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Top 6 Places to Buy and Sell Sports Cards

When I got back into the hobby, I couldn’t believe all of the changes that were made. I knew Ebay had really changed the game and enabled collectors to buy cards that previously were hard to get. But were there other places that I didn’t know about? Well there was!

When I started searching I could’t believe all the different places I could go to buy, sell, and trade cards. Now if you have been following me and my podcast I have shared this information with you before. But if you are just starting out this will be a great starting point

  1. Ebay – This is still the go to place to buy and sell sports cards. Ebay changed the game when they started back in the day. The ability to buy cards that people couldn’t get at their local card shops really was a huge draw. Also, the amount of cards that were available drove prices down which made cards more affordable. People complain about their fees, but I feel it’s a small price to pay for the amount of buyers they can attract.

Check out this video I did about selling on ebay. If you need a place to start out here is the place.

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2. Facebook Groups – Outside of Ebay, facebook groups are the biggest buyers and sellers of sports cards. Engage with the community and you will be buying and selling in no time. Please be warned there are scammers on there. Luckily there is a website for that – Click Here. Also make sure you pay Paypal Goods and Services to protect yourself if they don’t ship the card.

If you want to learn how to buy cards to flip on Facebook check out this interview below!

3. Instagram – A great place to post pictures of your cards to buy, sell, trade, or just show off. Instagram trends towards a younger crowd with newer cards being more popular on the platform. You can save on fees if you put the work into your account. Here is an article that I wrote to help you build your following and make some bank bro.

4. COMC – This marketplace is only for buying and selling sports cards. You send in your cards and COMC will scan and list your cards for you. If someone buys you cards they ship it for you! The best part of Comc is that you can buy from multiple buyers and pay one shipping cost. They also have a feature that you can buy and then list the card without touching the card.

5. Blowout Forums – They have different sections for each sport, there they talk about each release of cards. Also, they buy, sell, and trade cards on these forums. It’s a great place to learn as well as buy/sell cards.

6. PSA Card Forums – Similiar to Blowout forums. But they also have set registries where you can see collector’s PSA sets. Take a look at what they are missing from the set and shoot them an email if you have the card for a sale. No guessing what they are looking for, you already know it!

Did I miss any? Please let me know in the comments below and if you found this informative please share!

Wait! Wait! I have to add 1 more!

Next Door App – I found this app awhile back but never used it to buy sports cards. Well that changed last month. I posted that I was looking to buy sports cards and I received a ton of messages. I eventually bought 13 sets from an older women who was just looking to get them out of her house. I bought them really cheap too. Don’t miss out on this app which can be downloaded on ios and android.

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  1. My grandson and granddaughter had been given a couple boxes of sports cards. They have been doing research. I don’t want them to get ripped off/ taken advantage of. What’s your advce for them?

      1. Hello My name is Ralph M, Auction Buyer, through out my findings, I did aquire some sheets of base ball / basket ball CARDS, would like to sell, Discription, ICON, Jordan,Shaq,Ken Griff,Jr, and a few more, I have not posted anything yet, please contact me would like to hear what you think i should do first, Thanks, ralphm60@gmail.com

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