Sealed Copy Of Super Mario Bros. 3 Sells For $156,000

Ear­li­er this year in July, a sealed copy of Super Mario Bros. for NES sold for $114,000 USD. It set a new record for the most expen­sive video game ever sold. While most prob­a­bly expect­ed it to hold this record for some time, the high­est price paid for a video game at auc­tion has now been bro­ken (again).

Her­itage Auc­tions revealed it sold a sealed copy of the 1990 NES game Super Mario Bros. 3 on Fri­day for $156,000.

“The lot opened bid­ding at $62,500 – already an impres­sive sum for the game grad­ed Wata 9.2 A+. But 20 bid­ders got in the game, send­ing the final price soar­ing toward the world record dur­ing what would become the world’s first-ever mil­lion-dol­lar video-game auction.”


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