If you want to know how much a disc is worth, go to eBay, search your disc, go to filters and click sold/completed listings. That will show you what similar discs have sold for in the past.

I agree with you on eBay prices being inflated. Being in a bidding war in an auction can cause one to pay more for something because you’re in the thrill of the moment with your endorphins pumping. I also feel like looking at those prices can help you to gauge the correct prices if you look at auctions with that understanding. I think that people also have to know that if they are just getting started with selling, they may not be able to get top dollar because of the fact that they may not have the connections and reputation that one who is honest, on point and has been selling discs for a while has developed. To those that are just getting into selling discs, I’d say to start out by selling the lower value stuff they want to get rid of to get their feet wet before moving on to more valuable items. That in itself will help them to gauge prices. Another thing to think about... sales people that are selling Lamborghinis, Ferraris, Bentleys, and mega mansions started off selling hyundais, Toyotas, Chevys, and modest homes first. There are levels to everything and people must temper their expectations.

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