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What To Do With Steam Trading Cards?

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Is it worth it to try and sell them, or try to complete the sets?

 

I have over 1,000 games on Steam, and half as much in trading cards.

 

I want to figure out what I should do with them.

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Can't you turn them into crystals or whatever? I don't remember what those are useful for tho

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If you got loads you can sell them. The returns wont be great but I dunno.... done this a couple of times ...not gonna say it was worth it really.. but why not?

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On 6/3/2020 at 3:30 AM, Jon Jon said:

Is it worth it to try and sell them, or try to complete the sets?

 

I have over 1,000 games on Steam, and half as much in trading cards.

 

I want to figure out what I should do with them.

You can either sell them and say if you have 500 and make 5p average per card you might get enough for a decent game in the sale or you can complete the sets and get backgrounds and such. 

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On 6/3/2020 at 10:30 AM, Jon Jon said:

Is it worth it to try and sell them, or try to complete the sets?

 

I have over 1,000 games on Steam, and half as much in trading cards.

 

I want to figure out what I should do with them.

A) break cards down into crystals. these can be used to buy digital card packs for games you own (would recommend. cards you get from gaming are "normal" rarity and you can get "foil" cards from packs.

 

B) sell on market for a couple cents

 

C) trade them

stuff is cool. stuff that has fancy lighting is cooler. stuff that has fancy lighting and works is the coolest.

 

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It's a waste of effort imho...

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