New NES games sold for $ 30,000 at Goodwill

New NES games sold for $ 30,000 at Goodwill

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  • The console ended up selling for $650, and after some consultation with her knowledgable brother-in-law, Garcia also auctioned off the games. With bidding starting at just $9.99, the auction eventually reached a final figure of $30,002.

  • As reported by WFMZ-TV, a Goodwill services representative named Nichole Garcia managed to use her knowledge of Nintendo games to host a record-breaking auction on the organisation’s website. Trained to pick out items that could sell well online, Garcia discovered a “brand new Nintendo system”, along with 27 NES games still in their original packaging.

Proceeds from the sale will support Goodwill’s initiatives; the nonprofit organisation uses its funding to provide job training, programs, and employment services for those struggling with disabilities or other barriers that prevent them from getting a job.

On its website, the organisation says, “Goodwill serves those with barriers to employment. This includes individuals with disabilities, people with limited work history, those who have experienced corporate downsizing and recipients of government support programs. Goodwill’s services are designed to meet the training and placement needs of the individual.”

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