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RMAN4443 Offline
#1251 Posted:
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tonygraz Offline
#1252 Posted:
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Now that must be the full Monte !
RMAN4443 Offline
#1253 Posted:
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frankj1 Online
#1254 Posted:
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plus shipping on dat single
opelmanta1900 Offline
#1255 Posted:
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He's from California.... still cheaper than going to a b&m...
Mrs. dpnewell Offline
#1256 Posted:
Joined: 08-23-2014
Posts: 1,047
https://www.cigarbid.com...-o-toro-single/2880743/

Nothing like paying $8 for a $1.50 cigar.

David (dpnewell)
24132413 Offline
#1257 Posted:
Joined: 01-25-2017
Posts: 402
I knew it was lame around here but..................Herfing

https://www.cigarbid.com...robusto-single/2881032/
$34.50 for a SINGLE 5.5" x 54 Diesel Unlimited Maduro d.5!

https://www.cigarbid.com...usto-pack-of-5/2882405/
$10.00 for a SINGLE 5.5" x 50 Macanudo Gold Robusto!

https://www.cigarbid.com...urchill-single/2880995/
$9.00 for a SINGLE 7.7" x 48 Private Stock No.1!

https://www.cigarbid.com...a-gorda-single/2880914/
$8.00 for a SINGLE 5.5" x 46 New World Connecticut Corona Gorda!

https://www.cigarbid.com...-toro-5-cigars/2880939/
$6.00 for a SINGLE 6" x 52 5 Vegas Cask Strength Toro!

https://www.cigarbid.com...banopresidente/2878450/
$70.00 QUICKBUY price for a Box of 20 Graycliff G2 Habano Presindente. total garbage! WFT!

https://www.cigarbid.com...coso-pack-of-5/2878146/
$20.00 QUICKBUY for 5 Diesel Torpedos! WFT!

https://www.cigarbid.com...ecto-box-of-10/2878494/
$60.00 QUICKBUY for a Box 10 Diesel Unlimited Perfectos! WTF!

https://www.cigarbid.com/a/dieselshorty/2877946/
$22.00 QUICKBUY for 5 Diesel Shorty's! WTF!

https://www.cigarbid.com...usto-pack-of-5/2877963/
$23.00 QUICKBUY for 5 Genesis Robusrtos! WTF!





Cathcam13 Offline
#1258 Posted:
Joined: 01-11-2018
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La Aroma de Cuba Mi Amors last price was 27.50 for a fiver..... as I remember you can pick up 25, for about 4.70 each at multiple sites. Oh, and I bid on a box of My Father Le Bijou 1922, out bid costs more than buying them off of other sites... I swear, these guys can keep their bids, over bidding is the worst...
Mrs. dpnewell Offline
#1259 Posted:
Joined: 08-23-2014
Posts: 1,047
Somebody Goofed. $50 for a MF 1922 Single.

https://www.cigarbid.com...x-press-single/2880855/

$20 for a Pepin Blue Single.

https://www.cigarbid.com...torpedo-single/2880942/

$14 and $14.50 for a Caldwell the T Lonsdale Single. These can be found at retail for $9.

https://www.cigarbid.com...tlonsdalecigar/2880991/

David (dpnewell)
RMAN4443 Offline
#1260 Posted:
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Ewok126 Offline
#1261 Posted:
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There are no winners or losers, there are only the have's and have not's.

Ex: He/She has common sense, Dumb ass/Retard don't have common sense
Cathcam13 Offline
#1262 Posted:
Joined: 01-11-2018
Posts: 988
Ok, this one takes the cake, a box of Diesel Rage cigars in the Toro Vitola, current bid is 4,553.50 check it out. Now that’s bad...
Cathcam13 Offline
#1263 Posted:
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Hey RMANN I found that same one. Wow!!!!!!!
midmofan Offline
#1264 Posted:
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The extra .50 probably did it!
bassman45 Offline
#1265 Posted:
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ajerrils Offline
#1266 Posted:
Joined: 07-27-2016
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https://www.cigarbid.com...-iii-18-cigars/2889587/

Big white Christmas at $175.11 a cigar. Brick wall Brick wall Brick wall
RMAN4443 Offline
#1267 Posted:
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midmofan Offline
#1268 Posted:
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RMAN4443 wrote:
https://www.cigarbid.com/a/nubnuancwinterblend354/2891809/

