Question by  James46 (12)

Who sets trading card pricing?


Answer by  Jason80 (99)

While there are guides out there that list card prices such as Beckkets, generally card prices are set by the demand in the market. The demand is usually affected by how well the player on the card is doing or how well a player did in his career.


Answer by  Jayomac (44)

Trading card prices are based on supply and demand. The more rare a card is the more it will be worth. Likewise, the more common, the less value it has.


Answer by  sailoryue (853)

theres first the base price that hte manufacturers set for their venders, and then its up to the venders to set their own price to make profit.

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