Quoted from usandthem:
Agree that AC/DC Premium is not a $4500 game...yet...and may never be. However, if a game sits more than a day or two, it is overpriced. So, I disagree about that part. When you're ready to sell, sell it. Being able to sell quickly to the first person who looks at your game is much better than sitting on it and dealing with tire kickers for a month over a couple hundred dollars.
I have to disagree with your conclusion.
The fair market value of a game is not determined by time on the market.
I have sat on many games for weeks and found a buyer for close to my asking price. I could have started dropping the price daily and eventually reached that point where the game was a steal.
Sometimes it is just a matter of timing. Games do not need to sell in days in order to be properly priced.
I remember sitting on a NIB Spider-Man back in 2007 for $3,200. It sat for 3 weeks. The going rate at the time was closer to $3,500 for NIB Spidey. So even though mine was listed for less than the going rate, and other SM were selling at the time for more, my price of $3,400 was not overpriced.
Patience with selling a pinball machine is important if you want to get fair market for your game.