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jmuscold
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Does anyone know where I can get this (hopefully used) at a discount.

I have seen it on ebay (new) shipped for $108 for the set. Is this the best price I am going to find?

I also posted a WTB in the book section here. Should I just wait for a response, buy them off ebay, or is there a better source?

Please pm me or post here if you have any advice.
James Kernen
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You can do better on ebay. I sold a set for only $80 during the last week of July plus just under $6 for shipping... This set was in very good to excellent conditiion... I even had the DJs covered in Brodart mylar covers... I was getting ready to list one more set, but I will send you a PM now with additional details...

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Got a deal, thanks James and The Magic Café
Andy the cardician
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There are a lot of kiddos out there who got the set for Bday and now want to dump them . . .
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Penguin is the best price new I believe, not to mention free shipping if you want it. All for like $90.00!
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Really, I thought that have stopped selling the bundle . . .?
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This whole Penguin Magic- discounters thing is terrible. For any other published magic author out there; it's a stab in the back to see your work being discounted. If a book is listed at $40.00- it should stay at $40.00 dollars; wholesale for $25.00. Not wholesale for 25, and sell for less than the retail price. Just gets to me how low these internet sites are discounting...

Anywho-- if you're looking for a good set of the Paul Harris chronicles; Denny & Lees has a few of the collector sets available!! Very rare for any collector out there:0)

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THEGUY26 (Will Swanson)
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I got it at Themagicwarehouse.com for $105.
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On 2007-09-20 15:37, TomaskoMagic wrote:
This whole Penguin Magic- discounters thing is terrible. For any other published magic author out there; it's a stab in the back to see your work being discounted. If a book is listed at $40.00- it should stay at $40.00 dollars; wholesale for $25.00. Not wholesale for 25, and sell for less than the retail price. Just gets to me how low these internet sites are discounting...

Anywho-- if you're looking for a good set of the Paul Harris chronicles; Denny & Lees has a few of the collector sets available!! Very rare for any collector out there:0)

regards,
Matt Tomasko


Are you serious?

You would rather pay full retail?

Whatever floats your boat.
If I were to agree with you. Then we would both be wrong. As of Apr 5, 2015 10:26 pm I have 880 posts. Used to have over 1,000
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