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How Much Are My PSA Graded Pokémon Cards Worth?

It can be hard to track the value of your graded Pokémon card collection, but fortunately PSA (Professional Sports Authenticators) have made it easier to keep tabs on sold items.

If you know what card(s) you have then you can find the values in six easy steps. And for collectors who aren't as familiar with their items, we've got you covered too (see Guide 2 below).

Guide One:



Step 1 - Visit: www.PSAcard.com


Step 2 - Click on “AUCTION PRICES”. This can be found on the top bar on the website. On the mobile version of the website you’ll need to click “More” to reveal the Auction Prices link.



Step 3 - Use the search box to type the card name, set, year and/or edition. 


Step 4 - Select your desired card.

You may notice “LOTS FOUND”, this means PSA has gathered sales data for this card. However, if there are aren't any "LOTS FOUND" then the card has not been publicly sold on platforms such as eBay; meaning you could be the first!


Step 5 - You can filter the results of a specific card by the PSA grade it obtained.


Step 6 - The top of the search will reveal the most recent card sold by date and price. It's always best to take the average price the most recent three cards that have sold. If only one has sold, you can still use the price as a rough estimate of what buyers are willing to pay for your Pokémon card.


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Guide Two:

Step 1 - Visit: www.PSAcard.com


Step 2 - Click on “POP REPORT”. This can be found on the top bar on the website. On the mobile version of the website you’ll need to click “More” to reveal the Pop Report link.


Step 3 - Scroll down and click: "TCG Cards".



Step 4 - Scroll and select the year the Pokémon set was released. Most TCG cards should have the year of release in the bottom right or left corners.


Step 5 - Scroll and select the series/game your card belongs in. Additionally, you may type the set name (Skyridge, Hidden Fates etc) in the search box to speed things up.


Step 6 - Click the APR button.


Step 7 - Select your desired card.

You may notice “LOTS FOUND”, this means PSA has gathered sales data for this card. However, if there are aren't any "LOTS FOUND" then the card has not been publicly sold on platforms such as eBay; meaning you could be the first!


Step 8 - You can filter the results of a specific card by the PSA grade it obtained.


Step 9 - The top of the search will reveal the most recent card sold by date and price. It's always best to take the average price the most recent three cards that have sold. If only one has sold, you can still use the price as a rough estimate of what buyers are willing to pay for your Pokémon card.