Wow, how did that work out? About Us; Our Core Values; Working at TCGplayer; Working in Syracuse; Careers; Press Center; HOW CAN WE HELP? I've sent in two orders and most things were graded the same as what I entered. For a brief window that I missed by a day Aether Vial was 29.99 and was at market value on TCGPlayer and I almost bought into them but they changed to 34.99 the next day. Sometimes tcg player does. Posted by 1 day ago. They make you purchase tracking, which is annoying for a small mailer envelope because you can only add the .75 cent tracking to a package, and thus have to spend like 3 bucks to get tracking (FTR this is was the window teller at USPS told me, not sure if there's a better way. I do the vast majority of buying and selling on TCGplayer and the site is great overall, the staff is very helpful. Luckily the overall price was within a few dollars. I had no issues with Priority Mail getting there in time. Card Kingdom so much easier in that regard. I wasn't unhappy with my transactions with them but every order they reported several cards missing (even after I took photos of me packing them up) and I did receive only around 60-70% of expected each time. The second time I was able to send up to like 250 cards in one order. I'm a big fan of the TCGplayer buylist. TCGplayer Buylist Pricing. They are anal on foil grading. Speculat(e/ing) I'm noticing that a few of the buylist offers are quite close to what I could sell on eBay for. Question. 72 hours? Speculat(e/ing) I did it Saturday around 11pm and shipped Monday at lunch. For a brief window that I missed by a day Aether Vial was 29.99 and was at market value on TCGPlayer and I almost bought into them but they changed to 34.99 the next day. If you live in the US, hoping the PO sends your package and it arrives within 72 hours is often a pipe dream. I liked the bonus store credit value. 2. invest in stocks, property, or other ventures in the hope of gain but with the risk of loss. Overall I would say it was OK. Card Kingdom was easier and paid more with trade in credit but their prices are much higher than TCG so maybe shop around a little bit. They lock in your prices but it's only 3 or 4 days. Press J to jump to the feed. Not a huge deal if you buy a lot of cards but for me I'd rather have the cash to use on eBay or CK if you're not giving me any bonus for store credit. Must first be either Fusion Summoned, or Special Summoned from your Extra Deck by Tributing 1 Level 10 Aqua monster with 0 ATK. Buylist for Players; Buylist for Stores; ABOUT TCGPLAYER. No thank you. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Do you think cardkingdom generally pays more for commander cards while tcg pays more for non-commander? They don't give a store credit bonus like CK, which can make a big difference on some valuable cards, but you can get better prices on TCG sometimes. If you go through Card Kingdom make sure you can’t get that same card on tcgplayer for 20-30% less. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. This is Reddit's hub for discussing speculating(2) and not for discussing speculating(1) about Magic: the Gathering cards. No need to get store credit even if you are planning on converting into new cards. Or am I subject to the buylist fluctuations over the 3-4 days of shipping? Also for tcg make sure you change your desired method of payment in settings as it's default store credit. Can't stand tcg player buylist. Typically, you should expect about 60% of the value of the cards you're selling to them back. Close. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. I haven't anyway. It's pretty good. How do people like the TCGPlayer buylist? Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. 4. I had about an 80% rate based on condition. Online Collectible Gaming Store, News, and Strategy for Singles & Miniatures The cards are in 100% pristine perfect condition right here in front of me. Buylist prices on TCGP are quite a bit better than retailers like CardKingdom, but I don't want to send the cards and then get screwed because they grade everything down, etc. I'm noticing that a few of the buylist offers are quite close to what I could sell on eBay for. Do I get the top offer, assuming my card grades correctly, at the time of my buylist submittal? 2. invest in stocks, property, or other ventures in the hope of gain but with the risk of loss. Do you need to grade them yourself or can you select them all as NM and let them grade? Had to contact TCGPlayer just to get them to cancel the order because otherwise it would never let me ship another buylist order. If you have anything over $50, I’d say consider selling it on a Facebook group, but otherwise dump away. I'm looking at buylisting a few cards from Zendikar Rising. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. I always put my card kingdom buylist into tcg player before I confirm to see who offers more. I'm looking to move a few older, more expensive cards. Horrible. The only thing that sorta stinks is not every card you want is available, and the prices are sometimes a little off. They only ask that your package be postmarked within a week (maybe its 5 days) of your order submission. Your opponent's monsters cannot target for attacks, and your opponent cannot target with card effects, any monsters you control, except "Egyptian God Slime". Do I get the top offer, assuming my card grades correctly, at the time of my buylist submittal? For the super expensive cards, my threshold is usually in the $150-$200 range. I'm looking at buylisting a few cards from Zendikar Rising. The tracking showed it never got there, and somehow, since I bought the postage online, it didn't come with insurance. The first time I sent a buylist to them they cut me off at like 100 cards which was annoying. It was 5 business days for me a couple weeks ago. This is Reddit's hub for discussing speculating(2) and not for discussing speculating(1) about Magic: the Gathering cards. How have people's experiences been with TCGPlayer's Buylist? I’ve noticed A25 cards through them aren’t being priced to the current market values. Check their terms and conditions. In all 3 cases, the cards were in better condition than I claimed. This is Reddit's hub for discussing speculating(2) and not for discussing speculating(1) about Magic: the Gathering cards. Can only imagine if you're out of country. Buylist prices on TCGP are quite a bit better than retailers like CardKingdom, but I don't want to send the cards and then get screwed because they grade everything down, etc. The next day I get an email saying my buylist is past due... like wtf mate. I'm looking to move a few older, more expensive cards. Can anyone share what their experience was like? Overall it is an incredibly convenient way to offload some cards. I got screwed by this because I shipped a buylist order during a federal holiday. They have a 72 hours rule. I felt dirty rating pack fresh stuff as played because the BL price on the lower condition was higher than NM. The only thing that sorta stinks is not every card you want is available, and the prices are sometimes a little off. My card kingdom buy list experience was really smooth. Iconic Master Cards though are very fairly priced through Card Kingdom right now. It made it there on time this time. Syracuse, NY … Everything less than $150, and I'm probably just going to list on TCGplayer without images and call it a day. It’s a little time consuming and annoying importing cards into their system, but it’s definitely the best way to unload unwanted cards. I have had 2 out of 50 cards buylisted to them downgraded. Press J to jump to the feed. 16 comments. Press J to jump to the feed. TCGplayer Buylist Pricing. This time knowing their BS about shipping I did the order at work and shipped on lunch.