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August 30, 2011, 05:57:16 AM
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If you are looking for MtG cards (singles, packs, boxes, and accessories) visit www.ABUgames.com.  They have a huge selection of every magic product ever made, fast shipping, excellent customer service, and very favorable BTC exchange rates.
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August 30, 2011, 06:11:25 AM
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Would you buy MtG cards back for BTC? I have a collection from 2010, Zendicar, Shards of Alara and one other (either Conflux or Alara Reborn), plus a lot of spares. I'm looking to dump my MtG card collection. I can put together an inventory if you need it. All cards are kept in binders, or in plastic sleeves and are in mint condition. In the binders, they are ordered by number in the series, and a binder for each series. No series is fully complete so there are some missing cards. Also, to make things easier for deck building, I had organized the cards in such a way that no more than 4 cards occupy the same slot. Extras are in a card box in plastic sleeves.

I enjoyed building the collection, but I haven't played it much and don't have time to do so, so I would like to dump them off for BTC if possible.

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August 30, 2011, 06:12:45 AM
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Would you buy MtG cards back for BTC? I have a collection from 2010, Zendicar, Shards of Alara and one other (either Conflux or Alara Reborn), plus a lot of spares. I'm looking to dump my MtG card collection. I can put together an inventory if you need it. All cards are kept in binders, or in plastic sleeves and are in mint condition. In the binders, they are ordered by number in the series, and a binder for each series. No series is fully complete so there are some missing cards. Also, to make things easier for deck building, I had organized the cards in such a way that no more than 4 cards occupy the same slot. Extras are in a card box in plastic sleeves.

I enjoyed building the collection, but I haven't played it much and don't have time to do so, so I would like to dump them off for BTC if possible.

If you'd allow me to, I could sell them on consignment for BitCard. We're always looking for magic cards.
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August 30, 2011, 06:16:53 AM
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Forgive my ignorance, but what is BitCard?

Also, PM me if you can about it. I'm off to bed and won't have time to get to it until possibly Thursday.

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August 30, 2011, 06:21:15 AM
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PM'd you and apologies to the origional thread poster for the hijack.
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August 30, 2011, 07:26:54 PM
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Would you buy MtG cards back for BTC?

For now, ABUgames only sells cards for Bitcoin but they do buy cards for USD.  They've only been accepting Bitcoin for the last two months, but so far, very few people have used it.  If more customers started paying with bit, I imagine they would gladly start issuing buylist payments in bit as well.
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