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    Amateur question, but what would your sale price for this be?

    James Conner Bowl Ticket auto /99. Now I've looked at past eBay sales and I can't even find one. Im not too sure how to price this because still new to collecting so I would appreciate any help at all!

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    I just sold a Conner redemption auto here for $8 that's without doing any shipping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wpt02790 View Post
    I just sold a Conner redemption auto here for $8 that's without doing any shipping.
    Okay thank you! I saw the cracked ice and one /25 go for around 100 so I was a little excited lol. Thanks again

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    Last sale on eBay for his redemption /99

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    Not done with the hobby, but very picky at what I pick up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyhuey-76 View Post
    Last sale on eBay for his redemption /99
    You are a way better researcher than I. Thank you I appreciate it!

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    First and last out of the series usually go for a little more (1/25 or 25/25) ... i generally put prices a few dollars more than I expect on EBAY and offer the best offer option..on here I generally go what i need or very close to it because there is no extra fees like EBAY bends us over with :)

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    Thank you for the advice! Posted it for auction on eBay so hopefully I'll get some bites. Thanks again @wpt02790

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