Are sports cards making a run as we turn the calendar to March? Let’s see if the crack of spring training bats, the promise of an exciting March Madness, the push to the NBA Playoffs and the return to the high-flying Formula 1 grid ignites the sports card market. From our perspective, card shows have been hot and we’ve been traveling to as many as we can on the weekends. Why? They’re the place for deals.
- Take 1: New Rules = Excitement for Baseball and Collecting
- Take 2: Going Crazy for Bowman Chrome University
- Take 3: Card & Market Trends: SX100 Sports Card Index
- Take 4: F1 Returns to Grid and Topps Chrome ’22 Accelerates
- Take 5: Who’s Hot / Who’s Not
- Looking ahead: Shows, product releases
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- All market data in this report is from Card Ladder. Card Ladder is an independent, third-party partner of SlabStox, providing card collectors and investors insights to make informed, data-driven decisions. Every investment and trading move involves risk. Do your research before making any decision.
- SlabStox does not own any of the specific cards represented in the SX100 Index. SlabStox owns cards of Marcus Rashford, Juan Soto, Garrett Mitchell, Pierre Gasly.