If I can't find an individual card I want I'll go with my final choice ebay. Most of the time I go to Target to get cards. I'm thinking of getting a Pokemon Heartgold Soulsilver Triumphant Prime Challenge Box off amazon because I want to start going to some tourments or something. However for booster boxes, I would recommend a local card shop because boxes online are often weighed. Sorry, but I don't want to open a new topic. But i was wondering where another really good place to buy would be. We actually offer services to any of those online shoppers that needed assistance.
You can visit our site at. Haha Generally, because it is far closer to me than any hobby shop a 2 minute drive as opposed to a 45 minute drive , I get my cards at Target. We constantly have buyers traveling around North America to make purchases. If you wanna collect older stuff then hahahhaha I mean good luck. If I can't find an individual card I want I'll go with my final choice ebay. That's pretty much it; Toy-R-Us sells them for like.
I also searched by the registers - no cards either, mostly candy, batteries, and magazines. . I even know a few video game stores that carry packs. Your use of The PokéCommunity constitutes acceptance of our and. You can order online at and pick up in store too. A subreddit for fans and players of the Pokémon Trading Card Game! In some cases we can travel to see big collections within 24 hours. I've been dealing with Dave and Adam's for years.
Though you usually won't find any packs older than a year old at Target. Well, it really depends what you're looking for. Perhaps you can give me which city and state you live in and I can look some up for you. Though you usually won't find any packs older than a year old at Target. Some stores and sellers on Amazon explicitly say they don't weigh boxes or packs. I was given some bad news today from the walmart I go to for Pokemon cards, saying they will longer carry them due to thefts in the area. There is Target but I seem to have bad luck whenever I go because they barely have anything that I want to purchase at the time of going.
This is where I've found them 99% of the time in these two stores. The best way to start off collecting a set is a booster box imo, but they're expensive. I do not understand what the issue is and i like buying from them. Sometimes I buy them at Walmart and Target whenever they first came out. There's 4 places in Montreal where I buy my Pokemon cards I'm leaving out other card places which I haven't bought from yet The closest one from my place sells boosters around 4.
These boxes, when full, come with 36 packs of 10 cards, or 360 cards total. I don't mind paying for 99¢ shipping at coolstuffinc. When it came time to sell some of my unopened boxes and cases I've stored over the years - I knew these were the guys to turn to. We can help you in buying, receiving, checking quality and international shipping. If we come to an agreement on purchasing your cards, comics, or collectibles we can arrange payment in a number of ways including cash, PayPal, and check. I buy from all of them, depending which store I'm currently at.
Plus I don't think they sell cards anymore, mainly just comics now. I'm thinking about getting back into collecting Pokemon cards, and was just curious to see where people buy them from. Please refrain from creating a new thread just to post a single link in it. I buy mine at rite ad or wallgreens when I have the money never got them at walmart or target, I'm going to check if my dallor store has pokemon cards just because they have some many trading cards. They paid me a higher price than I was offered from the other big buyers.
We've been one of the largest and most reputable buyers in the industry for over 20 years. I just buy all my booster packs, tins, theme decks and individual cards online. Most other stores just don't have the stock of older cards, or they often can't match the prices. Coolstuffinc has better prices for Neo era cards by a small margin. Note that a combination of these is usually the best way to go— relying solely on booster boxes or individual eBay scalpers is a dangerous game if you're looking to save money and there are plenty of online communities that buy, sell, and trade Pokemon cards. If you're planning on collecting all cards in a single expansion ex. From what I can tell, TnT has better prices for Base Set era cards by a small margin.