How much is a original Nintendo 64 worth?
If like me your into retro gaming and have owned many consoles over the years, you may have the odd spare console laying about in the attic or maybe a closet.
I had a N64 in my attic and thought I would investigate wether its worth anything nowadays or is it just old junk that nobody wants.
This article is a guide on how much you can expect to sell, or buy a Nintendo 64 console for in 2021.
How Much is a Nintendo 64 Worth? Used N64 consoles, normally sell for around $100, but systems can range in price from $25 for an untested possibly faulty system up to $350 for a complete mint boxed system with bundled in games and accessories.
How much can you sell a Nintendo 64 for?
Second-hand markups for used Nintendo 64 consoles can fluctuate radically but it really depends on the physical state of the hardware and if it boxed with all its cables and accessories. Bundle games and controllers will also have a massive effect on how much you can sell a Nintendo 64 for.
There are still some units being sold that are brand new and there is a massive market for imported consoles. Also N64 mods can be included.
How Much do Nintendo 64 sell for – Pricing Overview:
Used Consoles – Untested recently sold for $21
Used Consoles – Tested working recently sold for $60
Used Console – Fully Boxed Tested working recently sold for $95
Used Console – Pikachu Version Tested working recently sold for $75.99
How much is a Nintendo 64 worth at a Pawn Shop?
If your needing some quick cash and can’t wait for an ebay auction to play its course, you’ll be lucky to get $20–30 for a N64 at a Pawn Shop. They need to be able to make a profit on it and most of them don’t see the value of old out of date tech hardware.
You are definatley better off trying to sell it to somebody who sees the value in retro technolgy and will appreciate it for what it is.
(Please note: The Prices in this article are accurate as of February 1 2021)
Will N64 go up in value?
After Looking at current trends and listings on eBay, the Nintendo 64 has been in great demand and will likely remain in high demand. With this increase in demand and shortage of supply, the prices will likely continue to increase.
What N64 games are worth money?
Check these lot out, If you have any of these games, you could be sitting on a small fortune!!
- Rampage 2 Universal Tour Big Box Variant: $600 – $4000 ($6000 Sealed)
- Clay Fighter 63 1/3 Sculptors Cut : $600 – $2400
- Tarzan Big Box: $300 – $1400 ($2000 Sealed)
- Yoshi’s Story International Version: $1200 – $1300 (loose)
- Stunt Racer 64: $130 – $800 ($1750 Sealed)
- Bomberman 64 The Second Attack: $110 – $725 ($2000 Sealed)
- Super Bowling: $350 – $455 ($1260 Sealed)
- Snowboard Kids 2: $49 – $360
- Turok: Rage Wars (Gray Cartridge) – $180 to $275 for bare cart
- Worms Armageddon: $130 – $255 ($635 Sealed)
- Goemon’s Great Adventure: $50 – $380 ($700 Sealed)
- International Superstar Soccer 2000: $60 – $300
- Starcraft 64: $52 – $300 ($400 Sealed)
What is the Rarest N64 console?
The Hyundai Comboy 64 came into existence due to a distribution issue in Korea. According to Console Variations, an import ban from Japan nearly prevented the Nintendo 64 from releasing in South Korea. To skirt this issue, Hyundai distributed the console instead. This move also necessitated a name change, resulting in the system’s bizarre moniker.
The import ban was reportedly lifted shortly after production began on the Comboy, which resulted in the actual Nintendo 64 seeing an official release in South Korea. The short production run of the Comboy 64 made the console extremely rare and valuable to collectors. So, how difficult it is to find one of these in the wild, let alone purchase one?
Does GameStop buy Nintendo 64 consoles?
Yes. GameStop is currently offering store credit and cash for Nintendo 64 consoles according to their website. However, it doesn’t appear they are paying too much, as they are currently offering next to nothing for these retro consoles.
Does GameStop carry original Nintendo 64 consoles and games in-store?
Yes. However, they are currently only being offered in limited locations. Again, it is best to visit the GameStop’s website to see what is currently being stocked at your local store. GameStop is looking to expand its retro inventory moving forward, so expect to see more Nintendo 64 consoles (and other retro systems) available at more and more physical locations.
Where else can I buy and sell Nintendo 64 games and consoles?
Local used game stores are generally good places to buy and sell used games, consoles, and accessories. That being said, they can be hard to come by – specifically in rural areas. Flea markets and pawnshops are also good resources for buying and selling retro consoles, while Goodwill stores and garage sales are underrated gems when it comes to finding great deals.