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I Just got a Brand new Atari 2600!! Answered

So I decided to be a super nice boyfriend and completly re-do my girlfriends condo. during the process I ended up in the basement trying to move an old armour... during my frustration in moving it I took a short break and was rifling through old junk for entertainment. short story short, I stumbled upon a brand new Atari 2600 with like 15 cartridges. I guess she got it when she was a kid but never even had intrest enough to open it up and receved new cartridges every so often... she gave it to me!!!. I can't wait to crack this thing open and start gaming it up...lol. on the other hand... I'm unable to decide if I should even open it... I mean how often do you see an Atari still in its packaging

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jessyratfink
jessyratfink

13 years ago

They aren't worth very much in general. I normally see them going for about 30-50 dollars. But being new and wrapped could be something completely different. I don't know that I've seen one of those!

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KNEXFRANTIC
KNEXFRANTIC

Reply 10 years ago

what about the heavy woody thay can fetch 100 quid

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teaaddict314
teaaddict314

13 years ago

hold it till ur 60, sell it then use the money to buy a motorhome lol..

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littlechef37
littlechef37

Reply 13 years ago

Or better yet dont sell and buy an RV and play it In your RV ! I happened to have the original game of pong OPENED. But It still Works anyone got any idea on what it might be worth ?

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steven07
steven07

13 years ago

it may be worth money but how much fun is it worth? crack it open call up some people and play for 72 hours straight.

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guyfrom7up
guyfrom7up

13 years ago

I'd save it. Look around the net and see how much they worth if there's none for sale then it probably worth a lot. I'd wait awhile cause then ur gf might get mad. Plus it'll uncrease in value.

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NachoMahma
NachoMahma

13 years ago

. If you have River Raid, I'll give ya $25 for the lot. . As per Goodhart, I'd check around and see if being unopened would add anything to it's value to a collector. You'd be surprised at what ppl will pay for something like that.

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Goodhart
Goodhart

13 years ago

Maybe check around first to see if it is worth anything "unopened" ? :-)