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Has the pandemic had any affect on pinball prices?

By hbpinball

11 months ago


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    #7 11 months ago

    I really underestimated the effect travel had on disposable income. Hobbies, pinball, boating, gym equipment,etc... are out of control. I really thought prices would drop but in fact it has been just the opposite.

    #8 11 months ago

    An example, my parents usually go on a very expensive cruise once a year, instead my dad is planning on buying more games for the game house.

    #12 11 months ago
    Quoted from phil-lee:

    We really haven't seen the true issues for the Economy but will soon. No doubt many machines will be sold to pay rent/expenses. There are not enough well healed collectors to horde all of them for what could become years.

    This is what I believe would happen but not yet. I guess it depends on stimulus and how quickly the economy bounces back. Also lots of high end collectors with cash ready to pounce if prices drop.

    I know I have funds set aside in case it does.

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