Unless you are EXTREMELY lucky and buy EXACTLY the right board now, you'll want a new board in a year or two anyway as your style and skill level changes. So as Alka says, as long as it's a reasonable size and not busted, $100 for board and bindings is pretty good.
Yeah, that's me, Tracer Bullet. I've got eight slugs in me. One's lead,
the rest bourbon. The drink packs a wallop, and I pack a revolver. I'm
a private eye.