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if someone gives you 200 for it then take it! fact of the matter is they may be in great shape but, they aren't still in the box. They have been used. snow cover new is probably $70 and the blind is probably $220 new. looking at close to $300 brand new at the store.. I'd start at $250 and see where it goes. you can always come down on your price. Just my opinion
 

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I sold a blind a while back. I paid 250 for the blind (new) and either 60 or 70 for the snow cover (new). I sold it as a package deal. I started out at $200 and after 3 months or so I was finally able to get someone to buy it for $180. it was a nice low profile blind too. I wish I hadn't sold it
 

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The last finisher I bought I payed 130 for a barely used blind with a snow cover.... The guy got tired of trying to get more out of it and just wanted to get rid of it...... I have 7 layout blinds.. If I didn't buy them new I haven't paid over 150 for them....
 

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Agreed. I bought a Cabelas layout blind with a snow cover for less than 100 a few years back. If you can get 200 out of it I would be very surprised.
 

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I had a finisher with a snow cover for sale awhile back. Ended up taking 100 bucks for it. Sold it on ksl in the middle of November. It was hard to sell. I regret it though. Should've kept it and just had 2 blinds.
 
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