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3 comments on Brainstormbrewery #247: Meowloro
Just got the the question about buying and selling things at your LGS when they are out of stock. What my LGS does is, if they are out of stock, they tend to offer close to full price in store credit for the card on the spot so they can fill the order. I have taken advantage of this multiple times getting full retail in store credit for cards that otherwise would be $0.50-$1.00 on the buylist. I get more for my card, the store makes money they otherwise wouldn’t have by being able to sell the card, and the customer gets all the singles he needed. Everyone is happy
Pretty sure the Coldsnap precon cards were only valuable b/c they offered Ice Age art of Brainstorm & StP in new frames but i could be wrong. Can’t see why Beatdown ones would be worth anything, unless I’m misunderstanding Jason’s point. (Probably)