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What price in a bar is fair?


By Ibanezshreader

3 years ago



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#41 3 years ago

I'd keep the price as low as possible to attract business. People hate to be gouged and $1 a game is just that... in my opinion. I'd leave it at 50 cents for the newer games and drop to a quarter for the older games.

#89 3 years ago
Quoted from frolic:

IMO, if you got half the plays for twice the price, you are already ahead because of the reduced wear on your machines generating that same money.

The op said he was doing this route to keep his collection out of the house, let people enjoy pinball and to keep pinball available to the public. He said it isn't about the money.

I would think he'd want cheaper rates to keep the players happy & coming back.

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