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Old 03-04-2012, 10:42 AM
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I'm a buyer for one of the full tickets at $100....
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You might be getting a call on this price sooner than you think!

Leon,
I totally agree like I said in the upper posts when supply exceeds demand thet will drop like a stone. By the way I was trying to be nice at a 100. But you my friend stuck the knife in at 20!
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Scott,
You might be getting a call on this price sooner than you think!

Leon,
I totally agree like I said in the upper posts when supply exceeds demand thet will drop like a stone. By the way I was trying to be nice at a 100. But you my friend stuck the knife in at 20!
I have several personal instances of things dropping quickly. I know it happens. If I were meatloaf I would be selling quickly.

The more people that read this thread, pertaining to 4 booklets of them, the less they will be worth (imo). If there were only 20 in total, how much would you pay? If there are 80 in total, how much would you pay? There is your easy reference.
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Old 03-04-2012, 11:06 AM
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I have several personal instances of things dropping quickly. I know it happens. If I were meatloaf I would be selling quickly.

The more people that read this thread, pertaining to 4 booklets of them, the less they will be worth (imo). If there were only 20 in total, how much would you pay? If there are 80 in total, how much would you pay? There is your easy reference.
Agree 100% and even now trying to sell a full booklet has really lost its mystique. I think the name of the game was strike fast and at a fair price. But now its a strike out.
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I really believe there are probably more than 4. Ed and Meatloaf have two, I know another guy here in town that got one (his name is Leon!), and the original owner placed one on ebay after two had already been sold by him privately and intimated that he had multiples of them. The smile he gave me when he said "AT LEAST four" told me that he probably has more.
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Old 03-04-2012, 12:19 PM
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I really believe there are probably more than 4. Ed and Meatloaf have two, I know another guy here in town that got one (his name is Leon!), and the original owner placed one on ebay after two had already been sold by him privately and intimated that he had multiples of them. The smile he gave me when he said "AT LEAST four" told me that he probably has more.
Getting these loose tickets graded by PSA was a complete waste of money IMHO. I stated this in my original post on this thread. With the potential value diminishing by the moment, think how much Meatlof has already spent on plastic slabs. In the end, he may end up scrambling just to recover the PSA bill. BTW, if I'm not mistaken, PSA charges $50- $75 to authenticate these tickets. Good luck recovering all your money...
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The PSA grading/slabbing fees for tickets is $25 if you declare the value under $500
and $50 if you declare it over $500
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The PSA grading/slabbing fees for tickets is $25 if you declare the value under $500
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When I contacted PSA a while ago, I thought that they quoted me $50 for grading tickets pre-1974. Maybe I misunderstood??

How much do they charge for grading Omahog tickets that are $9,999 OBO on eBay? LOL

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Scott, I got the prices off their website Though as you stated $9,999 Omahog's may command the "Kings Ransom" rate.
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Scott, I got the prices off their website Though as you stated $9,999 Omahog's may command the "Kings Ransom" rate.
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I sent tickets in a few months ago. All were from 1920s-2010. They were $25 a piece.
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