Ryan takes a deep dive into Group Breaking as another card switching scandal hits. Two criticisms of Topps. Beanie Babies Authentication idea. Arizona Fall League. Selling tickets in kneeling era.
Ryan talks about adding value as a store owner or group breaker. 2017-18 Upper Deck MVP free packs are weak. Amazon sales are broken down.
Ryan talks about a great move by Panini. Two hobby business ideas. Nice work by a card blog. An ePack question. Problem with Brandon Ingram.
Topps has told dealers they can't sell MLB products on Amazon. Will they enforce it? Upper Deck ePack makes a mistake and fanboys come running to defend them. A group breaker website was hacked. Byron Buxton update.
The 20th episode - Ryan talks about Panini's announcement of 1st Off the Line. American Greed's show on Mastro Auctions is discussed. Updated on the U.S. Tax Courts case against Upper Deck.
In this episode Ryan goes over the top players at each position in the NFL and sees what their cards sell for. How much are key employees at sports card companies worth? What happens if Byron Buxton hits .300 next year? Update on Brandon Ingram and Kristaps Porzingis buying.
Ryan talks about two scams going around the hobby. He's buying cards of another young NBA player. Fantatics Authentic is discussed.
Ryan talks about some of the sights and sounds from the National Sports Collectors Convention. A new COMC strategy is in place. A Hand me down Autopen.
An episode about the hugest sports card story in a long time. The Panini Dak Prescott AutoPen Scandal. Explicit.
VERY explicit episode. COMC raises fees, or did they? What the F am I going to do for a week at the National in July? A Group Breaker hits the case of a lifetime and people complain?
The war between Leaf Trading Cards and Upper Deck is discussed. It includes letters Leaf Owner Brian Gray sent to Upper Deck brash. Panini blows it on a draft day tweet. Find a Card Show website update. Card shop co-op idea. Lavar Ball and the Lakers are discussed. Ticketmaster could be out as NFL exclusive ticket supplier. Will I lose my job!?
Blowout Sports Cards was hacked! What happened and what has the company response been?
In this short episode Ryan talks about his recent success on Amazon and payments made to the MLBPA by trading card companies Topps and Panini.
Ryan talks about the news from the Industry Summit. Weakness in the Topps Now market. Upper Deck ePack launches coins. eBay and Amazon hits and misses. Some questions and answers from listeners.
In a very explicit episode of the R Rated Podcast, Ryan talks about the upcoming Industry Summit, Connor McDavid Young Guns and how he did selling on eBay, Amazon and COMC for March.
Ryan gets a crucial email from an eBay Powerseller that sheds some light onto how to make money on eBay. Ryan talks about making money off Sports Card Radio, his Beanie Babies website and flipping sports tickets.
A further dive into how Ryan’s month selling on eBay and Amazon has gone.
In this podcast Ryan discusses the challenges of selling on Amazon and eBay after listing several hundred items. The B2B sports card site Dealer Net is discussed. Record quarter for Collectors Universe, PSA. Ryan had a personal record 3 day sale on COMC. Who was drunk at the TriStar Houston show and more!
In this very special episode, Ryan talks about what it was like attending the Topps 65th Anniversary Party in Las Vegas on January 18, 2017.
Ryan discusses heading off to Las Vegas for the Topps 65th Anniversary Party. COMC results from a 30,000 card account are revealed. Upper Deck ePack tips. Several sports card sites are plugged and more.
In this episode Ryan discusses Panini Replay Basketball. How much were dealers stuck with? A very good Sports Card Uncensored article is analyzed. Find a Card Show website and under promoted card shows. Podcast recommendations and other shout outs.
In this episode Ryan discusses the recent dismissal of the lawsuit filed against Topps for an error on a Topps Now card. COMC Black Friday results are revealed. Upper Deck making plans to skip the Las Vegas Industry Summit and host their own in Phoenix. Update on the Sports Card Radio website.
In this episode we talk about the year that was for Topps Now. Some of the rhetoric and hype don't quite live up to the numbers. Ryan reads a letter from a wholesale distributor regarding Upper Deck ePack.
The 1st episode in what will now be known as the Sports Card Radio R-Rated Podcast. Hosted by Ryan. In this episode we dive into product allocations, the NFL downtrend and Cardboard Connection CEO 5x Felony case update.