Breaking Down Our Formula-Based Sports Card Rankings!

In this episode of The Overflow Show, we help premium members make money flipping sports cards. We talk using 'The Formula' to find high upside investment opportunities and how they're ranked at, more PSA/eBay merger details, and investing in WNBA fliers.

Additionally, Paul shares info on selling a Puka /10, and gives his thoughts on top brands to buy for those entering the hobby looking to have some fun

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  1. Ian Trott on April 20, 2024 at 2:39 am

    Love the Overflow Show. I’ve learned so much about flipping cards from these episodes and the Sports Card School. I mean the entire experience so far has been one BIG eye opener learning experience for me and my card selling inventory/PC. Thank you, Paul and Connor! 👏👏👏

    • Paul Hickey on April 20, 2024 at 5:45 am

      Thanks so much Ian! This really means a lot. So glad that you love our content and find it helpful! 🙂

  2. Brendan Lindgren on April 20, 2024 at 9:02 am

    Thanks for the show!
    – Regarding the vault, I mostly agree with what you said, but it still feels like an L. I was buying graded GOATs for $250 and selling them for $300 as BINs, which was an easy $50 profit if you picked the right cards. At 14%, that now eats up the entire profit. They had said they would add fees, but what they had floated out there was a 3% fee, and I was prepping for it to be even a bit higher. I never thought this would go above 10% and I see no reason why PSA should be charging 14% when other high-volume companies like Probstein and COMC I believe do this for 5% or less. As of right now, I think it’s a small W mixed with a big L. Hopefully once PSA gets their vault ramped they can drop those fees to make this a bigger W.

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