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(02-10-2012 02:18 PM)rayeates Wrote: Tyson (wickabee): I did mention the padded envelopes in my thread, but thank you for heightening their reputation. I agree that they are far more sturdy than the bubble mailers, but at $1.70 each, I see them losing out! It would be nice if they came down in price, as I would convert quickly!
(02-10-2012 02:33 PM)wickabee Wrote: I actually started using them because the only bubble mailers I can find are 3 for $7 at Wal-Mart or the giant 8'x8' ones at Staples. When I noticed these were cheaper than anything I can find (sturdier too) I jumped on it.
(02-10-2012 02:37 PM)rayeates Wrote: You, my good man, have to get the heck out of BC then! Haha!
(02-10-2012 02:53 PM)wickabee Wrote: I did that once. This province has a way of pulling me back...or maybe Alberta didn't want a Canucks fan, haha.
(02-10-2012 03:07 PM)leadmetogreatness Wrote: have to say great tips. You can also use the dummy thick decoy cards instead of those gunkier loaders.
gunky,gunkier,gunkiest just got to love the word
(02-10-2012 01:08 PM)pens1fan Wrote: One thing that I would like to add is that everyone needs to go in and change the way their cards are marked in their organize as far as condition. Everyone knows or not, since Beckett made the last changes that cards now marked Mint 9 carry a 25% premium. So even though your cards may be mint(as I consider most of mine to be) change them to nrmt 8 or nrmt+ 8.5 so pricing will be correct, unless of course card is graded 9 or higher.