I bought a pair of Grado SR80s on ebay for $66 shipped. Did I get ripped off?
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Did I get ripped off?
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The average street price for new-in-box Grado SR headphones is usually a USD price equivalent to their model numbers.
Essentially, new SR60s are $60 more or less; new SR80s are $80 more or less; new SR225s are $225 more or less.
Not hard numbers or facts, but a general guideline.
Take that as you will.
Why would you buy them, then ask if you got ripped off?
They go for $99 new, shipped. If you get them from headphones.com with a discount (15%), it's $75 shipped. You got it for a few bucks less even. Good for you.
You paid less than retail.
If used, they usually go around $60~65.
So if you got them used, you paid about the right amount. If you got them new, good for you, good price.
- Did I get ripped off?
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