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How much?

Deek1997Deek1997 Posts: 46
I am considering selling my Egg and all accessories to get more of a traditional smoker (Stumps or Backwoods). What would be a fair price for everything? I’d sell it all as a package most likely:

Large Egg in Nest with handler that’s always stored covered in my garage.  
BGE Cover
PS Woo with extender (plate setter included)
Adjustable rig with extender (less than 5 months old)
FlameBoss 200 temp controller
Rib rack
2 different chicken “stands”, one ceramic
Drip pan
BGE grill brush
Cast iron grate 
Ash tool
Ash pan
Kick Ash Basket
Smokeware chimney cap
Looftlighter

I think that’s it, but could be a couple small things I missed. 

$1,100?

Thanks for any input!

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  • GregWGregW Posts: 2,098
    edited March 18
    I sold a large with a fairly nice table for $650
    I also included a plate setter.
    The price will largely depend on your area. Take a look on Market Place and Craigslist to get a feel for the going prices.
    Birmingham, AL
  • DoglegdaveDoglegdave Posts: 17
    No doubt a fair # when you add it all up, but might be a bit rich for a package.  Where are you located?
  • Deek1997Deek1997 Posts: 46
    No doubt a fair # when you add it all up, but might be a bit rich for a package.  Where are you located?
    Green Bay, WI
  • DoglegdaveDoglegdave Posts: 17
    I’m in Texas, but good luck.
  • GulfcoastguyGulfcoastguy Posts: 3,002
    The price may sound good but the buyer won’t have the warranty. Best of luck anyway.
  • Deek1997 said:
    I am considering selling my Egg and all accessories to get more of a traditional smoker (Stumps or Backwoods). What would be a fair price for everything? I’d sell it all as a package most likely:

    Large Egg in Nest with handler that’s always stored covered in my garage.  
    BGE Cover
    PS Woo with extender (plate setter included)
    Adjustable rig with extender (less than 5 months old)
    FlameBoss 200 temp controller
    Rib rack
    2 different chicken “stands”, one ceramic
    Drip pan
    BGE grill brush
    Cast iron grate 
    Ash tool
    Ash pan
    Kick Ash Basket
    Smokeware chimney cap
    Looftlighter

    I think that’s it, but could be a couple small things I missed. 

    $1,100?

    Thanks for any input!
    I got $800 for a similar setup (sans loof lighter and pswoo so add $100 for that if you want) 

    egg is worth $500-ish to anyone who knows what’s up so whatever you can get for accessories outside of that will be your number. 
    Keepin' It Weird in The ATX
  • The Cen-Tex SmokerThe Cen-Tex Smoker Posts: 19,940
    edited March 20
    Deek1997 said:
    No doubt a fair # when you add it all up, but might be a bit rich for a package.  Where are you located?
    Green Bay, WI
    I bought my first egg in Appleton at bbq Pits and spits. I had a cavernous gasser from Sams and thought it was the sh!t until I tried to grill some steaks a 10 below. Couldn’t get it above 300 and it went down to 100 every time i opened  the lid! 

    I knew right then and there I was going to need something different if I was going to cook outside all year in the frozen tundra.  And that’s when my egg journey began. 
    Keepin' It Weird in The ATX
  • Deek1997Deek1997 Posts: 46
    Deek1997 said:
    No doubt a fair # when you add it all up, but might be a bit rich for a package.  Where are you located?
    Green Bay, WI
    I bought my first egg in Appleton at bbq Pits and spits. I had a cavernous gasser from Sams and thought it was the sh!t until I tried to grill some steaks a 10 below. Couldn’t get it above 300 and it went down to 100 every time i opened  the lid! 

    I knew right then and there I was going to need something different if I was going to cook outside all year in the frozen tundra.  And that’s when my egg journey began. 
    Nice! The main reason I’m considering a Backwoods or Stump’s is because of the insulation and ability to keep temps in the cold. 

    I listed it for $995, we’ll see what happens. Worse case scenario I add one of the two or just keep the Egg. 
  • blind99blind99 Posts: 4,623
    You’ve got a heck of a nice BGE setup that can do pretty much anything. Keep it!
    Chicago, IL - Large and Small BGE - Weber Gasser and Kettle
  • leemschuleemschu Posts: 593
    I’d buy it today but I’m in west TN. 
    Dyersburg, TN
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