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Burton Chicklet 100 w/ Bindings Price Check

I have two Burton Chicklets 100 that I'm planning on selling this fall in order to upgrade my daughters set ups. The boards are only 2 years old and in near perfect condition. What would be a good price to sell these along with the Grom bindings? I was thinking $150 a piece. Does that sound about right? Thanks.
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No not really. If you check online new ones retail for $100-125 (in the US)
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can get a new 2013 sans bindings for $80 from evo so for ~$150 you can get new with bindings. That said try the $150 on craigs and go from there. It's tough with this stuff because they aren't that expensive new at full retail so someone somewhere almost always have them on sale so you hardly ever save much buying used.
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other option is swap sales from local shops
Shipping cost for boards, usually kills most of the person to person sales unless price is really low to make up for this
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Yeah I was more than likely going to go the CL route as it would be easier and more cost effective. Also have boots that are in perfect condition as well but that might narrow my buyers down a little due to size.
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the other option is starting around Sept the local mountains/shops around here start to have used equipment sales you may be able to sell it at. You won't get what you would like but it'll be gone and at least you'll know it's going to help the next grom along. Which personally I think is a nice thing.
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