Rare and Promotional Top Trumps and the year they came out.
Tips on selling Top Trumps and card games in general.
This was revised on 20th September, then on 22nd September 2007
july 08: GUIDE OUT OF DATE.
The Ultimate Pack Black 2004 Promo
The Ultimate Pack Red 2003 Promo
Cool Brandleaders 2003 Promo
Angela Anaconda 2001
Firebox.com (2000) 2000 Promo
Firebox.com (2003) 2003 Promo
Porsche Cars 1999
Turbo Cars 1999
Exotic Cars 1999
Racing Trucks 1999
Autocar 2001 Promo
Drive Days 2001 Pomo
Movie Stars (By FilmFlex) 2007 Promo
Man. U. Busby Babes 2006 Promo
Helicopters 2006 Promo
MixxIt 2006 Promo
Heroes Of Scottish Football 2007 Promo
McDonalds Animal Pack 2007 Promo
Budweiser Packs 200? Promo
Is A Win On The Cards?: Budweiser 200? Promo
Extreme Snowboarders 2001
Gumball 3000 Rally 2000
Motorbikes And Scooters 2001
Sports Cars 2001
Celtic FC 2001
Rangers FC 2001
Creepy Crawlies 2002 Promo
The Ashes 2005
Politicos 2007 Promo
Eco-Vehicles 2007 Promo
Packs with a £20+ value means they could possibly achieve a lot more than just £20. I have done it with a £20+ even if it is worth a lot more, as anything over this amount I consider quite a lot.
These are only what I think you should be achieving/paying for these packs if you sell/buy them on Ebay in good condition; based on what they have been fetching recently.
I give these packs the no. of stars they are worth due to how often and how much they are on Ebay. The price they are given is around how much they go on Ebay over a period of time.
Here are some tips to people who are thinking of selling any Top Trumps:
Don't start the bidding at a too higher price as people may be put off, but if they want it; they'll bid for it.
Watch other Top Trumps like yours and see how high they reach, base your starting price on that.
Remember you'll get more if the pack is sealed. If cards have been played with a lot, they de-value.
In the item description, state exactly how many playing cards there are, and exactly how many non-playing cards there are. People don't like receiving a pack, and finding out a card/s is missing, which they were not aware of. Also, always say in the item description if a card is missing.
It may be a good idea to take a few pictures of the pack you are selling, just so people know exactly what they are bidding on.
You are most likely (but not always) to get no bids if the title card is missing. Remember, if somone buys the pack to 'play with', then they won't be so fussed if the title card is missing, but if a collector buys them, it matters a lot. In my opinion, the title card is just as important, if not more, as the playing cards.
Generally, (except Angela Anaconda and a few others) promotional packs are worth more than normal packs released in shops.
BUT MOST OF ALL, REMEMBER PEOPLE WILL ONLY PAY WHAT THEY WANT TO PAY FOR YOUR ITEM; AND NO PACK REALLY HAS A DEFINITE SELLING PRICE.
Thanks for looking, and I hope this helps.