- Donate them. ...
- Put them in a garage/yard sale. ...
- List them in an online classified. ...
- Donate them to a charity auction. ...
- Give them to some neighbors. ...
- Advertise them in your local newspaper/shopper. ...
- Barter. ...
- Package them up and give them away at Halloween.
You can auction them yourself on eBay, sell them to a local card shop or dealer, or go to an auction house and have it sell the cards as one big lot. But before you start selling, it's best to take stock of what you have to see which cards are more valuable than others.... read more ›
Sell Your Sports Cards and Memorabilia to Us.
Beyond eBay, collectors can sell (and buy) singles through Check Out My Cards (COMC) and Sportlots. Another way to dispose of commons and still get some financial return is to donate them to an organization with federal tax-exempt status like Goodwill.... view details ›
How to Clean & Inspect Cards Before Grading! | FULL GUIDE! - YouTube... read more ›
If you no longer want your sports card collection, you should consider sell baseball cards rather than throwing them away. If you have a big collection, it could take a lot of time and effort to try to sell it over the internet.... continue reading ›
The hobby became massively popular during the COVID-19 pandemic. In February 2021, eBay reported that sports card sales in 2020 increased on the site by 142 percent over 2019, with more than 4 million cards sold.... read more ›
If you're looking to sell your late-80s and early-90s cards, you're not alone. The cards are worthless because nobody's buying. Don't blame the card shop owner for not wanting them. They won't be able to sell them, so if they take them off your hands, they're merely adding to a potential fire hazard.... see more ›
Like pre-War cards, vintage cards of Hall of Famers and stars can also easily be worth thousands of dollars, especially if they are in great shape. Even common cards (those of non-star players) can be worth major money depending on which card it is and their condition.... continue reading ›
To be clear, 99.9% of baseball cards are completely worthless. I'm sorry to say this, but your 2008 Topps Derek Jeter card isn't worth any money, even though Jeter is in the Hall of Fame. Like any business, baseball cards become valuable through supply and demand.... read more ›
Donate them to a local charity. Goodwill and similar organizations will often accept just about anything. Come up with a fair market value, take the tax deduction at the end of the year and be done with it. This is probably the most hassle-free way to unload them, although it won't net you any money.... view details ›
We get baseball cards brought into our pawnshop to sell at least once a week, with their owners hoping they've hit the jackpot and have at least one that's valuable.... see more ›
How to Look Up the Value of Baseball Cards - YouTube... see more ›
Self-grading allows collectors to get an idea of the general condition a card is actually in. They can then get a better estimate of what grade it might receive upon submission.... see more ›
PSA grading costs range anywhere from $20 per card all the way up to $10,000 per card, depending on the value of the card, the age of the card, how many cards you're submitting at one time, how fast you want the turnaround to be, and other factors.... read more ›
We all want those PSA 10's when submitting cards for grading, so it's important not to leave cards laying around where dust can accumulate and cause them to potentially grade lower and lose value.... read more ›
If you're looking to sell your late-80s and early-90s cards, you're not alone. The cards are worthless because nobody's buying. Don't blame the card shop owner for not wanting them. They won't be able to sell them, so if they take them off your hands, they're merely adding to a potential fire hazard.... continue reading ›
Some trophy shops may take them as well (if not to reuse they would at least be able to recycle the metal and wood appropriately) Thrift shops like Salvation Army, Value Village, and Goodwill take them and seem to sell them. You could also list them for free on Freecycle, Craigslist, or Kijiji.... see more ›
Donate Sports Memorabilia
Sports collectible donations to Collectibles with Causes allow you to deduct the entire sports memorabilia collection value from your taxes. Donate autographed baseball card or other autographed MLB collectibles, Basketball Autographs from the NBA, WNBA or Olympic teams.... read more ›