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Where to Sell my Pokemon Cards?

Discussion in 'Pokémon TCG Discussion' started by OldManJenkins, Mar 29, 2013.

  1. OldManJenkins

    OldManJenkins Lol, wut?

    Hey guys, I have at least a couple hundred pokemon cards(havent got around to counting them yet.) and I was wondering, should I sell them on Ebay or somewhere else? They are, like, 90% old school 1st gen cards and I have a lot of holos and a couple dozen that are in German or some language. Would I make more money selling them on a different site? I plan on going through and getting them split into sets and then selling them that way instead of just as a whole lot, I think. Any tips?
     
  2. teh_original_pikachu

    teh_original_pikachu Don't use my avi -_-

    Less than 1000 isn't too many, so I suggest selling them as a bulk, advertising X amount of holos.
     
  3. OldManJenkins

    OldManJenkins Lol, wut?

    Is there a site, other than Ebay, where I could list, like, singles and have people buy them? Also, some of my cards are german, and I think Italian. Are they worth any more or less than english cards? Idk if I mentioned this already but most of my cards are pre-2000.
     
    Last edited: Mar 30, 2013
  4. ven?

    ven? Kanto Region Champ

    Generally if they're a different language no, funny thing is English cards usually fetch more. If you sell them as singles it will take you forever even done over e-bay (sorting 5000 cards took me a day I felt myself getting dumber by the end of it, so I can't imagine selling 1-2000 cards singly online). But honestly sell the foils separately on e-bay and then just sell the rest on there.
     
  5. fitzy909

    fitzy909 Just another guy

    sell them on ebay or at car boot sales. you get more on ebay, but it's a bit more difficult. don't sell them separately, just sell them in large stacks. it takes for ever to sell individual ones, especially if you have a lot of them.
     
  6. mjunior3

    mjunior3 Link Jokers!

    i found a site called Trade Cards Online. you could check that out. they sell all kinds of cards, and you can buy some there, too.
     

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