$28 for a 5ver at mothership



TWO different bidders falling for that one so far.
ForMud Offline
#1269 Posted:
Joined: 02-13-2018
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Their good.....But not that good....... https://www.cigarbid.com...ograndeboxpress/2888633/
tonygraz Offline
#1270 Posted:
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His father was a mudder.
Cathcam13 Offline
#1271 Posted:
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Ouch!
MojoFilter Offline
#1272 Posted:
Joined: 07-11-2015
Posts: 123
His Mudder was a Mudder.
JoeKillerKeenan Offline
#1273 Posted:
Joined: 03-03-2017
Posts: 21
What. The. Actual. F**K? I saw that White Christmas Sampler. Does it come with a Used Car? Jesus.
Strunky Offline
#1274 Posted:
Joined: 05-24-2018
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Kinda weird.

The weekly special of 25 Undercrowns started at $89 and is now up to $95 when the exact same 25 cigars can be found on Freefall at a low of around $73?
tonygraz Offline
#1275 Posted:
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his brudder was a mudder.
JoeKillerKeenan Offline
#1276 Posted:
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Got outbid on a 5'er of AB Black Markets. But I think I left the winner.

https://www.cigarbid.com...kmarketrobusto/2895474/
RMAN4443 Offline
#1277 Posted:
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midmofan Offline
#1278 Posted:
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This one gets a special nod since so way over the (ridiculous in itself) MSRP which is listed right in the description! No need for a search to see you screwed up. Also, this doesn't look like one of those "typo" overbids where someone just hit too many zeros.

https://www.cigarbid.com...mpler-80-cigars/2901651/
RMAN4443 Offline
#1279 Posted:
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Ewok126 Offline
#1280 Posted:
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^^^^ Good Gawd.... I would have sold them a six pack of em for that kind of cash and even threw in one of those 1 dollar cutters.
Pharmdman84 Offline
#1281 Posted:
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Some of those are truly insane... surely they have to get refunds or not get charged on some of those when they realize their mistake. I’ve seen some crazy ones myself, like Java mint singles for $40 each. I know it says something about bids being final, but surely they don’t get charged for a mistake like that, right?
bgz Offline
#1282 Posted:
Joined: 07-29-2014
Posts: 7,258
RMAN4443 wrote:
https://www.cigarbid.com/a/obsidian-gordo-cigar-5-pack/2904421/

$19.50 at CI


I bought those as yard gars a a few times... but I was buying them at DPNewellesque... can't even imagine paying 19.50 for a 5er. Or even 19.50 for a 10er... and not gordos.
Mrs. dpnewell Offline
#1283 Posted:
Joined: 08-23-2014
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^In my defense, I never cared for the robs. The only one I would bid on ($1 max) was the Petite Corona. The small RG had deep rich flavors. The larger ones where blah.

David
Mrs. dpnewell Offline
#1284 Posted:
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Lots of overbids now that the weather is good. For the past several months I've been killing it here, but I'm now done till the cold weather returns. Cigars I've been winning regularly for $1.50 are now closing at $3, $4, even $5. Ones I was winning at $2 - $2.50 are now going for $6 to $8, and the $3 to $4 ones are going for $10 and up. Good for Cbid, but not good for poor smucks like me.

David
Pharmdman84 Offline
#1285 Posted:
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Glad I decided to stop bidding for quite a while... have enough cigars to last a couple years probably..
Pharmdman84 Offline
#1286 Posted:
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Does anyone have any clue what their policy (in practice) is on massive over bidding like that (whether accidental or otherwise)? Ie those people who think they’re bidding on a box or a 5er, when the auction is actually for a single.
tonygraz Offline
#1287 Posted:
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I think Shana knows.
99cobra2881 Offline
#1288 Posted:
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midmofan Offline
#1289 Posted:
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Not that anyone should pay that for this, but IN THE DESCRIPTION it says MSRP $20

https://www.cigarbid.com...per-toro-single/2912531/
RMAN4443 Offline
#1290 Posted:
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https://www.cigarbid.com...usto-box-of-12/2909958/

$76.40 with xtra asst. of ten macs and a lighter ...at CI
btpcm Offline
#1291 Posted:
Joined: 07-03-2018
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SquareofPrimes wrote:
I buy all my Drew Estate at the B&M anymore because it's cheaper than here most often. Crazy.

