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GnR price increased by $1k?!?

By pinpin8990

8 months ago


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    #1501 3 months ago

    are any of us pinsiders truly "priced out" of buying JJP NIB games due to the $1,000 increase for all models? at first, I thought I was totally OUT on NIB JJP games from here on out. However, now after receiving and really loving my GNR LE, I almost feel compelled to change my mind; the game is a masterpiece!

    If Toy Story comes out and the Standard costs $7500-8000, I'd be hard pressed not to buy it NIB if it looks/plays anything like Wonka or Dialed in. The value is there, especially when one compares the price tag to a NIB stern premium, which offers far less features than a Standard JJP near the same price point.

    I own a Maiden Premium and Wonka Standard, and the two games are not even close to the same when it comes to features and "bells and whistles"; Wonka blows IMDN away on that category. They're both excellent games, but feature wise, Wonka takes the cake for SURE.

    #1502 3 months ago

    At 10.5k, before shipping and tax, I won't be buying a JJP. But if any company goes over 10k for a full featured game, I'm not paying that, but that's just me. This answers your question though that yes, I am out of buying a NIB JJP.

    #1503 3 months ago

    I'm not, I have only so much room and am maxed out. I would sell something to replace and that averages down the cost a bit.

    Toss in I have several JJP pins and they are my favorites and get most of the play, and I'm way past the honeymoon period.

    I would look for HUO first, that takes out the shipping and tax.

    #1504 3 months ago
    Quoted from HEAD_boss_HOG:

    are any of us pinsiders truly "priced out" of buying JJP NIB games due to the $1,000 increase for all models? at first, I thought I was totally OUT on NIB JJP games from here on out. However, now after receiving and really loving my GNR LE, I almost feel compelled to change my mind; the game is a masterpiece!
    If Toy Story comes out and the Standard costs $7500-8000, I'd be hard pressed not to buy it NIB if it looks/plays anything like Wonka or Dialed in. The value is there, especially when one compares the price tag to a NIB stern premium, which offers far less features than a Standard JJP near the same price point.
    I own a Maiden Premium and Wonka Standard, and the two games are not even close to the same when it comes to features and "bells and whistles"; Wonka blows IMDN away on that category. They're both excellent games, but feature wise, Wonka takes the cake for SURE.

    The biggest issue justifying the price increase is their shitty playfields, poor customer service, and zero warranty for playfields makes JJP very undesirable for any pin. I have one on order and leaning on flipping it

    #1505 3 months ago
    Quoted from thechakapakuni:

    ...is their shitty playfields, poor customer service, and zero warranty for playfields...

    Unmatched JJP quality!!

    #1506 3 months ago
    Quoted from thechakapakuni:

    The biggest issue justifying the price increase is their shitty playfields, poor customer service, and zero warranty for playfields makes JJP very undesirable for any pin. I have one on order and leaning on flipping it

    Preach!

    #1507 3 months ago
    Quoted from HEAD_boss_HOG:

    are any of us pinsiders truly "priced out" of buying JJP NIB games due to the $1,000 increase for all models? at first, I thought I was totally OUT on NIB JJP games from here on out. However, now after receiving and really loving my GNR LE, I almost feel compelled to change my mind; the game is a masterpiece!
    If Toy Story comes out and the Standard costs $7500-8000, I'd be hard pressed not to buy it NIB if it looks/plays anything like Wonka or Dialed in. The value is there, especially when one compares the price tag to a NIB stern premium, which offers far less features than a Standard JJP near the same price point.
    I own a Maiden Premium and Wonka Standard, and the two games are not even close to the same when it comes to features and "bells and whistles"; Wonka blows IMDN away on that category. They're both excellent games, but feature wise, Wonka takes the cake for SURE.

    With the way the market is , I'm priced out of second-hand pins , I'll have to stick to new in box .

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