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  1. What To Do if You Get a Damaged Card in a Card Break
    What To Do if You Get a Damaged Card in a Card Break

    Trading cards have always been popular, but their popularity has skyrocketed in the last decade or so. More people are getting involved and buying packs and boxes left and right. There’s also been some development of new and unique ways to open cards, such as card breaks. It’s a fun way to get a lot of people excited about opening cards, but there are also negative possibilities, such as damaged cards. If you continue reading, you can learn what to do if you get a damaged card in a card break.

    What Is a Card Break?

    First, you must understand what a card break is and how it works. You can buy a pack of cards or a box of packs, but depending on the rarity of the cards, these packs and boxes may be incredibly expensive. Some avid collectors purchase cards this way, but the average collector will need to join a card break. Card breaks involve one person or business buying an entire box of cards, like we do at JRI Cards. From that point, other collectors can “buy in” a spot

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  2. 10 of the Most Expensive Basketball Trading Cards
    10 of the Most Expensive Basketball Trading Cards

     

    In the world of sports, many different trading cards are going around. There are a few classic and rare football and baseball cards, but people tend to underestimate the worth of basketball cards. Collectors are still trading these valuable cards like hotcakes, and their value is shooting through the roof. Read on to learn more about 10 of the most expensive basketball trading cards of all time!

    1980-1981 Topps Scoring Leader Card

    Last year, this card sold for $840,000 at the Goldin Auctions. There are many scoring leader

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  3. The Pros and Cons of Buying Raw vs. Graded Card Packs
    The Pros and Cons of Buying Raw vs. Graded Card Packs
    When starting your trading card collection, you need to know what to look for. Here are the pros and cons of buying raw versus graded card packs.
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  4. Sports Card Breaks: An Intro to How They Work
    Sports Card Breaks: An Intro to How They Work

    Are you a little confused when you hear terms like “cracking a pack”? Don’t worry—this is the place to be. Read here to learn about sports card breaks.

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  5. 10 of the Most Valuable Hockey Cards of All Time
    10 of the Most Valuable Hockey Cards of All Time
    Have you ever wanted to make tons of cash in a single sale? Of course you have—you collect sports cards! Here are some hockey cards that did the trick.
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  6. What To Look for When Buying Vintage Hockey Cards
    What To Look for When Buying Vintage Hockey Cards

    All sports cards have a few key factors that determine their value. Read on to learn what you should look for when buying vintage hockey cards.

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  7. Why You Should Get Your Vintage Basketball Cards Graded
    Why You Should Get Your Vintage Basketball Cards Graded

    Gone are the school days when getting grades was a nightmare—now, it’s a part of your favorite hobby! Read on to learn the importance of card grades.

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  8. What Are the Most Valuable Football Trading Cards?
    What Are the Most Valuable Football Trading Cards?

    While American football may be a newer sport than baseball, that doesn’t make it any less popular! Football is the most-watched sport in the U.S.; that interest translates to trading cards. With trading cards from the first days of football all the way to today fetching high prices on the card market, you may be wondering about the most valuable football trading cards.

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  9. Why Are Rookie Cards Worth More Than Other Cards?
    Why Are Rookie Cards Worth More Than Other Cards?

    Imagine finding Babe Ruth’s rookie card when going through the items in your grandmother’s basement. You know it’s valuable, but why is a rookie card worth so much?

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  10. Why Graded, Unsearched, and Sealed Packs Are the Way To Go
    Why Graded, Unsearched, and Sealed Packs Are the Way To Go

    Everyone has heard of card grading, but what about pack grading? Keep reading and discover why graded, unsearched, and sealed packs are the way to go.

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