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Can someone explain why the Shiny Charizard card is sold for completely different prices?

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  • Can someone explain why the Shiny Charizard card is sold for completely different prices?


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Answer #1 | 18/12 2013 11:31
Its cause the cards are different types. You probably got them from a different pack than the others did.
Answer #2 | 18/12 2013 11:33
Well, firstly the set of that charizard matters. Some cards are reprinted, exactly the same but into a later set and the later set is easier to get hold of so it sells for less. The condition matters. If it is fresh with absolutely no damage (mint) it would sell for a high price whereas a used one would't. Also, check that the card do not say "PROMO" on the bottom right corner because they are stupendously worthless. Your Lv.X, EX, Ultra rares and ultimate rares should fetch you a good price. A lv.x could get you from £5 to £ 15. A non full art EX or an old EX could get you from £10 to £50 and full arts ex and the rare old cards might get you over £100 each!! Of course, like I said the condition, set and whether it's a promo or not matters.
Answer #3 | 18/12 2013 11:44
No one got this correct just yet. The actual reason why the cards differ in price from 50 to 2,000 (seems high even for the best ones, but hey, it can happen) is that there are 2 versions of charizard. Regular....and SHADOWLESS. Shadowless is a 'misprint' card from 1999 that was only made in a very limited edition. Here's a link to explain it completely. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q2pQn1408sU
Answer #4 | 18/12 2013 12:52
Because more shiny ones are probably more expensive
Answer #5 | 19/12 2013 05:18
Shiny Cards = Rare cards Rare Cards = Expensive Cards I rest my case...

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