Good place to price Pokemon cards?

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  • Good place to price Pokemon cards?


Answer #1 | 01/01 2014 11:26
Pojo is a waste of time for valuing cards - their values still reflect prices from the height of the Pokemon craze. Given that the value of a card is the price it will sell for, your best bet is to look up the card on eBay, However, make sure you check the COMPLETED listings - anyone can ask an outrageous price for a card, but that doesn't mean that's what it's worth. If you are having trouble figuring out which card you have, use the number in the bottom right hand corner. It will have a number like 4/102. The first number (4) is that specific card's number. The second number (102) designates the set. For example, 4/102 is the base set charizard. Charizard is #4, and there are 102 cards total in that set. Just type in that number on eBay and you will find more information from listings about the set its from and its value.
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