Building a house out of Magic cards: Sideboard.
I may or may not have a gambling problem. This being said, I purchased a thing today along the lines that are counterintuitive to selling a Magic collection.
One box of set boosters. Opening booster packs in, in my opinion, a risky investment. The packs are not like regular draft boosters which have 11 commons, 3 uncommons, and 1 rare or mythic. These set boosters only have 12 cards, and the volatility is much higher.
Not a bad price, shipped. And there are some juicy cards in here that can easily recover the cost of entry. Easily.
MtgGoldfish has tons of useful pricing information.
Sorry, no picks or vids of the openings. I've watched videos of that type and don't have the equipment to make it well enough for it to be worth your while.
So, now I have 360 more cards to sleeve up and manually list. Lots of work for my aging hands. I would enlist the kids, but I really don't want them giving a potential sale 20% off for having greasy hands, even though they are awesome help.
Side note: "John"'s cards are starting to move. I have 11 packages to mail today.
Looks good so far, found 50 bucks. And I have a few friends at work who pay cash-in-hand for fresh cards. Presold 3 of my other pulls for a cool 64 bucks. which means I have already recouped the cost of the box.
Until the next shuffle...
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