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Ok, so I pulled these cards (and many others) out of some stardust overdrive packs a while ago and I can't find a price that is consistent. Any help with this would be most appreciated. Thanks in advance. Here are the cards, all are unlimited edition, NOT FIRST EDITION, mint condition, fresh out of the packs, straight into sleeves. Anything other than Yugico?
Archlord Crystia-Secret Rare
Blackwing-Silverwind the ascendant-Ultimate Rare
Black Brutdrago-Holographic Rare
Koa'ki Meiru Maximus-Ultra Rare
Earthbound Immortal Ccarayhua
how bout u be a sait and gimmei that blackwing and that earthbound? :D
- Wow, those sure are great prices... Anyway, this site is pretty good for finding the prices of cards: . --Blue (Talk) 06:48, February 27, 2010 (UTC)
- That's actually a pretty cool site, but do you know how they figure out the prices?--YamiWheeler 00:04, February 28, 2010 (UTC)
- All I know about that is based on what they said on their site:
- "YugiCo guide prices are based on selling prices of major Yu-Gi-Oh card dealers. Our unique software monitors prices of every issued Yu-Gi-Oh card, and calculates the current guide price, which you can use as a reference for buying, selling, or trading Yu-Gi-Oh! cards. Prices are updated every week on Sunday so you can always check the current value of Yu-Gi-Oh! cards. "
- Don't know how true that is, though. --Blue (Talk) 00:08, February 28, 2010 (UTC)
- Awesome. Thanks. It sounds like an easy way to value cards, since I was thinking of selling my cards off soon, although the prices are a lot higher than eBay in some cases.--YamiWheeler 00:11, February 28, 2010 (UTC)
Generally what most people do for card prices is go to eBay and look for the lowest price "Buy It Now" option. Usually the shipping price is also included in the value of the card. There are other sources such as TrollandToad, ideal808, etc. --Sub (Talk | Contribs) 17:33, February 27, 2010 (UTC)