SEGA Nerds pluto eBay

Published on May 10th, 2013 | by Graham Cookson

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SEGA Pluto eBay auction ends at $15,000… reserve still not met

Ok so the roller coaster ride that is the SEGA Pluto is still not over yet. As you should all hopefully know, Twitter user @Kidvid666 recently posted his SEGA Pluto (only one of two in existence) on eBay, not long after posting it on another auction site, GameGavel.

The original GameGavel auction reached $7,600 in just a couple of days, but the reserve was not met and the auction ended without a sale.

Well the eBay auction nearly doubled the GameGavel bid, reaching $15,000, but the reserve was still not met and so it looks like @Kidvid666 is still the owner of possibly the rarest gaming system out there.

Not sure what else to say on the matter, but watch this space. Hopefully we will hear more news on the Pluto and if @Kidvid666 will ever sell it for a price he wants. The saga still continues…

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European Editor, SEGA Nerds. Helped to found the original SEGA Nerds website with Chris back in 2005 (or something, genuinely can't remember which year it was now!). Been a SEGA fan pretty much all my gaming life - though I am also SEGA Nerds' resident Microsoft fanboy (well, every site needs one) and since SEGA went third party, I guess it's now ok to admit that I like Nintendo and Sony too :0)



  • cube_b3

    His greed will bite him in the ass.

  • James

    Yeah you should write an article about all the amazing things you can buy with $15k.

    That Pluto is kind of broken. I can’t even imagine who would want it.

    • http://destroyedcontroller.blogspot.com Nintendo Tim

      You can buy a car, a down-payment on a house, major home renovation, a couple years worth of a (community) college education…yea, you can get quite a bit out of $15k.

      Guy is just greedy as hell.

      • http://www.facebook.com/jeff.leffler.9 Jeff Leffler

        I remember him saying he was new to Ebay. Sega does what Nintendon’t!

  • gmer

    He didnt reject the offer – the highest bidder withdrew.

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