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Will my old Wii sell for $300?

  • Best Answer

    While it depends on the condition of the Wii, it's highly unlikely you'll get $300 for the system itself.  You're more likely to receive around $50 for the system in a fair market.

    Please be aware that complete system will include the following:

    * Wii Console

    * Sensor Bar (wired)

    * Composite A/V cable

    * Power brick

    * 1 Wiimote (or Wiimote Plus) w/ strap & protective jacket

    * 1 Nunchuck add-on

    * All protective covers

    IF any of the above items are missing, you will expect a serious dip in offer prices as you do NOT have a complete system.

    Optional items that may be included with the system, which will not heavily affect selling price are:

    * Wii Vertical Stand (included w/ model RVL-001 ONLY)

    * Wii Motion Plus (only for the original Wiimotes)

    * Component A/V cable

    All other items (like games, extra Wiimotes, Classic Console controllers, ect.) may be sold separately, which when combined with the system could push it up to the $300 asking price, but it's uncertain as there's no other information that can be obtained.

    You can check what the current "fair market" pricing at https://www.vgpc.com at your leisure.  The site compiles it's market prices based on purchase prices & final bids on closed auctions as well as a few other sites that sells the console & games.  Please be aware that this more of a guideline than a definitive rule.

    TStodden
    Lv 7 1 month ago 2 0
  • Other Answer
  • While it depends on the condition of the Wii, it's highly unlikely you'll get $300 for the system itself.  You're more likely to receive around $50 for the system in a fair market.

    Please be aware that complete system will include the following:

    * Wii Console

    * Sensor Bar (wired)

    * Composite A/V cable

    * Power brick

    * 1 Wiimote (or Wiimote Plus) w/ strap & protective jacket

    * 1 Nunchuck add-on

    * All protective covers

    IF any of the above items are missing, you will expect a serious dip in offer prices as you do NOT have a complete system.

    Optional items that may be included with the system, which will not heavily affect selling price are:

    * Wii Vertical Stand (included w/ model RVL-001 ONLY)

    * Wii Motion Plus (only for the original Wiimotes)

    * Component A/V cable

    All other items (like games, extra Wiimotes, Classic Console controllers, ect.) may be sold separately, which when combined with the system could push it up to the $300 asking price, but it's uncertain as there's no other information that can be obtained.

    You can check what the current "fair market" pricing at https://www.vgpc.com at your leisure.  The site compiles it's market prices based on purchase prices & final bids on closed auctions as well as a few other sites that sells the console & games.  Please be aware that this more of a guideline than a definitive rule.

    TStodden 1 month ago 2 0
  • Yes!!! I will buy it!! My son has been wanting one for years! His birthday is March 7 and i would like to buy it for him. He is seventeen and morbidly obese. I heard their was a Wii sport/fit game that might help him shed some lbs. My sweet little Anthony will be a young healthy man fit for a birde!!!!

    Ethan 4 weeks ago 1 0
  • $300 would be too much for a used Wii. Most people are not willing to pay that much if it's old either. There are many sellers selling used Nintendo Wii consoles for even less than $90 and will most likely sell over a $300 console. 

    Kittycat 1 month ago 1 0
  • With a lot of luck, yes.

    Anonymous 1 month ago 0 1
  • right..... lol

    Richard 1 month ago 1 0
  • Used Wii bundles in my area usually posted for under $100

    Francisco 1 month ago 1 0
  • The Wii cost around $250 brand new when it launched 13-14 years ago. No in in their right mind would pay that much for an obsolete system. If you can find someone who will pay that much, good for you.

    Master Of Puppets 1 month ago 3 0
  • I am looking at refurbished Wii units on amazon for $99 to $125. Why would I pay $300 for a used unit that has not been checked, repaired and comes with a warranty, when I can get one of half the price?

    dewcoons 1 month ago 1 0
  • Not a chance! Most consoles from that time period can be bought and sold for less than 100.

    Matt 1 month ago 1 0
  • ROTFLMAO ! Not a hope in Hell.

    ANDRE L 1 month ago 4 0

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