What is a Pokemon Card Consignment?

A Pokemon card consignment is a process where a collector or seller entrusts their Pokemon cards to a third-party seller or Marketplace to sell on their behalf. The third-party seller will take the cards and offer them for sale, usually through online marketplaces or live auctions.


In a consignment arrangement, the seller retains ownership of the cards until they are sold, and the third-party seller earns a commission or fee based on the sale price. The commission selling through Kanto Shark ranges from 12% to 20% of the sale price, depending on the terms of the consignment agreement.


Consignment can be a useful option for collectors or sellers who want to sell their Pokemon cards but do not have the time or expertise to market and sell them themselves. It can also be a good option for high-value or rare cards, as a reputable third-party seller can help ensure that the cards are properly authenticated, graded, and marketed to potential buyers.


However, it’s important to do your research and choose a trustworthy and reputable third-party seller or auction house to handle your consignment. Look for sellers with a proven track record of success, transparent fees and terms, and good customer service. You should also make sure that you have a clear consignment agreement that outlines the terms of the arrangement, including the commission fee, payment schedule, and any other relevant details.

Kanto Shark has been in business for over 3 years and have been in the hobby for a decade. We believe in listing all items as buy it now style to ensure full purchase price at market value and to maximize profits for you and us! Email us with any inquiries you may have. To sell your cards through the Kanto Shark Marketplace, please visit the link below:

https://www.kantoshark.com/sell

Sales@KantoShark.com

https://www.kantoshark.com

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