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standerd price for a deluxe

Postby ironrod prime » Mon Aug 08, 2011 5:07 pm

im just curious but what is the standerd price for a deluxe figure i mean ive been to several retail stores and ive seen varrious prices ranging from 9.89 to 15.99 and i just cant stop thinking of the days when there was a method to all the madness that is toy collecting

back when the price guide went a little something like this

scout-7.99
deluxe-9.99
voyager-19.99
leader-39.99
supreme-49.99

and dont get me started on online stores dont get me wrong some are good and pretty reasonable but most are just terrible

the worst hands down has got to be a little place called toywiz.com the prices of that place are so slagged like i saw a legends figure there for abou $15 bucks once

but its not all bad i mean walmarts got all there dotm deluxes and voyagers marked down so maybe this is a sighn of good things to come or not
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Re: standerd price for a deluxe

Postby Sabrblade » Mon Aug 08, 2011 5:26 pm

The average Deluxe figure costs about 10 bucks at a local retail stores. TFWiki says that the DOTM Deluxes are $13, though competing stores may mark them down lower to get more appeal from consumers. Of all the size classes, Deluxes have reamined the most consistently priced over the years, being around more or less $10.
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Re: standerd price for a deluxe

Postby ironrod prime » Mon Aug 08, 2011 6:16 pm

Sabrblade wrote: Deluxes have reamined the most consistently priced over the years, being around more or less $10.


then explain why places like walgreens, cvs, and toys r us have them priced from 10.99 to 14.99
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Re: standerd price for a deluxe

Postby Sabrblade » Mon Aug 08, 2011 6:38 pm

ironrod prime wrote:
Sabrblade wrote: Deluxes have reamined the most consistently priced over the years, being around more or less $10.


then explain why places like walgreens, cvs, and toys r us have them priced from 10.99 to 14.99
I said "more or less" $10. $10 is the average price, but not the exact amount for every store.
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