If you are a Pawn Stars fan, here is your big chance. Pawn Stars is going on the road. Moreover, are they coming near you? Are you ready to wheel and deal with Rick, Chumlee, and Corey?
Here are the details.
Pawn Stars Going On The Road
On Wednesday, Rick Harrison’s Gold and Silver Pawn Facebook page posted some big news. They shared, “Pawn Stars is going on the road….and we’re coming to a city near you! If you have cool collectibles, you’re ready to sell, tell us what you’ve got!”
Pawn Stars on The Road Cities
What cities will the Pawn Stars crew be visiting? The cities listed include Seattle, WA, Denver, CO, San Francisco, CA, Austin, TX, Valley Forge, PA, Washington, D.C., Winston-Salem, NC, and Savannah, GA.
Pawn Stars Rick Harrison Rants About Stuff He Will Never Buy
Anyone who has watched even one episode of Pawn Stars knows that there is a cornucopia of items that show up at the World Famous Gold and Silver Pawn Shop in Las Vegas.
However, patriarch Rick Harrison will not buy two items. There are two exceptions on one item, but he is adamant about not purchasing old Playboy magazines and Beanie Babies.
Back in 2019, Rick posted a video on the shop’s official YouTube page. It is entitled “Rick’s Rants: Stuff I will never buy!”
Harrison starts the video by saying “All right. I’m sick and tired of people bringing me stuff that is so completely worthless.” He then went on to share the first item that he does not want.
Your Playboy collection was worthless because it wasn’t like People magazine that sat on the coffee table and a week or two later when the new People magazine came along, and you toss out the old ones.
Guys always took their Playboy magazines and stuck them in a stack. They never threw them away. So, like every old guy on the planet who had a subscription to Playboy, has a gazillion of them. They’re basically worthless.
However, Rick has a couple of exceptions. He shared, “The only ones worth money are Marilyn Monroe and Farrah Fawcett.”
Next, he shared why he does not want Beanie Babies. “They were cool for a minute. They’re not worth anything.”
Be Sure To Read The Fine Print
Don’t forget to look at the privacy fine print before deciding you want to go on the History show. In addition, they need anyone interested in meeting the crew in person, to send a location, item description, and photos of the collectible. Then, email them at [email protected].
Will you be bringing a family heirloom or garage sale find to one of the locations? Do you want to be on Pawn Stars?
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