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Used to play a ton back in the mid-late 90s and am looking to get back into the game a bit.
I've updated my wishlist and tradelist. Nothing is beyond reach but I might be reluctant to move a few cards. Feel free to take a look at my inventory.
Make me an offer. The worst that can happen is we don't work something out (and that's no worse off than either of us are now, right?).
Okay, after receiving a bunch of trade offers that are composed of almost nothing but commons/uncommons for $3 and up legacy/vintage cards, I'm going to go ahead and put forth some ground rules (my apologies if this sounds harsh, but I'm saving both of us time):
1) Given the recent blip in the TGC averages, I will be looking at the LOW values for all cards in all trades.
2) If your offer does not contain at least a card or two of comparable value, you had better be prepared to give up a LOT in value. Let's be honest, if you pitch a $4 card with some filler for my $6 card, we can work something out. If you pitch a $1 card and a TON of filler for my $6 card, that doesn't make sense. Look in the Reddit trade forum, Actinide is getting offers out his wahoo to trade him commons/uncommons at $7 per THOUSAND cards. So why should I trade you $25 worth of stuff for 50 commons and 5 junk rares?
3) Please have SOMETHING of value on your side. I know my tradelist isn't huge, but my wantlist has a LOT on it so there should be a fair amount of flexibility.
Again, this is not to be harsh, but a LOT of the commons/uncommons on my wishlist will be picked up at a penny per card. I have them in there as possible fodder to work out deals, not to comprise entire deals themselves.
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