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    Ideas for dealing at show

    Next Saturday I will set up at a show in colorado for my first time as a dealer. I apologize if this is in the wrong section, I am looking for any ideas or comments on what works and what doesn't work. Anything would help. Thanks!

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    I'd guess Broncos and Trevor Story and Nolan Arenado in baseball.
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    Always listen to offers & have an open mind as far as negotiating prices. Good luck & have fun would be the most important.
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    High end and low end are always hot sellers. Just remember to price all your high end cards in a case or watch them closely so nobody steals them. For low end boxes 10 cents, 25 cents, $1 etc bring as many boxes as possible as the small sales will add up.
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    What do you specialize in? Don't get too spread out. What I mean by that is if you specialize in vintage you will be dealing with mainly set builders so have a place for want lists and box searching. If you are specializing in high end then make sure you have cases and always have everything priced but keep in mind people will use the price to negotiate from.
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    I forgot to add, good luck.
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    my only advice as some of the others were right on about what to do, but above all try to have fun

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