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on: October 20, 2012, 19:22
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I couldnt find a place to start this topic at but you can move or delete it if ya want, as were all collectors here besides eBay & Amazon what online sites do you shop for retro games? I like to shop @ Trade N Games they are a great place to shop I have been a buyer from them for almost 3 years now. The 2 biggest finds I got from them was a complete ROB the robot (minus the box) and I found Earthbound for $99. I also go to their site as they sell box only for NES,SNES, Genesis & n64.

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on: October 20, 2012, 20:46
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Atari age for atari home brews and repros but other than that I have no idea

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on: October 21, 2012, 09:46
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I've purchased from both Atari2600.com & eStarland.com and have been very impressed with the quality and packaging of the retro games that were delivered. Highly recommended!

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on: October 21, 2012, 09:54
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Infideals.net is a little webshop that ships internationally. They don't hold a big stock but I've found some great games there for great prices.

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on: October 21, 2012, 10:05
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I don't like to shop online for games. Mostly end up paying full retail for games. I like getting things at a bargon. And I enjoy the hunt so I game chase a lot. Yard sales, good wills, Salvation Army, other thrift stores.

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on: October 21, 2012, 14:03
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thanks for all the suggestions!! I like to hunt out in the wild too but I work weekends and 90% of the flea markets in my area only are open on weekends so online game shopping is my main alternative. Never shoped @ atari2600 or estarland may have to give them a shot thanks everyone.

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on: December 9, 2012, 14:14
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Quote from metallicat84_2003 on October 21, 2012, 14:03
thanks for all the suggestions!! I like to hunt out in the wild too but I work weekends and 90% of the flea markets in my area only are open on weekends so online game shopping is my main alternative. Never shoped @ atari2600 or estarland may have to give them a shot thanks everyone.

Although I probably lost a Neo-Geo Pocket on the way, eStarland.com is a good store. Not cheap, but they have a good quality control. I bought over than 100 items from them (including a Jaguar and a Model 2 NES consoles) and they look like new. Just having trouble with a Donkey Kong Bong and a Neo-Geo Pocket. But, probably - if it happenned - they where lost at the brazilian customs.

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