I need advise on how much to sell my old poker table for (1 Viewer)

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I built this table a few years ago and it is still like new. I used the best materials I could get and the playing surface is really nice. I don't remember what the cloth was called but I purchased it from Sidepot.com and it wasn't cheap. The only thing that could be a little better is the folding legs, they were just some I picked up at The Home Depot and function fine but there are better options out there.

I am just trying to get an idea of a fair asking price and it may end up that I can't get enough out of it to make it worth selling.

i was thinking around $150 but I may be wrong.


 

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Selling it locally right? Because shipping would be almost as much as the table.
 
Honestly you get a pretty cheap table for 150. Being its made with plywood and nice materials I feel like it should be worth a little more. Idk 200 would probably still be fair.
 
Completely a function of how much you want to get rid of it and supply/demand. Do a quick search and see if there are other tables in your area. In my area, you'd have trouble selling that for anything more than $100 because there are roughly a dozen tables available in that price range at any given moment. Not saying it's not worth more, just depends on what you're competing against. If you don't need to sell it right away, stick it up for $200-$300 and see if you get any bites.
 

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