Better late than never. Basketball cards make their debut this week and thanks to Jeremy Lin, they’re getting a jump start.
Selling sports cards on eBay means volume, volume, and more volume for eBay’s biggest sports card dealers…but the most successful sellers start ’em low and let ’em go.
Find the right words to use in your listings. Know when to sell and what’s hot. Terapeak isn’t free, but it might help you get top dollar online.
All that talk about Albert Pujols having a “down year”? Pretty much gone after two huge homers. With about ten more years left in his career, he could be a steal–even at today’s prices.
We’re hoping this doesn’t turn into somebody’s race track partymobile. Would you believe the Dale Earnhardt hearse?
JustCollect spent some hectic days after adding some juice to an eBay cash back program that helps its buyers and sellers.
They’re out there…unscrupulous sellers waiting to take as much of your money as they can get away with.
Will a gentle nudge from a colorful sticker help keep your items showing up near the top of eBay’s search results?
eBay is hoping to make the non-paying bidder experience a little less painful.
Leaving a software company to sell baseball cards worked out OK for one Ohio dealer.
A 1971 Topps baseball card set with all cards graded PSA 7 and 8 sold for $10,000 Sunday.
One of the hobby’s signature cards changes hands.
A rare autographed baseball from the 1920s Yankee dynasty was on the block this week and drawing a lot of interest. When the eBay clock struck zero this three signature ball was at over $38,000– not enough to meet the reserve price.