1. Does Prodigy Games buy trading cards? 
    Yes! We pay cash for your cards! We also offer a 20% trade-in bonus when you choose to take store credit for your cards! Store credit can be used from a Honey Bun™ in the store or a copy of Ticket to Ride: Rails and Sails online!

  2. How do I sell my cards to Prodigy Games?

    You can sell your cards to us in multiple ways.
     
    You could email us photos of your cards to prodigygamesllc@gmail.com. We will return a quote in 24-48 hours. We send you a label that you can easily print at home or work. Toss your cards in a cheap deck box or otherwise safe storage box and mail it off to us. We will send your money via Paypal or  Zelle. Upon request we can also arrange a wire or check. We also offer a 20% trade-in bonus when you choose to take store credit for your cards! 

     The best way to sell your cards would be to stop by our store with all of the cards removed from binders or sleeves. We use a card scanning software that combs TCGplayer.com. We offer 45% - 65% for cards in cash, check, or Paypal. The funds are handed to you immediately! We also offer a 20% trade-in bonus when you choose to take store credit for your cards!

  3. How does Prodigy Games grade cards during the buying process?

    We typically follow the system that most players in North American use, and that is Near mint, Lightly Played, Moderately Played. We do not typically buy cards in Heavily Played or Damaged condition. We consider cards with any ink or paint on them to be damaged. 




  4. Can Prodigy Games special order board games?
    You bet! We work with several distributors from around the United States and can typically get most popular board games delivered to the store in 96 hours! We will beat any price!
  5. How do your tournaments work?
    Players enter our weekly scheduled tournaments with store credit or cash. 100% of collected entries are put into the prize pool.The top 4/8 will receive prize support. We often run special events on the weekend where prizes range from cash to motorcycles. ( one time we gave away a 2006 Kawasaki ZZR 600 )
  6. How does your store credit work?
    You earn store credit through tournaments or trading in your TCG singles. You can use store credit in store or online.