Discussion in 'Collecting and Card Price Discussion' started by headsrcool, Jun 13, 2008.
How much is a Mint Charizard Ex FRLG, near Christmas time?
It really depends on the buyer, but I'd guess 75$.
That isnt even close.
The truth is it really depends on when you sell it. If you sell it now you can get around 125-150 for it if you list it right on ebay. However, if you wait until late November, early December, you can get over 200 easily for it. I sold a few for 250 last year during the Holidays.
The dark twins is wrong, i have only seen one go for 80 on ebay, christmas time maybe 100.
As I said, depends on the buyer. I've seen the average low of 70-something, but I've seen them up to 150$ (but we can't forget those sellers who start Starly at 10$ :lol.
Your right, I am wrong, except that I 1, sell on ebay as a hobby, and 2, am the Price Guide Reporter for Pokegym, but keep thinking your right. I would love to buy a few mint Chex from you for 80 USD. I would love to make some nice profit on them.
Yeh, I agree, but if your a smart seller you won't sell a Chex for 75$ because you know if you put it at a BIN of 130-140 or so you will get it.
Average is $100 - $150 right now and TheDarkTwins is right about the christmas prices! I wouldn't hold you breath for this year but I would think it will still be going for over $150 a shot.:thumb:
Right now they (the auctions at least) seem to be going for exactly $100.
It's actually a bit tipped. After sifting through grabbag auctions, I've found the last 17 actual English Charizard ex's that sold as of today. Average is $107.91. There's a sample variance deviation of $15.14, so you can see them fluctuate between $92.77 to $123.05. The lowest price sold so far is $89.82. The highest price was $145.48. This gives Charizard ex a $55.66 range in value. All prices include shipping costs. Statistics are so fun... :thumb:
Disclaimer: I do not certify that my findings are 100% accurate based on the sample taken between a 2 week range in June through an auction website. Prices will fluctuate.
The highest one has gone for is over $250. The actual value is around $20 but people will pay over five times what the card is actually worth.
Well if you want to be correct the card is worth about 10 cents based on what it took to make the card. But it is really worth 100+ because of the demand for it.
Lets just put it at this... I'm waiting for Christmas to sell mine!
... but what month? Mid-November the hottest time to sell it?
The value of this card is likely to rise around holiday season. Early shoppers would target mid to mid-late November. Those late shoppers would aim around early-mid December or sometimes even the week of Christmas to do Chrismas shopping. Hurray for express mail...
i am on ebay almost daily looking at cards and i agree during Christmas this card can do upwards of 250+ there are always people looking during the winter one because it is cold outside and 2 because they are looking for a good present right now on average they are running around 100-125
Hmmm. I guess I'll list mine late November and have it end early December with Priority shipping.
I'd say 275$ if you are lucky
Drew why don't you buys the ones for $80-120 and then sell them for $150-200 on the holidays.
Making complicated things, so simple
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