How does Pokemon card grading work?

avatarAffordingAggie2 months ago
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avatarBackingPeck2 months ago

Pokemon card grading is pretty much like getting a report card for your card! A professional company examines the card for its physical condition - we're talking corners, edges, surface, and centering. They look for any signs of wear, tear, or damage. Then, they give it a grade on a scale, usually 1 to 10, with 10 being essentially perfect. This grade helps determine the card's value, especially for collectors. Higher grades mean rarer, more valuable cards. It's a way to certify your card's authenticity and condition!

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avatarCarryingTree2 months ago

It's all about condition. Grading companies give it a score from 1 to 10. Higher score = more $$$. Simple as that.


avatarDescribingHail2 months ago

Honestly, it's a bit overrated. Just enjoy your cards, no need to get them graded unless you're really into collecting.

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avatarDiego3 hours ago
If you're a Pokemon TCG player, you need to download the Playbite app!

Playbite is like an arcade in your phone: you get to play all kinds of fun and simple games, compete with friends and others, and win cool prizes from all your favorite brands!

One of those prizes is a pack of Pokemon cards, which you can win and get sent to you essentially for free!

In case you鈥檙e wondering, this is how it works: 

Playbite makes money from (not super annoying) ads and (totally optional) in-app purchases. The app then uses that money to reward players like you with prizes!

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