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    market price sheet?

    where could i find a market price sheet or something of the sort?
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    I don't believe one exists. Even if there was one, it would'nt be accurate for very long considering that the market fluctuates fairly regularly.

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    Not possible.. Prices vary greatly depending on breeder, age, size, health, quality/color of the morph, demand, etc.... They also fluctuate greatly from month to month and year to year.

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    Not to mention, that would be awefully close to being considered collusion, which is most definitely illeagal.
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    Best bet is to look around here, KS, fauna, breeder's websites, go to shows, etc to get a feel for market prices.

    As mentioned, they can vary wildly, depending on age, sex, and I think most importantly quality.

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    Re: market price sheet?

    Here's a price list from mike wilbanks...NOTE: This is NOT indicitive of every breeders prices but its what I reference if I ever want to just get a quick idea of the range I should expect.

    http://www.constrictors.com/PriceLis...0Pricelist.pdf

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    Re: market price sheet?

    Quote Originally Posted by Powerspythons View Post
    Here's a price list from mike wilbanks...NOTE: This is NOT indicitive of every breeders prices but its what I reference if I ever want to just get a quick idea of the range I should expect.

    http://www.constrictors.com/PriceLis...0Pricelist.pdf
    Here is a price sheet from Colin Weaver. Just as Greg said this is not indicative of all breeders, just something to compare and give an general idea.
    http://www.ballpythonbreeder.com/pri...Price-List.pdf
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    It wouldn't be collusion if it was a third party who published it. Just as Beckett and Scrye have been publishing collector card values month to month based on market trends and polling data, Reptile magazine could do something similar by collecting prices from a variety of different sources, giving the Low, High, and Average for the common morphs. Nothing illegal there, just a compilation of information.
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    ight thanks alot guys this is very helpful
    1.10 normal,1.1 mojave,1.0 '10 spider,1.0 '09 spider,0.1 66% poss. het piebald,0.1 100% het piebald,
    1.1 pastel,1.0 het axanthic,2.0 het clown,1.1 het albino,1.2 100% het hypo,0.1 66% het hypo
    0.1 red tail boa
    1.2 rats
    1.2 gerbals
    0.1 mice(dwindleing from feeding snakes lol)

    http://www.wix.com/naturesbeautypythons/naturesbeauty

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    Re: market price sheet?

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    Not to mention, that would be awefully close to being considered collusion, which is most definitely illeagal.
    LMAO! Collusion? LOL.

    People discussing market prices is NOWHERE near collusion and there is NOTHING illegal about it.

    People are so worried about the legality of things that they fear free speech. I say feel free to talk about whatever you like.

    Here is what reptile collusion would look like. Bob Clark, NERD, and Prehistoric Pets all sit down and decide that hypo burm hatchlings will only be offered at $999 and never sold below that price.

    Do you know what would happen then? Someone else would come in and price their snakes lower and then the entire market would correct itself.

    Collusion is almost impossible in the reptile trade. In order to really have collusion you have to be one of just a few people in the world capable of providing such a good or service. In the reptile trade almost anyone is capable of getting in and producing almost ANY animal.

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