Troll.

The B&M doesn't sell tobacco products. Never has, never will. For them, tobacco is public enemy number one.
Speyside Online
#1292 Posted:
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LMAO!
RMAN4443 Offline
#1293 Posted:
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Speyside wrote:
LMAO!

that's what I was going to say, but I wasn't sure if I'd be laughing at him or with him...Confused
JAndrew1 Offline
#1294 Posted:
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btpcm Offline
#1295 Posted:
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Pharmdman84 wrote:
Does anyone have any clue what their policy (in practice) is on massive over bidding like that (whether accidental or otherwise)? Ie those people who think they’re bidding on a box or a 5er, when the auction is actually for a single.

Looks like a question I would have asked.
Looks like a question that doesn't get answered.
Any more questions?
btpcm Offline
#1296 Posted:
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99cobra2881 wrote:

So, you're saying this is too much to pay for a cutter, $400?
(No, actually it's 3 cutters for $1,200)
It says right there in the Description that it's a reasonable price!

Great quality, reasonably priced

What do you look for in a cigar cutter? The most precise, smoothest, cleanest cut possible? You’re probably going duh, right? Well, the Viper V-Cutter does exactly that. Featuring a stainless steel v-shaped blade and v-configured edge, Viper’s concave edge cuts from the outside in to deliver precision at up to a 60 ring gauge. It’s conveniently lightweight and comes equipped with an integrated key ring to take with you on the go. A durable rubberized matte finish in multiple colors completes this reliable cutter.

One thing they forgot to mention, though: this Colibri V-Cutter cannot be sharpened, since removing the blade would destroy the framework which is permanently molded, and nobody sharpens such shaped blades when they're all surrounded by plastic like this. Therefore it's a throw-away, good for cutting maybe 500 cigars then it's cigar cutter heaven time. Incidentally, that means you're adding 80 cents to the price of each cigar you cut with this turkey. And if you're not careful at the end of it's sharp cutting days you keep trying to use it, you could ruin a $30 Graycliff Grand Cru, pissing you off some, or perhaps a lot.

Maybe the buyer really likes the Cigars International smiley icon ---> Herfing
Maybe that and the keyring feature make it worth the price of 5 boxes of H. Upmann Churchills.
Bottom line, when ML of Newport KY starts bidding, throw in the towel and wait for better days.
That is, unless you're KingoftheCove, who thinks high prices are for "REAL men."
btpcm Offline
#1297 Posted:
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Didn't want to start a new thread but maybe I should.
I got a bit tweaked yesterday at a Jack-in-the-Box restaurant with free wifi -- tried to log in here but the server's firewall blocked this website, reason = "TOBACCO"
I sent an e-mail to Customer Service to let them know some of their customers might be having trouble finding access to the website because of VIRTUAL political correctness.
For them seeing tobacco online is worse than seeing areloas online. Go figure.
Is that material for a new thread?
Or would I be drawing attention from the spies who are actually enemies bent on attacking our way of life?????
tamapatom Offline
#1298 Posted:
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I have found that Sam's Club will sucker you in to their wifi then block this Site. Also don't try to access this Site on a hospital wifi.
btpcm Offline
#1299 Posted:
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tamapatom wrote:
I have found that Sam's Club will sucker you in to their wifi then block this Site. Also don't try to access this Site on a hospital wifi.

We can start a list!

So, it's wifi at:
Sam's Club
Jack-in-the-Box
hospital
Maybe public libraries?
So far, not Starbucks -- but that could certainly change!


Here's 2 Comments under a video showing cigar rolling workers in action:

Martin Zanichelli
2 months ago
In the European Union this factory will be closed and the capanga that is talking in the court. Continuous inhalation of tobacco dust creates many diseases, respiratory diseases, mainly and cancer. Workers there do not have any protection in their nose to impede access of raw tobacco dust and gloves to protect the skin.

vin 950
2 months ago
Yes because you live in a nanny state that would rather see people lose jobs than make their own choices as to whether or not they wish to take a risk and make money.

RELEVANCE to this thread ----- If You Can't Log In Then You Can't OVERBID! Wink
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