Trade Stimulator I.D.

This area is to discuss trade stimulators. A trade stimulator is defined as a machine that does NOT pay the customer something of value (coin, token, etc.) when a winning combination is hit.

This area created on 2/7/17

Re: Trade Stimulator I.D.

Postby rtmccurdy » Sun Aug 20, 2017 6:23 pm

I concur. In the 40 or so years I have been in the antique business I have certainly heard that word thousands of times!!! Sad, however, that someone purchased that machine for a sizable sum of money...
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Re: Trade Stimulator I.D.

Postby Midcoast Vintage » Sun Aug 20, 2017 7:02 pm

rtmccurdy wrote:Rochester. Oronoco had little Coin-op, at least on Thursday. Didn't return on Friday/Saturday.


Actually, there was a good deal of coin op.
i picked up several pieces, and looked at many more.
a lot of it did not come out until friday and saturday. i looked at a lot of machines in trailers and the backs of trucks, but, they all had ebay dream prices with the story to go with them.
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Re: Trade Stimulator I.D.

Postby rtmccurdy » Mon Aug 21, 2017 12:39 pm

Did you perchance get the Jennings Club Special trade stimulator at the Rochester flea? I probably should have returned to Oronoco...Haha!
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