NASCAR is one of the most popular sports in the United States, and fans of automobile racing love collecting memorabilia relating to that sport. NASCAR trading cards are available through card stores, memorabilia shops and a number of other sources. Selling certain cards helps fans fund their trips to the races.
Before selling a single card, collectors need to know the value of their cards. The Beckett Racing Cards Price Guide lists every card available with a range of prices based on condition. After subscribing to the magazine, collectors have full access to the online system, which displays card values, the hottest cards currently available and the cards that recently dropped in value. According to the Cardboard Connection, eBay and Craigslist are good places to sell sports cards. Sellers can set their own prices and reach thousands of buyers at one time. When listing items online, sellers must list the condition of the card, offer the card at a realistic price and write a clear and concise listing. Those looking to sell a large collection of NASCAR trading cards will find sports memorabilia and card shops helpful. Those shops will typically buy any card if the shop owner can sell that card for a profit.