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I am super new to the forum, and have been looking for a good place/site to buy a Key Master. I'm aware you can buy straight from Sega & am wondering if there's anywhere I can buy from for slightly cheaper without getting a knock off. I'm figuring I should just buy the real machine if fakes end up spitting out more of your prizes because of calibration issues. Please let me know your guys experiences and what you think I should do. I live in California, Thanks in advance!!

 

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I'm sure CA has strict laws regarding prize value. Have you checked into that to see if a key master would be the best machine for your needs.  

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I thought Cali didn't allow Keymasters.  (I could be wrong, I don't do Cali)

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4 hours ago, RikaKazak said:

I thought Cali didn't allow Keymasters.  (I could be wrong, I don't do Cali)

It's a gray area, but there are plenty around.

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On 4/16/2017 at 7:13 PM, Gs Vending said:

It's a gray area, but there are plenty around.

I've never noticed keymasters being popular since recently (year or so). What would the gray area be in California? The limit of the monetary value of the prize?

I know two independent boutique stores in California that just got them so is it up to the discretion of the business owner? As in you don't need a license to have one operating?

 

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also want to mention these keymasters contain sneakers so they are placed within clothing/apparel boutiques. Not sure if that changes anything regarding the California law

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