Adding photos to your listings can increase your sales on TCGplayer.com, but it’s hard to set the perfect price for one-of-a-kind items. To help you set the right prices for your listings with photos, we’ve upgraded our interface to show up-to-date market information. With the power of TCGplayer’s data at your fingertips, it’s easier than ever to sell your unique and high-value items.
When you create or edit a listing with photos, you’ll now see the following price data:
- Market Price - Estimated value of an item based on recent sales history
- Lowest Listing - Lowest price currently listed for the item on the Marketplace
- Marketplace Price - Price you’ve set for other copies of the item on TCGplayer.com
If you’re a Pro seller with separate prices online and in-store, you’ll also see:
- My Store Price - Your in-store price for other copies of the item
Price data is based on standard listings (without photos) and reflects condition, making it a great benchmark for pricing your product.
Listings with photos are great for your high-value cards. October has only just begun, but sellers this month have already used photos to sell a Sol Ring misprint for $359.99 and a Volcanic Island for $398.89. With a $50 commission fee cap on each item, you’ll get the best possible return on your rare and high-value products.
For step-by-step guidance on adding and editing your listings with photos, visit our help center. If you have questions or feedback for our team, feel free to reach out to your Customer Success Manager or submit a request.