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Stadium Events Sealed Sells for $22,800

January 22, 2011 by  
Filed under Articles, Everything, Factory Sealed, Nintendo (NES)

Roughly a week ago, I listed an ongoing auction for a sealed copy of the NTSC version of Stadium Events; one of the rarest things you can find in the world of the NES. The final bid was $22,800 and congratulations go to the new owner of this video game treasure! I’ve contacted the seller of the game(golfgirl2390), and she said that the transaction was complete. After receiving the message I checked her updated status seeing the exchange of feedback with her and the buyer.

There are people in the world who do not understand why a game should have a price like this when the game itself isn’t very good. The price comes from the rarity of the cartridge of course… but, imagine what would happen if someone was to buy Stadium Events thinking that the high price was due to the quality of the game…

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11 Responses to “Stadium Events Sealed Sells for $22,800”
  1. Riku says:

    I
    Just
    Don’t
    Get
    It

  2. Joseph says:

    Hey, that was pretty cheap!! …….not…… Well, in comparison to the one that made national news it is!

  3. Riku says:

    Yeah, it was like half the price of the other one!

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  2. [...] Stadium Events, for those not familiar with its rarity, saw a limited release before Nintendo recalled and repackaged it as World Class Track Meet, complete with Power Pad. Over the last several years, the few copies of Stadium Events still out there regularly pull in mesmerizing sums of money on eBay, including a successful auction just a few days ago where one with a rip on the back of the box fetched a stunning $11,513. A 2011 auction for a sealed version of Stadium Events resulted in a successful sale for $22,800. [...]

  3. [...] Stadium Events, for those not familiar with its rarity, saw a limited release before Nintendo recalled and repackaged it as World Class Track Meet, complete with Power Pad. Over the last several years, the few copies of Stadium Events still out there regularly pull in mesmerizing sums of money on eBay, including a successful auction just a few days ago where one with a rip on the back of the box fetched a stunning $11,513. A 2011 auction for a sealed version of Stadium Events resulted in a successful sale for $22,800. [...]

  4. [...] Over the last several years, the few copies of Stadium Events still out there regularly pull in mesmerizing sums of money on eBay, including a successful auction just a few days ago where one with a rip on the back of the box fetched a stunning $11,513. A 2011 auction for a sealed version of Stadium Events resulted in a successful sale for $22,800. [...]

  5. [...] Over the last several years, the few copies of Stadium Events still out there regularly pull in mesmerizing sums of money on eBay, including a successful auction just a few days ago where one with a rip on the back of the box fetched a stunning $11,513. A 2011 auction for a sealed version of Stadium Events resulted in a successful sale for $22,800. [...]

  6. [...] Over the last several years, the few copies of Stadium Events still out there regularly pull in mesmerizing sums of money on eBay, including a successful auction just a few days ago where one with a rip on the back of the box fetched a stunning $11,513. A 2011 auction for a sealed version of Stadium Events resulted in a successful sale for $22,800. [...]

  7. [...] Over the last several years, the few copies of Stadium Events still out there regularly pull in mesmerizing sums of money on eBay, including a successful auction just a few days ago where one with a rip on the back of the box fetched a stunning $11,513. A 2011 auction for a sealed version of Stadium Events resulted in a successful sale for $22,800. [...]

  8. [...] Over the last several years, the few copies of Stadium Events still out there regularly pull in mesmerizing sums of money on eBay, including a successful auction just a few days agowhere one with a rip on the back of the box fetched a stunning $11,513. A 2011 auction for a sealed version of Stadium Events resulted in a successful sale for $22,800. [...]



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