What is a free website to check Sports card resale prices?

Sports Card Prices

You can visit the Beckett.com website.You will have to subscribe for a fee of $5.95 a month, but you will be able to tap into a large data base of prices, and more. If you visit your local hobby shop, or magazine stand you should be able to find a price guide in publication.

eBay is a good place to see what collectors are currently paying for a card, and this is what the value of a card is based on. Do a completed items search on eBay for the card you are looking for. Note the condition of the card that sells as compared to the card you have. Base your price on a number auction results.

The condition of the card holds the bulk of the value. Be sure to take note if the card is graded or non-graded. Graded cards can sell as high as twice the market value or more. If your card is not graded you can not use this price as a yardstick.

You can find prices on your cards for free on WikiAnswers. To determine a value of your card ask the question providing the following important information: The year the card was issued, the company that issued the card, the player, and the card number. Note that the year the card was issued is typically the year after the last year listed on the card.


Beckett's prices are so far out of whack with reality that I would suggest saving your money for something more worthwhile. The best way to find prices is to log into your eBay.com account and do a search for completed listings of whatever sports card or cards you are looking to figure out the value of.