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    New to selling/trading cards anyone help

    i want to sell / trade some of my cards on here

    but im not sure on how to price them i signed up on beckket i take it thats my best bet to price my cards

    thanks for any help

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    Beckett is a guide some people mainly use for trading purposes, organization, and insurance. For real-time values, most people are using ebay completed listings nowadays. To see those, search for your card (ie 1989 barry sanders score). Depending on your settings there will be a "completed listings" link by the number of active listings by the top or you need to narrow it down from the options on the left-hand side of the screen. From there, you can even narrow it down to auctions and sold auctions.

    That way you can take the average of the cards sold and come up with a realistic price. Always factor in shipping and fees into the price and if you have a rare card, just try to find comparable ones.

    When all is said and done, list them at prices you are comfortable with and ignore low-ballers.
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