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    I was thinking about buying a Giant Pulsar by Yamasa for $200 (used). Is that a fair price?

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    Not sure. as values in the UK are different. Seems high too me though. Unlesss its coming with 1000-2000 tokens.
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    Hello BigGeorge and welcome to the group

    The price is high to me. Perhaps $70-100 for just the machine is what I would pay. It is worth whatever someone is willing to pay, but extras like tokens help a lot as Drunkenclam mentioned. Have you seen it in person and in operation? If it is very clean, completely working, and has 1000 tokens then I think someone might get the $200. I'd offer much lower and see where the conversation goes.

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    Giant Pulsar was released in 2006, by YAMASA. It has a large LCD, across the top of the machine.

    There isn't any set pricing, only what you feel the machine is worth. If I owned the machine and were trying to sell it, I'd probably start at $200 and not take any less than $150.

    So, for me, $200 seems like a good starting price. But, if you really want it, $200 isn't to "overly priced", either.
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    I have a thing for the frog themed pulsars...I'd have to have it, offer 100.00 then see what they counter offer with (I'd honestly pay the 200 if it came down to it in my area) . I've also lost machine deals doing the same thing....but if they want to sell it and you were able to pick up same day you can typically get machines at a decent price.

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