Monday, May 16, 2011

Yu-Gi-Oh! - The world's most popular TCG

You guys remember playing with pokemon, yu-gi-oh and magic cards?
I was also totally into it!

But i decided to make my hobby to money.. ok at least i tried.

When i became 18 i signed an official trade licence and opened an ebay account.
I buy up to 96 displays of every new released series and sell every single card on ebay. This is a lot of work, but it makes some money.

Here is the proof vid:

49 comments:

  1. Smart, Atleast you're makin money!

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  2. lol that game is pretty expensive

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  3. Storm of Rag is the new series eh?

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  4. Nostalgia'd. I remember being younger, everyone I knew was crazy for yu-gi-oh stuff. ahhh... the good ol` days

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  5. u guise still have your cards ? :D what was your deck theme?

    mine is/was zombie^^

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  6. Quickdraw Dandy Warrior...yeah, I build the deck entirely because of the name...well that and "Super Nimble Mega Hamster" I mean, how can you NOT like that.
    Oh, I miss last banlist already.

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  7. I remember playing this when i was young, never was as good as pokemon!

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  8. I remember this children's card game. The show was pretty cool too. Now isn't it all about card games on motorcycles?

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  9. Dude I used to do tornaments for this. And as much as I prefer this, I still say magic is more popular sadly...

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  10. I was thinking of buying blanks and then printing out the most expensive cards and making guap on Ebay...I'm probably gonna do that this summer actually :)

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  11. Much to my shame, I used to actually collect these cards :(

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  12. I love collecting cards. What kind of money you talking about? Whats your ebay link?

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  13. Excellent blog, those things look quite expensive man.

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  14. Good blog, thanks for the video proof!

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  15. Awesome idea I should find my old pokemon cards and sell them. Thanks!

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  16. Awesome vid, you have a great blog here keep it up.
    Followed!

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  17. suddenly nostalgia everywhere. I was more into Pokemon TCG myself but I def. remember waching YuhGiOh on TV XD

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  18. Sweet! Sounds like an interesting way to make cash!

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  19. Just found this blog! I'm following! great work!

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  20. these make me remember the pokemon trading cards

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  21. Yu-Gi-Oh is a tad bit too confusing for me nowadays. Haha. What in the heck are synchros?! And how is it possible to special summon a gazillion monster cards on the field in such an easy way? Haha

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  22. Good way of making a little bit of extra cash!

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  23. Nostalgia'd.
    Good luck for your new blog.

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  24. Red Eyes black dragon was so underratted

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  25. keep it up if thats what u enjoy doing

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  26. Nice post, keep up the good work!

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  27. I used to love yu gi oh lol Nice blog! +follow

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  28. People still play the card games?

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  29. yu gi oh is kinda for kids isnt it? i dont know man i dont know if i should try it

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  30. I played a lot with them too, but I'll be keeping all my cards as youth memories :) even though I could probably get 100's of euro's by selling them

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  31. Wow I wasted so much money on yu gi oh haha... anyways I ended up selling a lot of my cards and got a lot of my money back.

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  32. Great post! I like your blog!

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  33. Used to looove watching the cartoon when I was younger ;>

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  34. wooooooow, i remember when i was young and i played it

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  35. this is actually epic how u did this!

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  36. Still have my old cards! Great game!

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  37. Damn son, this is the kind of thing I always talked about when I was younger.

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  38. When I was servicing this guys car at work, he had about 20 what looked like real rare cards. I have a photo...

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  39. Das hab ich mal mit Pokèmon-Karten gemacht, hat nicht ganz so toll funktioniert, damals so 99-01
    bin aber +/- 0 rausgekommen hab noch tausende Karten aus der 1. Edition. Naja vieleicht sind die ja in 20 jahren noch was wert oder ein guter Brandbeschleuniger ;).
    Hoffe Kommentare auf deutsch sind Ok?

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  40. klar sind deutsche kommentare okey^^

    ich glaube damals war noch nicht so der markt dafür da, in ebay haben nur vereinzelnt leute eingekauft. heute ersetzt es für viele ja den gang zum supermarkt.

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  41. Yu-gi-oh might as well be a foreign language to me, seriously. I understand making money though, so congrats to you!

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  42. You know what I don't get? In the show, it's called Duel Monsters. Yu-Gi-Oh! is the same thing as Duel Monsters, same rules, same cards, same thing. So, why do we call it Yu-Gi-Oh! cards and not Duel Monsters?

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