Good on him, hope he sells all 714.
Sales 101: You can always drop the price but you can rarely increase the price. I hope he sells all 714 packages at the $125 price point but we will see what the market will bear. I believe he will sell out. It's time for all those demanding the video be released for sale to put their money where their mouth is.OK OK OK
I love pool and all of you can say what you like, this is absolutely absurd! $125 for a DVD, no matter what the content is is lunacy!
I guarantee all of you that it will make it's way to the net at some point, it was recorded live on the crack and cuts i've already seen on the tube.
JUST SAY NO KIDS!
Assuming $25 for DVD production costs and shipping fees. $71400 profit to Jayson sounds extremely profitable, forget about just reasonable.
Good on him if he sells out.
There probably isn't. While I said I thought the price was not unreasonable, there is always a price that just a little to high. This may be the case here. Depending on how he goes about marketing it, it may be a very tough sell.Assuming there are 714 Straight Pool enthusiasts with $125 and a DVD player. I wish him the best of luck.
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This is about the biggest collection of pool followers on here there are. Do you know anybody who bough/owns one of those?Apparently pieces of the 626 cloth, with no DVD, are (were?) available for $50 - $200: https://www.johnschmidt-billiards.com/product-page/historic-626-limited-cloth
I think it's a totally fair price and a neat package. That said, I'd rather just pay $40 for a DVD of it. I don't really need the extras, but they are nice.This is what I don't get. Ever since Jayson ran his 714 there have been a multitude of posts about making the run available for sale. We all know there is no money in pool and only a select few know exactly how much Jayson pocketed in incentive money after the run. The guy is trying to moentize his accomplishment by offering a copy of the run and some memoribilia for a fair price. Now we are going to get people belly aching about the cost and the contents of the package. I just wish everyone would stop being so cheap. I see it time and again on this site. If you want to see it, it's going to cost you $125. If you don't want the memorabilia, give it away or toss it in the trash. Good grief.
I really don't need any more clutter in my house. I gave up collecting for the most part a couple years ago. Honestly though, I hope he sells the whole lot. He deserves to get paid for his accomplishment. If in the future the collector packages sell out and they offer just a DVD, or digital download, I'd gladly purchase.And you can record it for free off YouTube
Glen he might make $13 from YouTube ad revenue, possibly less.If Jason Shaw don't put the run up on YouTube himself, and go for all the advertising dollars he can generate, someone else will, guaranteed! Copyright laws won't protect it from someone posting it because it's already been broadcast for free in the public domain on FB.