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Re: Forum Auction - Golden Ticket 5 years 4 days ago #13

I will bid $555, hail eris.
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Re: Forum Auction - Golden Ticket 5 years 4 days ago #14

Well that escalated quickly and here I was worried about being close to shipping costs. Shows what I know.

As of 8:15 PM MT, I've got a bid of $635 Cndn and one at $555, not sure of the currency.

I apologize to everyone, I should have specified that at the beginning; I'm in northern Alberta (sort of mid-latitudes for Canada), so I'm used to thinking in Canadian dollars, so kurtreznor, if you could send me an update what coinage you're working in, that'd be appreciated.

Anyway, that's where we're at right now.
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Re: Forum Auction - Golden Ticket 5 years 4 days ago #15

John Kozlowski wrote: Well that escalated quickly and here I was worried about being close to shipping costs. Shows what I know.

As of 8:15 PM MT, I've got a bid of $635 Cndn and one at $555, not sure of the currency.


Most bids & prices on these forums are in USD.

KurtReznor is a US resident, so his will definitely be USD.

I apologize to everyone, I should have specified that at the beginning; I'm in northern Alberta (sort of mid-latitudes for Canada), so I'm used to thinking in Canadian dollars,


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Re: Forum Auction - Golden Ticket 5 years 4 days ago #16

Kirk Bauer wrote:

EN 429 wrote:

Kirk Bauer wrote:

balthasar wrote: The Gamingetc auction closed at $778. Subtract ebay/paypal fees from that and it gets a lot cheaper :)


Yeah, it is amazing how little many GTs went for this year.


Seems to have followed the pattern of every other year


Yeah, they do tend to decline, but I sold one on 8/11/14 for $900.


Prices tend to drop for a few reasons, the biggest three that I can think of are:

1) the big buyers go first

2) combat runs go first

3) class choices gets restricted

I paid a premium to get my desired class in a combat run and I suspect I will again next year.
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Re: Forum Auction - Golden Ticket 5 years 4 days ago #17

Brad wrote:

Kirk Bauer wrote:

EN 429 wrote:

Kirk Bauer wrote:

balthasar wrote: The Gamingetc auction closed at $778. Subtract ebay/paypal fees from that and it gets a lot cheaper :)


Yeah, it is amazing how little many GTs went for this year.


Seems to have followed the pattern of every other year


Yeah, they do tend to decline, but I sold one on 8/11/14 for $900.


Prices tend to drop for a few reasons, the biggest three that I can think of are:

1) the big buyers go first

2) combat runs go first

3) class choices gets restricted

I paid a premium to get my desired class in a combat run and I suspect I will again next year.


Why should class selection be any different on a GT run than on regular run: try to work it out, 3+ level picks first, roll off if people won't budge.

And my bid is USD.
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Re: Forum Auction - Golden Ticket 5 years 4 days ago #18

kurtreznor wrote:

Brad wrote:

Kirk Bauer wrote:

EN 429 wrote:

Kirk Bauer wrote:

balthasar wrote: The Gamingetc auction closed at $778. Subtract ebay/paypal fees from that and it gets a lot cheaper :)


Yeah, it is amazing how little many GTs went for this year.


Seems to have followed the pattern of every other year


Yeah, they do tend to decline, but I sold one on 8/11/14 for $900.


Prices tend to drop for a few reasons, the biggest three that I can think of are:

1) the big buyers go first

2) combat runs go first

3) class choices gets restricted

I paid a premium to get my desired class in a combat run and I suspect I will again next year.


Why should class selection be any different on a GT run than on regular run: try to work it out, 3+ level picks first, roll off if people won't budge.

And my bid is USD.

because we are trying to be civilized and work it all out before hand...unlike regular runs
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Re: Forum Auction - Golden Ticket 5 years 4 days ago #19

lazlo_hollyfeld1985 wrote:

kurtreznor wrote: Why should class selection be any different on a GT run than on regular run: try to work it out, 3+ level picks first, roll off if people won't budge.

And my bid is USD.

because we are trying to be civilized and work it all out before hand...unlike regular runs


If you think about it they are being worked out exactly like regular runs. Class selection is on a first come first choice basis. The later you get your GT the later you arrive at the virtual room.
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Re: Forum Auction - Golden Ticket 5 years 4 days ago #20

cdsmith wrote:

lazlo_hollyfeld1985 wrote:

kurtreznor wrote: Why should class selection be any different on a GT run than on regular run: try to work it out, 3+ level picks first, roll off if people won't budge.

And my bid is USD.

because we are trying to be civilized and work it all out before hand...unlike regular runs


If you think about it they are being worked out exactly like regular runs. Class selection is on a first come first choice basis. The later you get your GT the later you arrive at the virtual room.


If the guy shows up late and is higher level he gets to pick his class over the lower level guy... we had this a few times, fortunately we all were higher level then the guy that showed up late.

Some people just don't have more than one class to play is the issue.
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Re: Forum Auction - Golden Ticket 5 years 4 days ago #21

Kaledor wrote:

cdsmith wrote:

lazlo_hollyfeld1985 wrote:

kurtreznor wrote: Why should class selection be any different on a GT run than on regular run: try to work it out, 3+ level picks first, roll off if people won't budge.

And my bid is USD.

because we are trying to be civilized and work it all out before hand...unlike regular runs


If you think about it they are being worked out exactly like regular runs. Class selection is on a first come first choice basis. The later you get your GT the later you arrive at the virtual room.


If the guy shows up late and is higher level he gets to pick his class over the lower level guy... we had this a few times, fortunately we all were higher level then the guy that showed up late.

Some people just don't have more than one class to play is the issue.


Actually if I'm not mistaken the level only applies if you are level 3 and other players are level 1 or 2. All players level 3 and over roll-off for class selection

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Re: Forum Auction - Golden Ticket 5 years 4 days ago #22

Matthew Naikelis wrote:

Kaledor wrote:

cdsmith wrote:

lazlo_hollyfeld1985 wrote:

kurtreznor wrote: Why should class selection be any different on a GT run than on regular run: try to work it out, 3+ level picks first, roll off if people won't budge.

And my bid is USD.

because we are trying to be civilized and work it all out before hand...unlike regular runs


If you think about it they are being worked out exactly like regular runs. Class selection is on a first come first choice basis. The later you get your GT the later you arrive at the virtual room.


If the guy shows up late and is higher level he gets to pick his class over the lower level guy... we had this a few times, fortunately we all were higher level then the guy that showed up late.

Some people just don't have more than one class to play is the issue.


Actually if I'm not mistaken the level only applies if you are level 3 and other players are level 1 or 2. All players level 3 and over roll-off for class selection


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Re: Forum Auction - Golden Ticket 5 years 4 days ago #23

Kaledor wrote:

cdsmith wrote:

lazlo_hollyfeld1985 wrote:

kurtreznor wrote: Why should class selection be any different on a GT run than on regular run: try to work it out, 3+ level picks first, roll off if people won't budge.

And my bid is USD.

because we are trying to be civilized and work it all out before hand...unlike regular runs


If you think about it they are being worked out exactly like regular runs. Class selection is on a first come first choice basis. The later you get your GT the later you arrive at the virtual room.



Some people just don't have more than one class to play is the issue.

doing the GT like this..we can outfit a person for a class if the need it
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Re: Forum Auction - Golden Ticket 5 years 3 days ago #24

Hey all,

Current high bid as of 5:40 PM MT is $575 US ($725 CND) for those keeping score.

Thanks to all for your patience with my initial fumbling.
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