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Export to spreadsheet.

Beltbucket 3 years ago updated 3 years ago 2

I've been meaning to create a spreadsheet to keep track of my collection, but I am not very skilled nor patient. Additionally, there are many variables here that I would not spend the time to look up myself, such as release dates and prices. 

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You can download all the game data we have to a CSV file, which can then be opened inside Excel.


Visit this page to choose the data you want to download:

https://www.pricecharting.com/video-game-price-guide?f=menu

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You can download all the game data we have to a CSV file, which can then be opened inside Excel.


Visit this page to choose the data you want to download:

https://www.pricecharting.com/video-game-price-guide?f=menu

Awesome, thank you