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Theory on why pinball prices have risen


By BradLinden

6 years ago



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#32 6 years ago

The only difference I see is that in the last 2 years Top tier NIBs have gone from 5500 to 8000. In that time they climbed easily but the last Stern release of TAV and JJps Hobbit is the first major outcry and slow down of sales.
Hoping its a ceiling for now.
As for the classics I fear its only up as they become more rare and new buyers are not fix it uppers but NIB guys that want a restored title of old.

#33 6 years ago
Quoted from kmoore88:

My bet is Stern will be out of the LE market when these other titles start shipping.

Stern could really kick ass by owning the Pro market here. Its a huge opportunity.

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