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So I have a pink Lilly Pulitzer golf bag made by Keri.  This was won at a grand opening and they were never for sale to the public.  They only made a few and other than the one I won, they were used as display models in some of the stores.  I have kept it new in the box.  Anyone have a clue what this might be worth?

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Originally Posted by TopherSimmons

So I have a pink Lilly Pulitzer golf bag made by Keri.  This was won at a grand opening and they were never for sale to the public.  They only made a few and other than the one I won, they were used as display models in some of the stores.  I have kept it new in the box.  Anyone have a clue what this might be worth?

I would pay as much as $0.00 dollars for that bag.

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Originally Posted by sean_miller

I would pay as much as $0.00 dollars for that bag.

I have zero dollars...do I hear a penny...anyone, a penny...going, going, sold for zero dollars!!!!!

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Originally Posted by Mr3Wiggle

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Originally Posted by sean_miller

I would pay as much as $0.00 dollars for that bag.

I have zero dollars...do I hear a penny...anyone, a penny...going, going, sold for zero dollars!!!!!

Before Shorty chimes in with comments about how he doesn't have room in his den because it's occupied by Snickers bags, I also want to point out that, yes I realize "$0.00 dollars" is redundant.

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Originally Posted by sean_miller

Before Shorty chimes in with comments about how he doesn't have room in his den because it's occupied by Snickers bags, I also want to point out that, yes I realize "$0.00 dollars" is redundant.

And repetitive.

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Picture? Just kidding.....I would pay the grand sum of $0.02.....that's my two cents at least.....

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Are you wanting to sell this bag because I am VERY interested!!! I saw one on sale for eBay last year and from what I remember, it sold for around $200.00. It was solid pink with green Lilly logo on the front, is that the same one and do you have pictures??? I had it on my watch list and didn't buy it before it ended. Please let me know if you are wanting to sell it.

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LoL. Nice handle lillylover! Your whole life must be about this bag!
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Hi, I am not positive on how much the bag is worth, but I have been searching for one to get for my mom, if you are willing to sell, I am willing to pay! Please please please let me know if you will sell the bag to me. Email me at samantha@subtlyfabulous.com Thank you very much!

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Originally Posted by Mr3Wiggle

I have zero dollars...do I hear a penny...anyone, a penny...going, going, sold for zero dollars!!!!!

lol!

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