Type in any card or collectible here. The more descriptive, the better. For cards, try to include the full player name, year, brand name (Topps, Upper Deck, etc), and product line (Stadium Club, SP Authentic, etc). Also include key terms like "graded" or "rookie" that will help distinguish your card from other similar ones. This will work well for the majority of items. Please remember that we might not have a value for every card or collectible. Our data is pulled directly from items currently listed on eBay, SportsLizard, and hundreds of other collectibles sites. If none of them are actively selling the collectible, than we will not have any data. See our How to Value any Card or Collectible article for more help.
Check the Auto Filter box to use our proprietary technology to filter out results returned by eBay and other sites that we don't think are accurate. The Auto Filter also puts a higher weight on items that we think are the closest in relevance to what you typed in. As well as the Auto Filter works, in many instances you'll want more control over exactly what is factored into your search. Sometimes the items returned (see #8 below) will still include results you don't want. By un-checking the Auto Filter you'll bring up the Don't Include box where you can type in a list of words that you don't want included in any of the items returned. For example, if you're looking up a popular card like the 1986 Fleer Michael Jordan Rookie, you'll want to put "replica" in the Don't Include box to ensure that $1 replica cards aren't pulling the price down.
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Once you're ready to search, click the Price it button to execute the search. Please be patient, it can take a minute or two sometimes to gather and organize the data.
Our Price - this is how much we think the item that you searched for is worth. This uses our technology to determine a "value" based upon the average price the item is available for and popularity of the item (how frequently it's searched for and how often it's purchased).
Confidence - this is how confident we are in the price that we gave you. Some items (say an autographed baseball by Derek Jeter) can vary a great deal naturally and will probably have a low confidence. This just means that the item could likely be bought/sold for both less and more than Our Price. Other items naturally are pretty similar in price regardless of where you get them (say a McFarlane figure) and should have a higher confidence. If you get a low or normal confidence, you should double check your items to make sure that only the correct items are being factored into your price. If you're using the Auto Filter you can un-check the check box and manually enter a list of terms not to include. Confidence also factors in sample size, so if your search only returned a few products we won't give our price a high confidence even if each item is the exact same price.
Advanced Data - other information that may be helpful in determining the value and popularity of the item you're pricing. Average Price is the average selling price of all the items factored into Our Price. Minimum Price is the minimum selling price of all the items factored into Our Price. Maximum Price is the maximum selling price of all the items factored into Our Price. Standard Deviation is a measure of the variation among data. A low standard deviation means that most items are very similarly priced. A high standard deviation means that there is quite a bit of difference in price. The Normalized Standard Deviation is just a number from -1 to 1 that tells you how much variation there is among data. Sample Size is the number of items that were returned in your search. The more items returned, the higher likelihood for an accurate price.
This is the raw data from your price search. Each one of these items was factored into Our Price, Confidence, and the Advanced Data. If you're using the Auto Filter and there are items listed that should not be factored in, un-check the check box and use the Don't Include box to rule them out (Premium Accounts include pictures of each item to help you out, see #11 and #14 below). For example, if a search for a Derek Jeter Autographed Baseball returned a Yankee Team Signed Baseball you could factor that item out by entering Team in the Don't Include box.
My Collection - whenever you perform a search you will be able to add the item to your My Collection by clicking the "Save to My Collection" button. Once you have items in your My Collection, you can re-run the exact same price search (including filter settings) by clicking the item. To the right of the price, there are plus signs and minus signs next to any items that have gone up or down respectively between the last two searches. Click the Delete button to remove the item from your My Collection
You can export your My Collection to PDF or Microsoft Excel by clicking the appropriate icons.
You can now see images of each item. Hover over the image to enlarge it (see #14 below).
The Trends tab (only for items in My Collection) shows you a graph of the last ten times you've priced the item.
The dates and prices for the last ten times you've priced the item.
Hover over an image for an enlarged version.
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