September Monthly cards

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Is anyone selling them? I've got 5 right now I could collect that's required for Bo ans 15 pts.

Their prices are hight and thinking bout selling for collection cards.

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How would you complete the missions? Or are you saying you'd do them later when the cards are cheaper? Personally I say just flip cards on your phone while you're watching the playoffs and you can make as much as you need. Keep the cards

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I don't know how to flip.

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@Cheezy-Taters_XBL said in September Monthly cards:

I don't know how to flip.

If a card is going for 15,000 and you can put in an order for 10500, you put in the order for 10500 and sell for 14,999, after tax that is roughly a 2500 profit

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  1. Buy Low
  2. Sell High
  3. Rinse
  4. Repeat
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@eatyum_PSN said in September Monthly cards:

@Cheezy-Taters_XBL said in September Monthly cards:

I don't know how to flip.

If a card is going for 15,000 and you can put in an order for 10500, you put in the order for 10500 and sell for 14,999, after tax that is roughly a 2500 profit

A buy order or sell order?

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I only have like 13k stubs too

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@Cheezy-Taters_XBL said in September Monthly cards:

I only have like 13k stubs too

You can still make a good profit from flipping even if you only have 10k, try flipping silver or gold cards for instance until you have enough to movve on from there. Also if you havn't done so already i would play the other programs because there is a ton of stubs and great cards that you can get that way as well. Best of luck.

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@Cheezy-Taters_XBL said in September Monthly cards:

I only have like 13k stubs too

The margins are usually too tight at the beginning of the year for really juicy flipping, but by now they are great everywhere. 13K can turn into a fortune in a few days. Buy cards that are at or very, very near the QS value, so if the market crashes or something goes wrong and you end up with, like, 200 AJ Puk cards on your hands, you could just QS them all and take a minimal loss (if any loss at all).

I wouldn't be surprised if the playoff teams have some sort of event or program or exchanges, so you might want to consider buying up some cards for those teams. That's where I would start. Find a bunch of silvers that you can get at QS price and then just wait to see if they go up after the new program is released. Worst case scenario you can still make 100 stubs per flip very very easily if you're patient and paying attention to margins.

Since you only have 13K starting out, go through your binder and sell off all the duplicates that you don't need. You might be surprised that even commons and low bronzes might go for 80 or 100 or more stubs sometimes. It won't take long to double your liquid stubs so you can put your money to work a lot faster.

If you have any of the Rare Round Juicy 2 pack cards, I would sell now. They're still selling for around 80K-ish, but you can probably buy them back for half that in a couple weeks (look at the rare round Juicy 1 pack cards). If you have any other uncollected cards you're willing to sell and buy back later, that's also a good way to beef up your bankroll. I have a feeling there will be a lot of Legends of the Franchise packs in the next program or two, so you could sell of some of the ones you don't use every day and then get them back for free in a few weeks.

There are two different schools of thought when it comes to flipping: small flips at a high volume, or big flips at a small volume. I always, always, always go for the former. I would rather buy 300 uniforms at 500 stubs and sell them for a 200-300 stub profit than sweat it out trying to flip Honus Wagner for 10K per flip. On the big sales, you're constantly going in and adjusting by a stub or two and it takes forever. On the little sales, you just set it and forget it. Put in 50 buy orders for gold equipment and just go watch TV and come back in 30 minutes and all will have been filled.

Good luck, dude! Flip it like a polaroid picture. Or whatever.

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Now flip it
Into shape
Shape it up
Get straight
Go forward
Move ahead
Try to detect it
It's not too late
To flip it
Flip it good

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@SchnauzerFace_MLBTS said in September Monthly cards:

@Cheezy-Taters_XBL said in September Monthly cards:

I only have like 13k stubs too

The margins are usually too tight at the beginning of the year for really juicy flipping, but by now they are great everywhere. 13K can turn into a fortune in a few days. Buy cards that are at or very, very near the QS value, so if the market crashes or something goes wrong and you end up with, like, 200 AJ Puk cards on your hands, you could just QS them all and take a minimal loss (if any loss at all).

I wouldn't be surprised if the playoff teams have some sort of event or program or exchanges, so you might want to consider buying up some cards for those teams. That's where I would start. Find a bunch of silvers that you can get at QS price and then just wait to see if they go up after the new program is released. Worst case scenario you can still make 100 stubs per flip very very easily if you're patient and paying attention to margins.

Since you only have 13K starting out, go through your binder and sell off all the duplicates that you don't need. You might be surprised that even commons and low bronzes might go for 80 or 100 or more stubs sometimes. It won't take long to double your liquid stubs so you can put your money to work a lot faster.

If you have any of the Rare Round Juicy 2 pack cards, I would sell now. They're still selling for around 80K-ish, but you can probably buy them back for half that in a couple weeks (look at the rare round Juicy 1 pack cards). If you have any other uncollected cards you're willing to sell and buy back later, that's also a good way to beef up your bankroll. I have a feeling there will be a lot of Legends of the Franchise packs in the next program or two, so you could sell of some of the ones you don't use every day and then get them back for free in a few weeks.

There are two different schools of thought when it comes to flipping: small flips at a high volume, or big flips at a small volume. I always, always, always go for the former. I would rather buy 300 uniforms at 500 stubs and sell them for a 200-300 stub profit than sweat it out trying to flip Honus Wagner for 10K per flip. On the big sales, you're constantly going in and adjusting by a stub or two and it takes forever. On the little sales, you just set it and forget it. Put in 50 buy orders for gold equipment and just go watch TV and come back in 30 minutes and all will have been filled.

