1. Send cards when you can. We're part of this group because we have a reputation for not blowing off our trade partners. Life gets in the way. Some of us never have local card shows or an LCS. If you send me cards in February, I may not have anything for a couple of months to send your way, but I will send something back. I'm good for it, and I know you are, too.
2. Don't worry about the condition of the cards. I like vintage. Vintage with creases, holes, paper loss, fuzzy corners, and ink pen on it is even BETTER! I'm sure there are others out there who are of the same ilk. (If not, I'm sorry for any fuzzy cornered cards I might sent you in the future.)
project or two to use the cards. (If you don't want duplicates, then tough, because you're going to get some when twenty-six other bloggers have your address. Box up you superfluous cardboard and take them to your local children's home.)
|These guys played in Peoria!|
5. Don't break the bank. The thought of the postage costs are making me pump the breaks on me joining the Super Traders all by itself. Send what you can within reason. I can find a good deal on cards and I think it's something others don't have or may like then I'm snagging it.
6. Not all trade packages are created equal. We all have our favorite trading partners and you'll treat them better than what you'll treat me. I'm cool with that and I wouldn't expect any different.
|Boom! A Kid K relic!|
8. Have fun! It's a hobby and it should be fun!
Eight. That's all I could come up. Feel free to add your own in the comment below.
I'd like to thank the brains behind the Super Traders group, JBF, for sending me my first official Super Traders package (pictured above).
Thanks for stopping by!