How much would you pay for a copy of Super Mario Bros.?
Depending on the variety, you may have to cough up six figures. An unopened copy of the original game just sold for $100,150.
This isn’t just any copy. This is a rare “sticker sealed” version that was only available in New York and Los Angeles. It is the only “sticker sealed” version known to exist. Three buyers pooled their money to seal the deal.
What happens to the game now? “For now it will be stored in our vaults at Heritage Auctions whenever we aren’t displaying at conventions and other events. Of course we all want to share it with the collecting community as often as humanly possible.”
— Kyle Orland (@KyleOrl) February 15, 2019
Because this edition was never sealed in shrink-wrap, the box was more susceptible to damage, but this bad boy looks brand new. Honestly, you’d think for that much money, they’d at least get Duck Hunt thrown in.