Getting sick of trying to trade your MTG cards, but nothing ever materializes? So was I. People would look through my binder, but cards would never trade hands. One day I started moving cards around in my trade binder, and suddenly, trading cards was made easier.
Here is what I do to make sure my MTG Trade binder is order so that MTG cards switch hands more often than not!
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I have the problem that I want to trade with people but I know starting a binder just wouldnt be worth. I started at Ixalan and rarely buy packs or anything, I bought 2 deckbuilding toolkits und often buy singles. If I am lucky in around 100 cards there are 2-3 cards with 1$ or more value, 90% is below 1 $. In my ideal world the other person has the no value commons and uncommons i need for commander decks, wich they trade for my no-values. Should I actually start a binder??
well here is a question I am a newish player and i literally just have one of those 100+ duobal sleeve ultimate guard deck boxes with all my ixland stuff since i joined in ixalan i literally only have 2 foil commons, 1 foil uncommon and 45 unfoil uncommons, 11 rares and a mythic. I know most of it is worthless however where do i draw the line of worth? at £1? £2? £5? and what value is it actually worth putting in a binder.
Never seen anyone not want to look through a binder no matter how beat up. Yeah, it's better to look through a nice binder but I don't care if someone plops a shoe box in front of me, I'm gonna look. Never know what treasures there are.
I've organized my binder by color to artifacts to lands, (not by rarity though, but most uncommons/commons are usually left at home) but I'm guilty of having cards in there that I'm not willing to trade and are literally just a spot for holding them, because I only have 1 binder and no where else to put dual lands and expeditions that I'm collecting.
I've wondered in the past if I should get another one, but I don't play standard or modern and don't even have enough cards to fill my 1 binder, let alone two. I usually buy singles and not sealed boxes so I don't have boxes and boxes of cards lying around.
This probably why I rarely complete trades cuz I simply don't have any cards, but eh.
+Wiseley T yeah, I've transitioned off buying boxes, as a result, I rarely have traders from after Fate Reforged. I'm lucky that the boxes that I ended up buying a ton of now have modern applications so that there is still a fairly high demand. Your organizing is a pretty effective one. If you don't have multiple binders, you can always try putting your untradeables at the back?
Great tips, I also cut out of my trade binder any cards I believe will soon spike up in price (chase rares), if not then it's for trades, that way when someone wants a card it's always a resounding yes, less friction will give us more successful trades like you mention.
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