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Card Conduit

The easiest way to buylist your Magic cards

  1. Ship us your buylistable Magic cards.
  2. We sort and grade them, and find the best buylist price in our retailer network.
  3. You're paid the sum total, minus our 5% fee.
Millions of cards sold

Buylisting is a lot of work.
We can help.

Save Time & Effort

No need to grade, sort, or scout buylist pricing. We'll do all that work for you, and provide an itemized report of results.

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Save on Shipping Fees

Send to us in a single shipment, rather than splitting your cards into multiple shipments to buylist vendors.

Our Shipping Guide

Get the Best Buylist Price

We find optimal prices for your cards from our network of major retailers and private buyers.

Card Price Checking Tool

Epic Customer Support

From the team at Cardhoarder, we're committed to great customer service.

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“Card Conduit offers a lot of value to a fairly large group of players. Buylisting does take a lot of time and effort, and if you don't have a lot of extra time to play around with and have a decent number of cards you're looking to sell, Card Conduit seems like a very solid way to turn cards into cash with little hassle or time commitment.”

Our Services

We offer three service options for selling your Magic cards: Standard, Curated, and Sorted. The best choice for you will depend on the cards you have to sell, and how much prep work you're willing to do.

  • Our Standard Service
    Fees are 10% of total value, plus $0.03 per card.

    Send us your unsorted cards of any value.

  • Our Curated Service
    Fees are 5% of total value. No fee per card.

    Send us your unsorted cards worth $1+ buylist value.

  • Our Sorted Service
    Fees are 2% of total value. No fee per card.

    Choose cards in advance with our selection tool, and then sort them according to the list we provide.

Regardless of which option you choose:

  • We will provide a detailed report of the cards we process.
  • You'll select your choice of service when registering a shipment.
  • Check out our FAQ for more details.

Finding the best wholesale price for your cards

  • Competitive Buylisting Partners

    We check buylist prices at several large vendors, like Card Kingdom and Star City Games, as well as private vendor buylists not open to public submissions.

  • Great Value

    On average, our customers get 19% more for their collection than they would from any major retail buylist (even after our fee). This is because we find the best price for each card across multiple vendors. *based on an analysis of customer shipments against major retail buylists we work with, Sept 2021 - Jan 2022

  • Optimized for Card Condition

    Vendors have different penalties for the wear-and-tear of a card. Sometimes the vendor with the best price for a card in pristine condition would not be the best price for minor condition defects.

  • Spot-Check Our Prices

    Try our price check tool to see our current assessed value for any card.

    Card Price Check

    Collection Estimate Tool

Detailed Reporting and Transparency

We will catalog the cards you send and provide a detailed report that includes:

  • The name and set of each card
  • The wholesale value
  • Other criteria (condition, rarity)
  • Total amounts and fees
  • Spreadsheet Download Available

    Your report will be available to view on our website, and as a CSV file download.

  • Payout Options

    Receive payment via your choice of check, ACH/Direct Deposit, Zelle, or PayPal (usd).

  • Not having to to manually grade and sort the cards was also godsend. Value was what I expected and then some. 10/10 would recommend if you don't particularly know the finer details of card selling.
  • I am really pleased with the experience of dealing with CardConduit. My local store offered me 25% less for a larger batch of cards, and there were going to be hassles with their payout plan. CardConduit communicated well, paid in full on time, and generally behaved in a way that I really appreciate.
  • I took the curated option which I can definitely recommend. You do have to dig through your cards and pull out the ones that meet the price point but that's still less work than actually buylisting and finding the best deal yourself. Instead , I can rest easy knowing cardconduit found the best deal for me.
  • If felt like i might get ripped off at first, but when reviewing my order, pricing was fair and the exedience of it all was excellent.
  • Fair grading and easy process. HIGHLY recommended.
  • We had a superb experience with Card Conduit...This was SO much easier than trying to sell cards ourselves individually.
  • Super simple and stress free. Only company I trust
  • I can't think of a single thing to complain about here. This service takes in a chosen-selection at your own discretion of your built-up MTG card collection and does the heavy lifting of selling them to buylist-buyers. This is a superior method to Ebay (notwithstanding many new ebay changes that aren't as favorable to card sellers) and the turnaround time is precisely as they advertise. My first selection of cards was $200, but for future sales I'll be upping that amount as I can fully trust Card Conduit.
  • This process was extremely simple and provided me tracking and info for each step along the way. I was given one on one personal feedback about the cards I sent them and what they’re worth and got a great value without having to post everything on eBay.
  • I truly believe that the team at Card Conduit made an exemplary effort finding the best deals for my cards because guess what -more money for you means more money for them. Simple as that.
  • Card Conduit was a fantastic experience from beginning to end.
  • Blew my expectations away. Nick was super helpful in answering my litany of questions and made the submission process a breeze. The return was much higher than I anticipated.
Looking for an even easier option?
Our STANDARD SERVICE is just pack and ship, with no value requirements, and our fee is 10% assessed value plus $0.03/card.

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