Discussions about US MREs and other US rations
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First of all, welcome to forums
"were"?! In 1987 or now?DanielQ wrote: ...were packed in 4/87. I was just curious as to how rare these were.
DanielQ wrote:These are complete banded cases that were packed in April 1987. Are they worth anything as collector pieces, do you see them for sale regularly?
23 years old MREs?!
Not as "valuable" as a case of MCIs. A case of "C-rations" could/will bring you (over here) ~€150-180.
On ebay, it could happen nobody will buy them as nobody want´s to eat 23 years old rations.
You can give it a try, but don´t be disappointed.
Member norge (from Norway) would give one of his kidneys for them
i would if i had any leftMember norge (from Norway) would give one of his kidneys for them
any chanche to ask what you would like for it?
btw i cant buy anything yet until i gett my money from he old company
i used to woork for,but if we could plan something for later it would
I see them on eBay now and then from 87. Shipping can always be a deal killer with heavy stuff like cases of MREs but I'd say they should definitely sell if you tried. As a buyer always looking for a good deal I'm hesitant to suggest prices lest I talk myself out of a deal or come across as trying to get a better deal than I should. Are you a collector yourself or just looking to get info for a one time sale? There is a part of the board here:DanielQ wrote:These are complete banded cases that were packed in April 1987. Are they worth anything as collector pieces, do you see them for sale regularly?
where you could put them up for sale directly to the 600+ forum users mostly interested in collecting and ask for offers via PM. It might be a bit slower than an auction or it might be a lot faster if you get an offer you can work with early on.
I am by no means trying to get rich with these cases. Mainly I was wanting to know there value. I would prefer to get rid of them in a trade where I could get some current issue MRE's but due to shipping costs it may be not worth it.
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Hey Daniel, list them on Ebay and start em out at $25 a case with $20 shipping on each case or something like that. I'll bet they will go up to at least $38-44.
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