Good luck, dude! Flip it like a polaroid picture. Or whatever.

I would say there are three schools of thought. My style of flipping is 1.5k-3.5 k at medium volume lol

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@bimblekay_PSN said in September Monthly cards:

Now flip it
Into shape
Shape it up
Get straight
Go forward
Move ahead
Try to detect it
It's not too late
To flip it
Flip it good

Devo reference? LOL

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@Cheezy-Taters_XBL said in September Monthly cards:

Is anyone selling them? I've got 5 right now I could collect that's required for Bo ans 15 pts.

Their prices are hight and thinking bout selling for collection cards.

Like the others said you can flip cards and make a quick profit. Just about every card on the market has a decent profit margin. Also look through your inventory and sell all duplicates you might have. You can see if you have any sponsorships,uniforms,equipment,etc you might not want or need and sell those too. I just wouldn’t sell the monthly awards cards. There’s some really good cards in this program. Plus you’ll get collections done eventually. With all the good cards in the game your team will be just as good without the collection cards for now.

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@the_dragon1912 said in September Monthly cards:

@SchnauzerFace_MLBTS said in September Monthly cards:

@Cheezy-Taters_XBL said in September Monthly cards:

I only have like 13k stubs too

The margins are usually too tight at the beginning of the year for really juicy flipping, but by now they are great everywhere. 13K can turn into a fortune in a few days. Buy cards that are at or very, very near the QS value, so if the market crashes or something goes wrong and you end up with, like, 200 AJ Puk cards on your hands, you could just QS them all and take a minimal loss (if any loss at all).

I wouldn't be surprised if the playoff teams have some sort of event or program or exchanges, so you might want to consider buying up some cards for those teams. That's where I would start. Find a bunch of silvers that you can get at QS price and then just wait to see if they go up after the new program is released. Worst case scenario you can still make 100 stubs per flip very very easily if you're patient and paying attention to margins.

Since you only have 13K starting out, go through your binder and sell off all the duplicates that you don't need. You might be surprised that even commons and low bronzes might go for 80 or 100 or more stubs sometimes. It won't take long to double your liquid stubs so you can put your money to work a lot faster.

If you have any of the Rare Round Juicy 2 pack cards, I would sell now. They're still selling for around 80K-ish, but you can probably buy them back for half that in a couple weeks (look at the rare round Juicy 1 pack cards). If you have any other uncollected cards you're willing to sell and buy back later, that's also a good way to beef up your bankroll. I have a feeling there will be a lot of Legends of the Franchise packs in the next program or two, so you could sell of some of the ones you don't use every day and then get them back for free in a few weeks.

There are two different schools of thought when it comes to flipping: small flips at a high volume, or big flips at a small volume. I always, always, always go for the former. I would rather buy 300 uniforms at 500 stubs and sell them for a 200-300 stub profit than sweat it out trying to flip Honus Wagner for 10K per flip. On the big sales, you're constantly going in and adjusting by a stub or two and it takes forever. On the little sales, you just set it and forget it. Put in 50 buy orders for gold equipment and just go watch TV and come back in 30 minutes and all will have been filled.

Good luck, dude! Flip it like a polaroid picture. Or whatever.

I would say there are three schools of thought. My style of flipping is 1.5k-3.5 k at medium volume lol

@the_dragon1912 said in September Monthly cards:

@SchnauzerFace_MLBTS said in September Monthly cards:

@Cheezy-Taters_XBL said in September Monthly cards:

I only have like 13k stubs too

The margins are usually too tight at the beginning of the year for really juicy flipping, but by now they are great everywhere. 13K can turn into a fortune in a few days. Buy cards that are at or very, very near the QS value, so if the market crashes or something goes wrong and you end up with, like, 200 AJ Puk cards on your hands, you could just QS them all and take a minimal loss (if any loss at all).

I wouldn't be surprised if the playoff teams have some sort of event or program or exchanges, so you might want to consider buying up some cards for those teams. That's where I would start. Find a bunch of silvers that you can get at QS price and then just wait to see if they go up after the new program is released. Worst case scenario you can still make 100 stubs per flip very very easily if you're patient and paying attention to margins.

Since you only have 13K starting out, go through your binder and sell off all the duplicates that you don't need. You might be surprised that even commons and low bronzes might go for 80 or 100 or more stubs sometimes. It won't take long to double your liquid stubs so you can put your money to work a lot faster.

If you have any of the Rare Round Juicy 2 pack cards, I would sell now. They're still selling for around 80K-ish, but you can probably buy them back for half that in a couple weeks (look at the rare round Juicy 1 pack cards). If you have any other uncollected cards you're willing to sell and buy back later, that's also a good way to beef up your bankroll. I have a feeling there will be a lot of Legends of the Franchise packs in the next program or two, so you could sell of some of the ones you don't use every day and then get them back for free in a few weeks.

There are two different schools of thought when it comes to flipping: small flips at a high volume, or big flips at a small volume. I always, always, always go for the former. I would rather buy 300 uniforms at 500 stubs and sell them for a 200-300 stub profit than sweat it out trying to flip Honus Wagner for 10K per flip. On the big sales, you're constantly going in and adjusting by a stub or two and it takes forever. On the little sales, you just set it and forget it. Put in 50 buy orders for gold equipment and just go watch TV and come back in 30 minutes and all will have been filled.

Good luck, dude! Flip it like a polaroid picture. Or whatever.

I would say there are three schools of thought. My style of flipping is 1.5k-3.5 k at medium volume lol

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