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eBay makes it easy for you to sell Pokémon cards

 eBay makes it easy for you to sell Pokémon cards

eBay has announced a new addition to its Switch app, so that you will be able to scan trading cards from popular games such as Pokémon, Magic: The Gathering, and Yu-Gi-Oh! To sell them more easily via the auction site.

eBay makes it easy for you to sell Pokémon cards

The card's new scanning feature is supposed to arrive at the end of April, but it only supports Magic: The Gathering upon launch.

Support for Pokémon and Yu-Gi-Oh! Cards are being added in May, with sports cards and other tradable card games on the agenda for later in the year.

With the new scanning option, resellers can scan the card, at which point eBay uses the card's details, such as its name, the group it comes from, its type, and its rarity, to help create the list automatically.

Sellers are still required to add additional information, such as: physical card photos, their condition, selling price, and any other details.

The automatic selection process should make it easy for vendors to create listings.

The company says: You can manually insert a card in about half the time it takes to manually launch the card for sale online.

In addition to the new scanning feature, eBay is adding some other improvements to the trading card buying process for both sellers and buyers.

Sellers will no longer have to offer an option to return purchases in order to qualify for the eBay Top-Rated Seller Program.

The company is working on reviewing the Buyer Protection Policy for Trading Cards to improve buyers and sellers in the current market.

  • The demand for trading cards, especially Pokémon cards, is increasing at the present time, and the number of people looking to make a large profit is increasing to the point that the rating company PSA has had to suspend transmissions while it is operating due to the backlog.

Given this popularity, it is not surprising that eBay is looking to make it easier for sellers to use the platform to sell their cards.

And if you are not interested in buying and selling cards on eBay, the feature may not seem useful to you, but until you realize how many cards are listed on eBay every day, last year people registered more than 41 million new cards through the platform, with an increase of 119 cards. Every minute.