends out so I can watch the asking prices closer. I've been seeing drops in the US prices for some but raising on others. kind of odd but overall they appear to be falling but not crashing

#20499 38 days ago
Quoted from aeonblack:

Price drop on TNA - $9k
Price drop on CSI - $6500
Local pickup only.

Bump, both TNA and CSI still up for sale.

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#20500 38 days ago
Quoted from ShineSpark:

Just curious as to what the current retail price is for a NIB Stern LE? I know this doesn't necessarily translate to market price... There's a Godzilla LE (approx 500 plays) up for sale in Montreal for $18.5k and that "feels" pretty high to me but maybe I'm just deluding myself?

You can buy my Godzilla Premium for $18.5k, lot nicer than any LE out there IMO and you can play before you buy.

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