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Old 04-25-2013, 11:55 AM
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disc pricing guide or list

Hey guys,

Is there a definitive price guide or list on older rare discs or anything that is collectible in the disc market out there right now? I understand that the values are always changing and it's what people will pay for at the moment. Did a search and the only thing that came up is http://www.discgolfpriceguide.com/ which does a pretty good job of detailed prices on discs, but are the prices pretty accurate?

Has anyone ever took time out to compile a rough list of values for older plastic like CE and other limited runs, old and new?

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Old 04-25-2013, 12:24 PM
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Each disc is different in its demand and what someone is willing to pay for it; I don't think a guide would be more helpful (as time would limit its accuracy) than looking around and seeing what others are charging and if they are actually able to sell them at that price.
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Old 04-25-2013, 12:29 PM
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Dude, you're probably going to get blasted for asking so just a heads up. There's the whole what's this disc worth thread, that's on like part 3 or 4 because there are so many posts. I'm pretty sure you can search those threads and find what people have been paying for darn near every disc ever made.
It's stickied under Equipment.

I like reading that thread b/c it's interesting to see what people consider collectible and what people are paying for old plastic, plus all the pretty pictures, but I'm not a collector myself.

If you have any question about any specific disc, that'd be the place to look or ask. Those guys can help you out.... if they're not too busy arguing with each other.
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Old 04-25-2013, 12:43 PM
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That's a big if.
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Old 04-25-2013, 12:43 PM
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Dude, you're probably going to get blasted for asking so just a heads up. There's the whole what's this disc worth thread, that's on like part 3 or 4 because there are so many posts. I'm pretty sure you can search those threads and find what people have been paying for darn near every disc ever made.
It's stickied under Equipment.

I like reading that thread b/c it's interesting to see what people consider collectible and what people are paying for old plastic, plus all the pretty pictures, but I'm not a collector myself.

If you have any question about any specific disc, that'd be the place to look or ask. Those guys can help you out.... if they're not too busy arguing with each other.
Not to be rude. But you aren't answering his question at all. He wants a pre-made guide, I'm sure he's fully aware of the thread.
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Old 04-25-2013, 12:44 PM
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Originally Posted by justactnormal
Dude, you're probably going to get blasted for asking so just a heads up. There's the whole what's this disc worth thread, that's on like part 3 or 4 because there are so many posts. I'm pretty sure you can search those threads and find what people have been paying for darn near every disc ever made.
It's stickied under Equipment.

I like reading that thread b/c it's interesting to see what people consider collectible and what people are paying for old plastic, plus all the pretty pictures, but I'm not a collector myself.

If you have any question about any specific disc, that'd be the place to look or ask. Those guys can help you out.... if they're not too busy arguing with each other.



thanks man, I know the thread. What I was asking is was there a spreadsheet or compilation that someone may have come up with or was working on. That is all. I don't care if people flame me or anything for this thread.

Thanks!

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Old 04-25-2013, 12:44 PM
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Not to be rude. But you aren't answering his question at all. He wants a pre-made guide, I'm sure he's fully aware of the thread.
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Old 04-25-2013, 08:57 PM
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As a former sport card collector, this is something that could be beneficial to disc collectors/sellers. As a card collector one thing I enjoyed was looking through the "Beckett" and making a wish list. I'd buy a monthly/quarterly subscription to ANY disc price guide.

Fun fact for disc golfers. Recently on EBay I sold a Roger Staubach rookie card and a Terry Bradshaw rookie card. Both were maybe a 6/10 each. I also sold a lot of 10 well used discs at the same time. The discs generated more views, bids, and $ than BOTH cards combined.
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Old 04-25-2013, 08:59 PM
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Be open-minded about this possibility. The prices would be dictated by market value. From forums, auction sites, and so on.
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Old 04-25-2013, 09:04 PM
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Be open-minded about this possibility. The prices would be dictated by market value. From forums, auction sites, and so on.
It's too bad most sales on the forums are haggled via PM, and never disclosed.
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