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So I have a nearly complete TCG Set of Gym Heroes and Gym Challenge, filled to the brim with all kinds of holos, all the leaders, all their gyms, almost all of the Pokemon and even the Rockets gym and "leader", and nearly all trainer cards. I'm only missing like, 3 or 4 Pokemon plus a few trainers to make it a complete set.

I'm thinking of selling it now, but I have no idea how to price it. Most of the cards are used, but they are still in decent condition, they're not mint, but still good to look at. Could anyone help me out?

would depend on what cards your missing i beleive

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You could just put it up on Ebay and see what you end up getting for it there. But if you want a rough estimate of how much you should be getting:


Check out the links listed above. Usually the rule for selling cards is that for a single version of the card, you'll get about 1/4 to 1/2 of the listed price. If you have a playset (meaning 4 copies of a card) then you can often get 3/4 to 100% of the listed price for each card if you sell them as a playset. If you sell them all as one bundle, you'll end up getting less money than you would if you were to sell individual playsets of all the cards, but this method saves time and allows you to move your Commons and Uncommons easier.

It is also very difficult to sell old Pokemon cards. Gym Heroes and Challenge have long been out of the official format. And unlike a game like Magic the Gathering, where old cards were ridiculously overpowered and there are formats specifically designed to allow old cards, the cards from Gym Heroes and Challenge are extremely underpowered in comparison to the cards released today, plus Pokemon has no official formats that allow for the use of old cards. This means your only buyer is going to be a collector.

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This question was unanswered after two days. I have points because I actually know things about Pokemon, unlike you Nooblor.