What is the best way to value my Magic:The Gathering cards?

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  • What is the best way to value my Magic:The Gathering cards?


Answer #1 | 19/12 2013 07:26
A value of a card is set through a few things: 1. Rarity of the card. In the middle of the card you'll see some words and then a symbol to the right. A black symbol means common, silver is uncommon, gold is rare, and reddish/orange is mythic rare. Commons are common on up to mythic rare which is usually worth the most. 2. Condition of the card. If it's all bent up with corners torn and all that, it will be worth a fraction of the optimal price. 3. Quality of the card. There are uncommons in the game that are worth much more than bad rares but usually a common will be fine and a mythic can see play in many kinds of decks.
Answer #2 | 21/12 2013 18:19
To determine the value of your cards, I recommend going on StarCity games, a great website. You can sell the cards to that website and they have a good buy list of how much the card is worth. There are also plenty of other sites too. The value of a card is based on its rarity, if its foil or not, and sometimes it's expansion, and also it's condition. If you find you have a card with a super high value, treat it like a child until you sell it or whatever :). Good luck!

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