How to Make Money Selling Pokemon Cards

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The origin of Pokemon began in 1996 and has grown to include video games, animation, trading cards and tournaments. Kids from around the world learn math, thinking skills and sportsmanship while playing Pokemon. The popularity of Pokemon led to the development of the Pokemon Trading Game. There are more than 1,000 cards that players can choose from, with new cards released each year. Lucrative opportunities exists for people who want to make money selling Pokemon cards to both players and collectors.

  • Get a website to showcase your Pokemon cards. Your website will allow you to categorize your trading cards and create pages that are for specific Pokemon themes. A website will serve as your online store and will give you an opportunity to make money selling Pokemon cards around the globe. Promoting the address of your website will increase your number of page views. As more people visit your website to buy Pokemon cards, you will increase your earnings potential.

  • Sell Pokemon cards on Ebay and Craigslist. These internet powerhouses supply massive traffic and can complement the online sales on your website. Entrepreneurs use various channels to make money online. Craigslist will allow you to list and sell Pokemon cards at a fixed price. With Ebay you also have the option to auction your cards to the highest bidder.

  • Attend trade shows or flea markets. Collectors of trading cards often buy and sell their items at trade shows and may visit flea markets to search for bargains. These venues will provide you a forum to make money selling your Pokemon cards and could provide resources to acquire more cards.

  • Rent a kiosk in a busy shopping mall. Using a small kiosk or display booth may generate sales from buyers that are interested in Pokemon cards. Providing your customers with excellent service and information about Pokemon cards could lead to repeat business. This will help you earn more money as the traffic for your Pokemon stand increases.

Tips & Warnings

  • Visit the Pokemon website and select "Trading Card Game" to find information about your cards in the trading card database.

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