We did! That is to say our wonderful Data Team and volunteer Price Squad members did it, helping us reach our goal during the second hobbyDB Price Listing Record Day.
Our intrepid staff was able to hit our mark of 10,000 prices assigned, exceeding last month’s total of 8,000 items. All told, we logged more than 12,400 prices assigned.
That’s great news for your collection, which should now reflect even more accurate data and updated values.
Thanks to our unique system, we’re able to cull sales from eBay and other secondary markets to tabulate an item’s value. Our staff and volunteer Price Squad peruses these listings, casting aside items aside that can drive down an item’s worth, such as condition, fakes and price gougers on items such as Funko, Hot Wheels and Hard Rock Café pins and more.
A big thank you goes out to our Price Squad Volunteers. A quick look at some of our all-stars –
Matbar – If someone is deserving of an MVP award, Matbar would be in the running, assigning more than 3,600 by himself.
Also in the running alongside Matbar are the likes of hptoolhead, TWD49, Imabanana47 and FJaviserr – all of which assigned more than or very close to 1,000 listings. A special thanks also goes out to wsbudman9 for sharing his Hard Rock Cafe expertise with us.
We’re always looking for more volunteers to join our intergalactic staff. If you have a keen eye for all things , message us at firstname.lastname@example.org or click the green Contact hobbyDB button located on the righthand side of every hobbyDB page.
Thanks for all that have helped!
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