BotCon '07 Boxset Query

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  1. Spartan Prime

    Spartan Prime is an apathetic douchebag

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    I have one. Perfect condition, figures have only been out of the case once or twice, and not for very long at that. All instructions, cards, and the CoA is included.

    How much you think I could get for it? Never sold off a collector's set before. Where is the best market/place to promote it?
     
  2. smokey420

    smokey420 auto-con

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    I would say here you will get the most, but I don't think you will get more than 300 for it.
     
  3. azdragon58

    azdragon58 Well-Known Member

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    You should post this question in the toy discussion thread... You will get a better answer, and faster...
     
  4. jerryitus

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    I sold my 2007 box set recently and got a hell of a lot more than $300. If you can't find a board member that is willing to pay a decent price, you'll get a fair price on ebay.
     
  5. wrecker

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    Ebay:
    900 at least.
     
  6. Prowl4680

    Prowl4680 SuperCool Autobot Dude!!

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    I agree....though with Thrust, Dirge having been released and an upcoming Thundercracker release, interest may be a bit lagging. I'd buy but I don't have $900 like that. Good luck anyway. :thumbs2: 
     
  7. Menasor81

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    EBAY is your enxt bet if you dont score on here but i have seen them go for easily 900 or more good luck
     
  8. motorhead9999

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    I sold mine maybe two months ago for 780 bucks I believe.
     
  9. Malach Ra

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    They dont go easily for 900 anymore. More around 700-850. Maybe less on a bad day.
     
  10. metrotitan

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    Seriously? Please tell me where I can get one for $300.
     
  11. robofreak

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    I checked with ebay archives. Which goes back further than the completed listings. In the last few months, there have been about 3 2007 sets that have sold for just under $600.

    It's in the 500 to 600 range
     
  12. Primez

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    Botcon 2007 lol.
     
  13. G1Prowl

    G1Prowl Autobot Strategist

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    I'm wondering if the figs would do better selling separately. I know there's next to no interest in that version of Dirge, but the others might get a pretty penny
     
  14. smokey420

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    Loose, I have seen people let go of Thrust, Dirge, and Thundercracker go for 50-75 each, bugbite and Dreadwind, 100 or better, these are the recent prices
     
  15. Automorpher

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    ^ Bugbite's almost USD $200. A fellow member had listed his on eBay. :popcorn 
     
  16. SCPrime

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    Bugbite doing for $200 now? Dang, and I think Bugbite is the worst in the lot.
     
  17. G1Prowl

    G1Prowl Autobot Strategist

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    Just because someone has it listed on ebay for $200 doesn't mean it'll sell for that.
     
  18. SCPrime

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    that's true. But I was assuming it got bidded up to around $200. That's how I read the post.
     
  19. wildfly

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    I'll give you 305!
     
  20. G1Prowl

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    I see alot of "buy it now" at high prices, never see an auction end for close to that. Except once I saw people bid a Pointblank up to over $250 when there were "buy it now"s for under $70. Baffling.
     

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