Modern Masters 2017 Booster Box
Modern Masters 2017 Booster Box
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Designed to be drafted, the Modern Masters 2017 Booster Box represents everything from Eighth Edition through Magic 2014, highlighting Innistrad and Return to Ravnica. Featuring some of Magic’s most iconic cards—with new artwork on a handful of them—this set is a great way to revisit the classics Read More

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dasferg
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Feb 11, 2019
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overpriced, can get this just about anywhere at this price... what happened to massdrop being discounted?
Feb 11, 2019
courtma41
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Jan 9, 2019
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As of the 1/9/18 drop, this $330 price is $15 less than TCG and $20 less than eBay.
Jan 9, 2019
rtk9
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Sep 4, 2018
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This is literally the price you can pick up a MM17 box on Tcgplayer.com
Sep 4, 2018
Craigers
30
May 12, 2018
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The more people willing to buy these boxes at outrageous prices, the higher the card values inside will go. Do we really need to be doing this?
May 12, 2018
amustardtiger
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Apr 3, 2018
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I'd really like to see Massdrop move more toward a model where we pool our resources to buy from distributors at a lower price than retail.
Apr 3, 2018
Phaesic
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Apr 5, 2018
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That just isn't the case here. $20 dollar bills have a monumentally larger number of consumers interested in them than Masters 2017 boxes. Buying in bulk for a reduced rate applies to any good, no matter the rarity, when you are dealing with large quantities. Even more so if its a niche item. To give an example, if you had 200 Scooby-Doo lunch boxes from 1973 worth $140, its only worth that money if you can find a buyer. If you cant, they're worth nothing and just taking up space. If someone came to you and said "I'm buying all 1973 Scooby-Doo lunch boxes I find, but only for $139 each, you might be tempted by that deal, even if its a loss on the going rate, if you aren't getting better offers (or their value is dropping; or they're costing you money to store). We've both made examples of the extreme ends of the spectrum; reality is always in the middle. As long as the seller is selling at a profit, most will be willing to sell at a discounted rate for a larger order of product. There are many factors that enter into it, but the bottom line is, in business everything is negotiable if the moneys right.
Apr 5, 2018
scedave
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Apr 7, 2018
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You are correct in theory by what you say but in my opinion in reality it is not accurate. My guess is anyone supplying Massdrop with product such as MM2017 in qty at this point is someone who buys and sells out of print product. The remaining supply of unopened MM2017 is set and will never increase, but only decrease, over time. Thus, unless the supplier has a reason to believe the product is going to drop in value over time he would have no incentive to drop the price to sell more units if he is able to sell the units already at the price he is asking.. obviously if there are no buyers at a set price then yes, he may need to lower his price. One example that always caught my attention of a similar scenario involves an art gallery in Vegas. The famous artist does a painting and the gallery makes 100 limited and numbered reprints of the original. Their sales model is to raise the price by 20% for every 10 they sell. Thus the 1st 10 copies may be $500 each, the final 10 copies are $2500 each. Nothing changed other than as the supply went down and the price went up.
Apr 7, 2018
Yakov
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Apr 3, 2018
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That m25 really made the market weird.
Apr 3, 2018
Syronide
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Apr 3, 2018
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Man, looking back at the older comments, people were complaining about $250 price tag 5 weeks ago... Would have loved to pick up a box or two, but this price is not worth it.
Apr 3, 2018
Phaesic
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Apr 5, 2018
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That's probably what another post will say in 6 months if it keeps climbing.
Apr 5, 2018
FinneganHark
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Mar 1, 2018
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I'm not sure where people are seeing Modern Masters 2017 for less than $250 consistently. I just checked eBay (2/28/2018 @ 5:29PM PST), and the absolute lowest box I see is listed at $235 with 7 watchers. The average price seems to be between $230 and $260. So, great for you if your local game store sells them cheaper, but for most people this doesn't seem like a terrible Drop
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Mar 1, 2018
Gigunge
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Feb 28, 2018
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$250?? No deal here. My LGS sells them for $225. Bad drop.
Feb 28, 2018
Mandy
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Mar 2, 2018
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Where's your store so I can buy them out?
Mar 2, 2018
Gigunge
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Apr 3, 2018
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Wylie TX, and I actually bought the last one last week haha, sorry.
Apr 3, 2018
blazkowiez
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Sep 21, 2017
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Way to jump from 185 - 210 dollars... really made this not worth it.
Sep 21, 2017
scedave
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Sep 8, 2017
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Apparently others believe otherwise since it is already sold out
Sep 8, 2017
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