Trading Card Database

Trading Card Database: Work on Your Collection AND TRADE!

Joining Trading Card Database is free, easy and this is the perfect time!  The world is crazy right now.  It’s a great time to trade cards.  You may be stuck at home by the government.  You may be on a card buying hiatus.  Perhaps both are true.  Most collectors flock straight to eBay, but there are many other options and Trading Card Database is one of the best.

Trading Card Database
Trading Card Database

It feels like more collectors are very unorganized than actually are organized.  So, why not use Trading Card Database now to update and/or organize your collection?  If you’re on a buying freeze but can afford to mail a few things now and then, you could use their trade manager.

I’m not as active as I once was, but I had nothing but positive experiences on the site.  I completed over 50 trades.  I’ve also seen on my Twitter feed that more and more collectors look to be joining the site, or have asked questions about the site.

Ian Badeer replied to one such tweet with a video he made about using the site.  With his approval, I’m sharing it here for others.  In addition to checking out the video, make sure to “like” it by giving a thumbs up and subscribe to his channel.

Follow Ian on Twitter:  @IanBadeer
Ian’s profile on TCDB: DyeHardFan
Visit Ian’s Card Website:

Follow Trading Card Database on Twitter:  @tradingcarddb

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If you shop online and haven’t signed up and used ebates yet, you’re missing out on FREE MONEY.  I also use it on eBay to get money back from purchases there.  Between referrals and cash back, I’ve gotten over $360 since I joined in October 2016 between purchases and referrals.  FREE CARDS!

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