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Price Check No Good Gophers


By Soulrider911

1 year ago



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#1 1 year ago

Hey guys I have been thinking about picking up a NGG nearby. Its an undocumented HUO, the seller is asking 6800... I offered 5k, he said he sill think about it. Even at my 5k seems high? I also know this is not a game a lot of people are dying to get. Shooter lane is flawless appears to be pristine.
Thoughts.

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#2 1 year ago

Pinside values this pin at $3500-4000. Id say your offer of $5000 is a little high. If it’s in perfect shape and huo, $5000 may be the high end price. I personally wouldn’t go any higher. That’s just my opinion, I’ve never owned a NGG

#3 1 year ago

IMO $5500 for true HUO

#4 1 year ago

Your 5k offer is very string imo.... its not a super sought after pin

#5 1 year ago

$4500 HUO maybe $5000 in a retail environment.

#6 1 year ago

4500 and it NEEDS to be VERY VERY nice.

3500 gets you a solid players game
4000 gets you a shopped, LED, refurbed game
4500 is HUO price and even that is high in my opinion

I guess if you really want it then 5, but there are much better games out in that range.

#7 1 year ago

Agree with the others. Your offer is above market. The seller is pulling a price out of the air. I would jump on that offer. You are paying a premium on an undocumented HUO game (and HUO is really, really overrated).

#8 1 year ago

$6800 is insane but then again everything costs more in California. I agree with what has already been said price-wise. Good luck.

#9 1 year ago

6800 is way too high....maybe if it was still in the box

#10 1 year ago

Well, for perspective, $200 more and you can get a Houdini or save $800 and get a TNA.

#11 1 year ago
Quoted from DngrWillRobinson:

Well, for perspective, $200 more and you can get a Houdini or save $800 and get a TNA.

And when put in that perspective, Houdini all the way for the win!

#12 1 year ago

Thanks for all the input guys really appreciate it, I felt it wa high too, I think 4500 is a fair price, and if he isn’t willing to come close to that then I’m going to pass. And maybe Houdini, I have been watching videos looks fun

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