I'm selling 218 yu gi oh card for 200 dollar on ebay. Check it out
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Anyone know a site that sells yugioh cards for cheap. Don't say Ebay because Ebay is filled with soooooooooooo many scammers its like a scavenger hunt to find your cards. The only site I found that is cheap is www.yugiohmint.com is there any cheaper? KapedStikman 21:53, 20 September 2008 (UTC)
Shuffleandcut.com is a pretty good site though it does have problems with keeping cards in stock, or maybe try toywiz. Prince Of Darkness 00:41, 21 September 2008 (UTC)
koolkingdom is really good but dont deliver fast infact very slow
Ebay is not as bad as people make it out to be. Yes there are scams but they're easy to pick out!!! Just read the title and description and make sure it does NOT SAY the words lot, dice roll, or grab bag. And if you really want to be safe just buy from the top rated sellers with gold ribbons. They're beyond trustworthy and much better, and cheaper than all the other sites. Trust me, I buy from Ebay a lot. It's not bad. And make sure you avoid people with low feedback scores, because they are like 90% of the scams and rip-offs.
If you have any questions about buying on Ebay I'd be happy to tell you what I know!
I use TCGplayer. They give you all the prices from different sites and tells you which is cheapest to priciest. That way, will help you know which site to buy from. Zlilyeakidz (talk • contribs) 02:23, January 19, 2011 (UTC)
Ideal808. They have early bird deals. I preordered Justice Bringer for 3 dollars. I'm sure it'll be at least 10. That's a deal breaker if I've ever heard one. Adamtheamazing64 (talk • contribs) 02:33, January 19, 2011 (UTC)
I generally go to
they have the best offers, and you can find them on Amazon. So you can set up an Amazon account and find them there.
Research, research, research ..
eBay, like any other place can be either good or bad. Sometimes you can get a card you want for a great price. Other times, the cards going on eBay are ridiculously high.
So your best bet is to do your research. When on eBay, I always scan the completed listings for a card I'm interested in to get an idea of what they've been going for (it's one of the advance options you can pick, for those who don't know). Likewise, I always bounce around from website to website to see if I can't beat that price. Sometimes, I'll even pop over to TCGplayer.com and pull up the card over there. They'll list places that have the card in stock along with the prices their asking for it.
One website that's been great for me is Alterealitygames.com. That's Alter Reality Games, based in Arizona, USA, just don't double the "r" when you're typing their web address. Their prices are generally good, shipping prices are not ginormous, AND they'll often sell used cards at a discounted price. I've also used Troll and Toad, and Hot Sauce Games too, which both have already been mentioned.
Hope that info is helpful to someone out there. --Kungfu-mama(talk) 00:02, January 22, 2011 (UTC)