May LLLL.com Price Guide

The results are in — prices have stayed relatively the same, with a noticeable decrease in the minimum (but not maximum) double and triple premium prices. Quads continue to perform terribly, still hovering around a min wholesale of $330, however sales around this range are becoming increasingly common. Rares and pronounceables continue to post stable prices comparable to what one might have expected from late March onwards.

It’s great to see the bottom of the market holding stable at $33 and not falling further — it’s stuff like how well the low end performs that will impact what happens at renewal time for many people who got into LLLL.coms, so this is a very reassuring sign early on. It’ll likely take a couple more months before we have a good idea one way or the other what to expect come renewal time, but things are looking good so far.

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~ by Reece on May 18, 2008.

3 Responses to “May LLLL.com Price Guide”

  1. Thanks, Reece, for the great job once again.
    Good luck with your new project @ BQB.com =)

  2. Thanks mate 🙂

  3. Somehow i missed the point. Probably lost in translation 🙂 Anyway … nice blog to visit.

    cheers, Unalphabetized!!!

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