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Found these pins in an "antique" store today


By PinballJon

5 years ago



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#1 5 years ago

Don't everybody jump on these at once!

You can get a routed, beat up High Roller Casino for only $5,295, and T2 (that isn't turned on and you can't touch) for only $5,995!I was walking through Caesars Palace in Las Vegas today and saw these in the window of an antique store in their shopping area. Sorry the pic isn't the best.

High Roller Casino and T2:
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Price tag on high roller:
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HRC has the typical white fade around the flipper buttons, lights out, and no decals on the drop targets. They both looked like they just came off a route, not terrible but certainly not worth these prices.

#2 5 years ago

Hey what better to buy with all the millions you win in Vegas.

#3 5 years ago

Wow, it sounds like they price it high so no one buys

#4 5 years ago

Hey man, time to win one of those progressive penny slots!

#5 5 years ago

If I hit it big, HRC is mine! Only if they'll come down to 5000 tho, otherwise the deal is off!

#6 5 years ago

Sitting in a window getting faded. lol

#7 5 years ago
Quoted from PinballJon:

I was walking through Caesars Palace in Las Vegas today and saw these in the window of an antique store in their shopping area.

I am not at all surprised. Is anything on the strip cheap? Even food that used to be next to nothing now costs and arm and a leg.

I bet you someone who has too much money and is drunk will pick them up too.

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