Trading cards and stickers price comparison – Pricewatch

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Trading cards stickers prices

Comparing the prices of trading cards and stickers

Behind the numbers

Retailers need to get their pricing strategies right with trading cards and collectables, with more than 90% of retailers pricing eight out of 12 lines at their most-common price. But there are a couple of potentials to boost profits.

Take Panini’s FIFA World Cup 2022 Sticker Pack. Twenty-one per cent of retailers charge as much as £1.40, double the most-common price of 70p, charged by 78% of retailers. Meanwhile, 16% of retailers are charging up to £4.99 for Pokémon Rebel Clash Trading Cards, £1 more than the most-common price of £3.99, which 84% charge.

Similarly, retailers could be missing out on extra margin on Pokémon Fusion Booster Trading Cards, as 32% price them at £3.33 – 66p below the most-common price of £3.99. However, the lower price is most likely due to them being highly accessible, meaning retailers need to be more competitive and aim for volume of sales over higher profits.

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