Posts tagged eBay
How to Start a Sports Card Collection By Brendan White aka SteakNchop
You have just recently gotten into card collecting and are happy and amazed to see that you can trade, buy and sell online! But when you actually go online, nobody wants to trade for your cards! That’s because you don’t have very many cards. Rather logical, since you just started collecting so recently. So how will you start your collection? Do you just go to the hobby shop and buy a lot of cards? Or is eBay better? Or should you just buy packs? Read on to find out.
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By Cherie Mullohan aka Tradinpaint
“What’s the problem? Oh I see. You need to know the value? Yes, I think the value is $20.00, ” said the seller. “I don’t agree at all! It must only be worth $10.00!” That was the buyer complaint. How can we know the value of cards? Some say that Beckett is the best. I don’t subscribe to Beckett. Why can’t people just go with their gut feeling and come to an agreement? For instance, in the deal above the one thinks it is work $20 and the other thinks $10. Instead of arguing, why not More >
By Sean Berry aka #1 Broncos Fan
Well, I have vented many times about how the hobby has changed and how it has been flooded with fakes, I do remember back in the beginning of trade sites I had joined Beckett’s Buy/Sell/Trade and everything was based on the honor system there was no trade manager or feedback it was: “Hey I like this card you have” and you would exchange addresses and send your cards. Yes I had many great trades and of course got burned a few times, but more often then not it was positive. Back when I got More >
Guide for online box buying
A friend of mine decided to make a trip to Kenya very recently. Two days after her arrival, all hell broke loose. I mailed her to leave as soon as possible, but her reply was “screw this I only live once, we’re going on safari to Kilimajaro now.” It went fine to my knowledge.
It’s a bit like this to buy boxes online today. You can say “screw this I only live once” and make your buy, make your box break, and perhaps it goes just fine. But odds are you end up disappointed, fooled, and ripped More >