even though you've ridden it only a few times it's still a 2 yr old board, probably a beginner board, with basic bindings...the best thing you could do is just gift it to some boardless newb. she'd love you for it, you'd be passing on positive, selfless energy & adding to the greatness & wonderment of this thing called life.
if you're bent on selling it though, at least do your homework & check out what other similar used boards are selling for...
Those bindings i paid 150 for... so they are worth more then 25 bucks
I am sorry, but you paid $150 for those binders in 2006 not 2008. At $150 you bought a pair of price point bindings. Maybe, just maybe you'll get $50 for them, but I wouldn't expect more. New snowboard gear is like buying a new car. As soon as you drive that sucker off the lot it loses 10% of it's value at least. As it gets further away from it's production year it drops even more. If you choose to wait to sell this gear until next year, you'll get even less. That $50 offer might start looking generous.
I am not trying to bring you down, but the stuff doesn't hold value very well. Especially with a mass produced company like Burton. Your other option is to hold on to the board and hope it becomes a classic like the Burton Backhill. Then you can get a few grand for it. Just like classic cars though, you'll have to wait 20-30 yrs if you're lucky.
So $25 bucks for those bindings is a fair quote. Like I said you might double that, but that's about it. For $100 now you can get a price point binding that is better.
Sorry to break that bad news for you. If you get an offer for $150 for the set up, I would take it and run.
err i would take the $50 that someone offered you before.
That setup looks mad old and those bindings, well you can pick up a brand new pair of 07/08 season cartels or triads for $109.99 on various online stores.
It is Time for me to upgrade my snowboarding equipment, so i need to sell my other board and bindings that i have. Its a 142 womens orange burton snowboard 2006 I only used it 3 or 4 times then i realized that it was way too small for me!! its great condition no scratches looks like it is brand new, also included in the package is the binding that are also burton they are adjustable for boot size..... like to take BEST OFFER!!!
Time for me to lay the smack down.
Ok those are Burton Freestyles those bindings never retailed for 150 in the US ever. They're pricepoint and you can usually find them for 79 to 99 dollars peak season in any shop. That board is a cap construction and is older than 06, you might have bought it in 06, but that is not an 06 model. I believe that one is closer to 04 but frankly I'm too lazy to look it up. 400 dollars is outrageous for that set up, 150 is still a bit steep. 100 dollars best offer maybe, but realistically you're talking about a true beginer set up that is very pricepoint.