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    Default Shrinkwrapped SNES games

    Am I asking too much ($100 starting bid) for nine sealed SNES games and one sealed SNES controller? None of the games are that uncommon to my knowledge, but all are brand new.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...MESE%3AIT&rd=1

    The game are:

    Nolan Ryan's Baseball

    Pro Quarterback

    Jeopardy!

    NHLPA Hockey '93

    Gary Kitchen's Super Battletank: War in the Gulf

    Bulls vs. Blazers and the NBA Playoffs

    John Madden Football '93

    Jimmy Conner's Pro Tennis Tour

    Cal Ripkin Jr. Baseball

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    that is most likely too high for common sealed SNES games. I would run it auction style starting it at $50 or so and let it end where it ends. generally auctions go for the price they would regardless of starting bid anyways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raregamergirl
    that is most likely too high for common sealed SNES games. I would run it auction style starting it at $50 or so and let it end where it ends. generally auctions go for the price they would regardless of starting bid anyways.
    The only reason I put the starting bid at $100 is because I didn't want to let it go for under that. I should have went with a reserve instead. I'll see if I can fix it.

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    Changed to a $70 reserve price.

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    Good luck with your sale although I tend to agreee that $100 or $70 is just to much...most of the games are dirt common, even sealed...
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    for best results I like to start auctions at 1 penny esp. when I know they will end at $20+

    nothing encourages bids and watching more than a cheap starting auction.

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    As stated the first time you started a thread advertising this auction, Add it to your first sale thread. Do not create a new thread for each auction. Thank you.

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