What's Your Pinball Worth?
Searchable price guide of 4,304 of the latest pinball machine sales from online & auctions houses
1,059 Pinball Titles & 4,304 sales!
June 15th Update: This week's update includes about 100 new sale records covering all sales from Pinside.com and Ebay through the end of May.
Our database includes more than $10.8 MILLION in used pinball machine sales over the past 3 years. That includes $5 million in 2019 and already $2.1 million in 2020. We estimate that this may only represent ~10% of all used pinball sales.
About Us: PinballPrices.com launched just two years ago because there was a real data gap and understanding of what pinball machines were actually worth. We now have sales for 1,059 pinball titles and 4,304 verified sales records!
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4304 sales records
1059 game titles
Updated 15 June 2020
Includes May 2020 Sales!
One of the first things people want to know when they consider buying a pinball machine is "Is this a good price?" And pinball owners always want to know "What's my pinball worth?"
The bottom line is that pinballs are expensive and getting pricier. It's trite to say, but your pinball machine is worth as much as someone else will pay for it. BUT it's nice to know the market. It's nice to have a starting point - an idea of worth and value.
Ebay only data website price guides are nice but the market has many other sites selling pinball machines including dozens of online auction sites. Printed guides are expensive and out of date by the time they are published. Our price guide is free and based on both online auction sites and "brick-and-mortar" verified sales with links to the actual past sale with pictures!
Recency is key! 88% of our database is based on 2018-2020 sales with 623 sales already logged for this year. Knowing what pinballs used to sell for is nice but that is not why you are here. You want to know the value of the pinball NOW.
Where do we get our data? We only include pinball sales that are judged to be verified. More than 1/2 of our 2019 database is from Pinside.com sales. Ebay is also a good source for verified sales because lots of data are captured at the time of purchase including price, seller name, and seller location. "Best Offer Accepted" sales are NOT included, as there is no way to confirm actual sales price.
Craigslist sales are NOT included as there is no way to verify actual prices paid. And finally, keep in mind ALL the data you see is hand gathered, no website scrubbing is used.