Rick Harrison looks eager to buy the 1900 Olympics entry ticket, so Mike, the seller, begins the negotiations. He gives his target price of $200, but Rick quickly counters with $100 because, of course, he does. But — unbeknownst to Rick — that’s already the price Mike said he’d gladly take for the ticket. So, trying hard to conceal his excitement, he counters with $150 for it, saying, “It’s probably the oldest Olympic ticket you’ll find.” The two settle on $125 for the ticket, and both parties are happy with the deal.
Although this 1900 Paris Olympics entry ticket may not be one of the most expensive items to ever be bought on “Pawn Stars,” it’s small deals like this that really add up to earn America’s favorite pawnbrokers some serious wealth. And if the sellers walk away happy too, all the better!