Sports Card Buying & Selling Resources
Sports Card Dealer Profile: Dave and Adam's Card World
From its humble beginnings as a sports card store in Buffalo, Dave and Adam's Card World has grown to become a true hobby giant. At www.dacardworld.com, the company sells from an inventory of over 250,000 boxes of sports cards, along with gaming and entertainment cards, memorabilia, supplies and more.
In less than a decade, SportsBuy.com (formerly NAXCOM) has become one of the largest internet marketplaces for sports cards and collectibles. Always known for its outstanding buyer protection on fixed price sales, the site brought some of the same features to auctions in 2007.
Profile: Beckett Marketplace
The Beckett Marketplace brings together hundreds of dealers in one convenient location to form the "World's Largest Hobby Shop." Gain access to millions of sports cards at one convenient location.
Profile: Beckett Online Sports Cards Price Guides
Beckett Media offers the most comprehensive and flexible web-based tools for obtaining sports cards prices anywhere. The online price guides are found at Beckett.com and are just one part of the company's online offerings.
Sports Cards New Release Calendar
Need to know when those cards you've been waiting for are set to hit stores? This new release calendar has those important dates, plus links to reviews of recently released products.
Profile: Tuff Stuff Online Sports Cards Price Guides
Tuff Stuff magazine may have changed its name to Sports Collectors Monthly, but the original name is still on the website that provides prices for sports cards and figures. Best of all, it's free.
SportsLizard offers free, real time pricing for sports cards and collectibles. The site also has free listings for sellers, a blog and much more.
Profile: eBay Sports Memorabilia, Cards & Fan Shop
The industry leader in online auctions is a major force in the world of sports cards. If you've never bought or sold cards on eBay, here's a quick overview.
Tips for Selling Sports Cards on the Internet
Today's numerous internet auction sites make it easy to sell off some of the sports cards in your collection. Follow these tips to make sure your online selling experience goes as smoothly as possible.
Best Times to Sell Your Sports Cards
When it comes to selling your sports cards, it pays to act when you will get the best possible offers. Here are some times when items in your collection could draw the most interest from potential buyers.
Identify Potentially Valuable Sports Cards
Collectors don't always have a price guide handy, but they may still find themselves in situations where it would be helpful to pick out potentially valuable sports cards at a glance. Here are some things to look for if you ever find yourself in one of those situations.