If you’ve ever watched a video of someone opening vintage Pokemon cards you probably see prices in the tens of thousands of dollars popping up all over the screen and it can make the value of more recent Pokemon cards look pretty measly.
To some, they may just be colourful cardboard, but for you, Pokemon cards are collectables. And when you’re collecting something, you want to ensure they’re safe and protected to preserve their condition. You can’t start that process with cards unless you use card sleeves.
Opening a Pokemon TCG pack is always an exciting moment. You never know if you’ll get your favorite or valuable chase card until you’ve opened the pack. And as you pull the cards out and eagerly go through each one, you notice that one or more of them has a defect. What now?
Pokemon card collecting has exploded these past few years. From multimillion-dollar card sales to your average couple-of-hundred dollar price tags, the Pokemon card craze has everyone crawling through their attics to dig out their childhood collection.
If you’re a more seasoned collector of the Pokemon TCG then you may recall a time when The Pokemon Company was producing cards known as Break cards. These cards were first introduced to English cards in the cleverly named “BREAKthrough” expansion way back in November 2015.
Trying to sell your childhood Pokemon card collection can be confusing if you don’t know some key terminologies. Terms such as “1st edition” and “shadowless” are enough to make someone’s head spin if encountered without context. Thankfully, learning those terms only takes a few minutes and can save you loads of headaches.
When it comes to the Pokemon Trading Card Game (TCG), most of the cards tend to be grand and epic, featuring powerful Pokémon and awe-inspiring artwork. But every now and then, the artists get a little more creative and produce some hilariously funny cards that are sure to make players smile.
In the past years, McDonald’s has teamed up with The Pokemon Company to release a series of limited edition Pokémon trading cards. These promotional cards, featuring beloved characters from the iconic franchise, have become highly sought-after among collectors and fans alike.
If you were a child in the 90s or early 2000s, then chances are you have fond memories of collecting and trading Pokémon cards with your friends. But have you ever stopped to wonder just how many Pokémon cards there are in the world?
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