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Subject: Netrunner stuff! rss

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Kyoko Steeple
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Cross-posted from the High & Mighty math trade discussion thread. Hopefully somebody can help me out!

"Alright, maybe y'all can help me with this. I'm sitting on a two-player Netrunner starter set with 315 loose cards (from 21 opened boosters) - all in mint condition - and I'm having trouble trying to valuate 'em.

I know that the starter normally goes for $20-$25 on eBay. The loose cards are trickier, since they aren't represented in the BGG Marketplace stats and they aren't available at most online retailers because the game is long out of print and difficult to come by. Naturally, however, Troll and Toad sells it.

I'm just not sure what pricing to follow. Individual 15-card boosters run $4.99 per pack (and doing the math, that comes to $0.33 per card.) On the other hand, the pricing for singles is much higher - $0.69 for common cards, between $1-$1.50 for uncommon cards, and between $3.00-$12.00 for rares. What should I do? I'm just looking for a ballpark value for the lot."

Grazie!
 
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Rik Van Horn
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If they're a standard distribution of rares/uncommons/commons, $35-45.
If the rares are gone, half that or less.
 
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