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How much is my Burton Bullet 57 worth?

I was given a Burton Bullet 57 board (157cm), it has Burton Mission Bindings (size large) and a Burton 166 bag.

I have never snowboarded, I don't plan to, so I am going to sell it. I don't know the year of the board or bindings. The board is in great shape, a few scuffs here and there, but no real wear. The bindings are in almost new condition.

Can anyone tell me how much everything is worth? The board, bindings and bag all together.

Below is a craigslist link with photos.

Burton Bullet 57 Snowboard w/ Burton Mission Bindings and Burton Bag

Thank you!

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20 dollars and a generous quarter of mexican brick weed.

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Hello and I see it's your first post so I'll try to go easy.

I see in the link you have it posted for $350 I don't know the year of the board and it has the 3 hold bindings. So assuming about 5 yrs old. BUT from goggle there are some with very similar graphics around the 2005-2008 year. If that is so it is a bit old. Your price isn't to far off what I can buy a brand new set-up for on last seasons models.

Lets assume it's 3 years old, just to pick a year since I don't know. Someone else may chime in. Lets also assume you truly want to sell it & that you are in an area that has snow, Moline is IL possibly.
If you truly want to sell it start around $125 and you'll probably get $75-$100 If you don't get any emails asking to see it you may need to drop the price again. Side Note: it's still early in the season for guys to start buying gear adn the buyer you are attracting is gonna be a beginner moving from rentals to his own gear.

So hope this sheds some light on it.
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Thanks Slyder, I had no idea it was worth only around $100. Apparently boards depreciate like cars!
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20 dollars and a generous quarter of mexican brick weed.
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keep it and start riding. It's a blast
It is not going to bring you much if you sell it. I picked up 2 brand new boards and a pair of brand new bindings over the summer for about 500 bucks. Why would you want to spend $350 on someones old used gear when you can find deals like that. Btw, Every one of the above mentioned gear i bought is also higher end than the burton bullet/mission bindings.
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I was given a Burton Bullet 57 board (157cm), it has Burton Mission Bindings (size large) and a Burton 166 bag.

I have never snowboarded, I don't plan to, so I am going to sell it. I don't know the year of the board or bindings. The board is in great shape, a few scuffs here and there, but no real wear. The bindings are in almost new condition.

Can anyone tell me how much everything is worth? The board, bindings and bag all together.

Below is a craigslist link with photos.

Burton Bullet 57 Snowboard w/ Burton Mission Bindings and Burton Bag

Thank you!
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Yeah definitely drop that price or give it a go on the slopes. I just sold a 2 year old Burton Feelgood Flying V with Burton Stiletto bindings - all in fantastic shape, but still used with basic wear and tear - for $150. It cost $450 together new. There are so many deals pre and post season that people use to get great new gear for decent pricing.
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overbid of the year award goes to.......

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pretty sure that closes the bidding.

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