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    i just joined and i entered some cards.. how do i find out how much they are worth
    • CommentTimeJun 19th 2008 edited
    Hi there,
    Not all the sets on our site have pricing available. If you have added cards from those sets, you can use the "request pricing" feature, and we will take note of that. We have a long queue of sets to add, this will help us prioritize what to incorporate first. That being said, would you give us an example or two of some of the cards?

    • CommentAuthorlaske
    • CommentTimeJun 25th 2008
    I have a real michal jordan basseball when ha played for the with sox how mutch do it worth.
    I am unclear as to what card it is so it is hard to help you. Do you have any more information?
    i have athletics cards i would like to find prices for them
    Hi Dizzy,
    You can search through our catalog for the cards you are interested in. If prices are not listed, use the request pricing feature and we'll make sure to add the set to the queue.
    • CommentAuthorkeohero
    • CommentTimeJul 16th 2008
    how do you use the request pricing feature?
    Hi Keohero,
    On cards (and sets) that we have not published pricing for - you can notify us that you would like to see pricing for them utilizing the request pricing link. This will notify us of your interest and help us prioritize which sets to add to the publication system. Hope that helps.
    • CommentAuthorindura42
    • CommentTimeAug 7th 2008
    I have a slew of cards that i purchased from the goodwill, and i was wondering what website to go to view their worth. Is this the site or can you tell tell me where to research it?
    Hi indura,
    Sorry for the delayed response. We have been finishing up a move so I have not been on the forums as much. Yes this is a good place to start. If there are sets you are interested in seeing sales for, please use the request pricing feature. Let me know if we can assist you further.
    • CommentAuthorTrAldre
    • CommentTimeSep 14th 2008
    ive never done this before,Baseball or football.How do i enter to see value?
    Hi TrAldre,
    You can use our search or browse functions to locate items you would like to see pricing for. Cards that have sales results posted will have a green pricing icon next to them. You can then either click on the green dollar sign or the info button for more information on each item. If there are particular sets of interest, please feel free to use the "request pricing" feature to notify us of your interest in seeing sales results for those cards. Let me know if you have any more questions.
    • CommentAuthor123zander
    • CommentTimeSep 24th 2008
    Hi there
    We have not yet added our football catalog to the site. I would recommend you try selling it on eBay.

    Hope this helps
    • CommentAuthorRicktay
    • CommentTimeJan 24th 2009
    Hi, I just joined. I have 100's of baseball cards from 1957-1961 and a few football cards from that era as well. Is there some information on your site to help figure out the approximate value of each card? What I mean is how do you determine whether it is rated a one or a ten? These are cards that have never been handled and are in safe deposit for the past 40+years.
    We are still a little ways away from adding non-baseball to the site. The scale 1-10 is based on the various grading companies. With one exception, they use a 1 to 10 scale when they evaluate the condition of a given card. We suggest you visit the various grading card sites to better understand how they generally arrive at particular grade. To see what your cards are worth, you can use our search function or browse feature. Each card with recorded sales will have a green dollar sign. You can either visit the info page or click the green icon to view pricing. You can add that you own to your collection. You can, if you so choose, update card in your collection with condition and purchase price information (as well as a handful of other details).

    Let us know if you need any more assistance.
    Take care,
    • CommentAuthorRiggs
    • CommentTimeFeb 5th 2009
    hey im trying to find out if my cards are worth anything any that can help me please?
    Hi Riggs,
    That's what our site is for. You can search our catalog to find the cards you own. Cards that have pricing available will have a green pricing icon. If there is a particular set you are interested in seeing, you may use the "request pricing" feature. We are very close to a major update that will dramatically increase the amount of information available to all of our members.

    Take care,
    Hi I am new here and I am searching for the cards I own and am not finding them. Why is this? Some Jackie Robinson cards and Ken Griffey Jr.
    Hi Angleeyes,
    You can use your search engine to find the cards you are looking for or browse feature. Our search engine will return results on complex queries. If you type in 1953 Topps Jackie Robinson, you will see results. Clicking on the players name will take you to their checklist and clicking on the set name will take you to the set checklist. Similarly, you can click on the info button to view the card details page. If the card you are looking at has pricing available, you will see a green dollar sign. When you visit the card page, you will be able to view all of the pricing information. Alternatively, you can click the green dollar sign for a quick access popup.

    Hope that helps.
    I have several cards that I am trying to price, and when I put the player in and click on the Dollar bill sign it shows me a "raw" estimate and it has different grades. The top one states a high prise is that for mint condition? And then the lower grades please help thank you
    also what the difference between all,psa..etc?
    Hi Benavidezae,
    For cards that have not been authenticated by a 3rd party - we simply report the sale price. What one person might call mint another will call NM, so we tend to let the numbers speak for themselves. Every sale of card that has been authenticated by a 3rd party is factored into the chart. The All column is simply an average sale price of said card in the given condition (regardless of authenticator). PSA, SGC, GAI, etc... are the most well known (and hobby accepted) grading companies.

    If you would like to see the individual sales results, click on the "transaction history" tab on the pricing interface.

    Let me know if we can do anything else for you.
    Hi nene,
    Without knowing what condition the cards are in or what set they are from, it is impossible to answer that question.

    Let us know if you have any further questions.
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