Flipsy is an online resource for “people selling stuff”, according to its mission statement webpage. The company claims to provide consistently accurate information on the value of a number of product categories.
This week, the company published a story on the value of old laser discs, and came up with some quite revealing data. The kind of questions they wanted to ask were what would be the cash value of an original Pulp Fiction disc, are any laser discs worth more than $1,000, and at a garage sale, which titles would flip for quick cash?
The company says it interviewed top laser disc experts to find out which titles are the most wanted, how to identify their value, and the best means by which to sell them. Among the answers they found were that both Pulp Fiction and Blade Runner: Director’s Cut could actually fetch $1,000, and a copy of Tarsem Singh’s cult horror The Cell could easily line your pockets with a cool $2,500.
Flipsy says its research and accompanying article are a great resource for anyone who has old laser discs and, of course, home theater enthusiasts. You can check out the article here: https://flipsy.com/article/1045/sell-laserdiscs. Flipsy also asks that if you have any other gems of information on laser disc values that you’ve personally gleaned, they’d like to hear from you, so they can add it to their database.
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