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Postby Unorthodoxy » Tue Nov 18, 2014 9:04 pm

Whats the most efficient way to offload large quantities of Magic goodies.
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Re: trading stuff

Postby Chexmix » Wed Nov 19, 2014 9:15 am

OCC will buy them at a discounted rate based on the secondary value of each "playable" card. Large lots of commons and uncommons aren't worth anything at all, sadly.

I'd be happy to take a look through them and see if there are any value cards, depending on the size of the lot. You really want to be an educated seller when it comes to MTG. Some cards could be worth $50+ each if they are played in any tournament deck.
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Re: trading stuff

Postby Unorthodoxy » Thu Nov 20, 2014 12:08 pm

Chexmix wrote:OCC will buy them at a discounted rate based on the secondary value of each "playable" card. Large lots of commons and uncommons aren't worth anything at all, sadly.

I'd be happy to take a look through them and see if there are any value cards, depending on the size of the lot. You really want to be an educated seller when it comes to MTG. Some cards could be worth $50+ each if they are played in any tournament deck.


I have rares worth about $100, according to a knowledgable player friend of mine. there are some nice uncommons in the collection as well. But the really big bunch of rares I had were stolen. Very disappointing but I am now reasonably sure it was one of my sons young friends.

Anywho, just wondering how best to dispose of the good 'uns.
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