Since being founded in 1998, Professional Sports Authenticator (PSA) has graded millions of baseball cards. Their strict guidelines and attention to detail have made them into one of the most respected grading companies in the world. PSA 9 and 10 graded cards often sell at a much higher price than non-graded cards. The most expensive PSA graded baseball card ever sold was the 1909-11 T206 Honus Wagner McNall Gretzky baseball card. The card was a PSA 8 and sold for $2.7 million dollars in 2007.
When collectors submit their cards to PSA for grading, they often end up on Ebay a little while later. In order to attract more bidders, sellers often start an auction off with a very low opening bid (sometimes $0.01 or $0.99). It's a very common strategy, but it doesn't always produce a high selling price. In fact, with the countless number of PSA graded baseball cards listed every day, many auctions go completely unnoticed and never even come close to reaching there full potential. As a seller, it can be a bit frustrating, but as a BUYER, IT'S A GOLD MINE!!!
The key to taking advantage of this is pretty simple. Find the auctions that are ENDING RIGHT NOW and placing the WINNING BID right before the auction closes. It's kind of like being in the bottom of the ninth and the winning runner is on third base. All you have to do to win the game is get a base hit! Place the winning bid on auctions ENDING RIGHT NOW!
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Labels: Professional Sports Authenticators, PSA DNA, PSA Gem Mint 10, PSA Graded Baseball Cards