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Old 05-20-2013, 03:53 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Re: Cleaning NES cartridge contacts

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Originally Posted by Seahawk View Post
For real? The lowest price at the flea market was 5$, which is what I paid for.
Every other vendor was asking 15$ for it, and a "special" deal of 50$ for SMB 1, 2, 3. There were 40 million SMB1 cartridges sold packed in with the NES, and 17 million SMB3 sold standalone. I thought those prices were crazy.
They are crazy... ish. There seems to be this new trend than any video game for any outdated system is super valuable. I just checked Ebay and there are lots of SMB's going for a dollar or two though. I remember going into second hand shops several years back and no joke seeing, 30 or so copies of SMB/Duck Hunt just stacked up. The game is so common.
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