COMC Hot List Special for April 17th – May 1st

Hot List Special = One Week -> One Day

Starting today, each entry on the new Hot List will qualify for our “Hot List Special” processing. With this service, you will receive One Day processing at the One Week price. That is $0.50 per raw trading card and $0.75 per graded, encased, or jumbo card.


Carmelo Anthony
Jackie Robinson
Matt Harvey
Tony Cingrani
Mike Zunino
Justin Upton

2012-13 Panini Preferred Basketball
2012-13 Panini Marquee Basketball
2012-13 Panini Select Basketball
2013 Panini Prizm Baseball
2012 Topps Five Star Football
2012 Panini National Treasures Football

Hot Theme: 2013 Football Products.  The NFL draft begins Thursday April 25 (8 p.m. ET), and to celebrate we’re accepting all 2013 football products as eligible for Hot List processing!

How to Submit Hot List Items for Consignment:
* Clearly write “Hot List Special” on the outside of the package, including the outer mailing package.
* $5 minimum batch fee (We recommend submitting 10+ items.)
* 200 item maximum per week
* Must be post marked by May 1st, 2013
* Must be mailed to our US address (Our Canadian warehouse only supports One Month service currently.)
* Submissions with non-Hot List items will be downgraded to One Week service
* Any submissions received on Saturday may not be processed until the following Monday

You are welcome to submit multiple batches with different service levels in the same package, but you must clearly label each service level you would like.

Thanks for your input for this new Hot List, and watch our Facebook page for the call for suggestions for the next Hot List in a week!


10 thoughts on “COMC Hot List Special for April 17th – May 1st

  1. My idea for the Hot List Special.
    Any Personal Collection of more than say a minimum of 50 same player singles. I think that would be a great way to bring more exposer to the site because of all the unique cards that people have in there PC’s. It wouldn’t have to be a PC necessarily, just a player that you might have an abundance of. It wouldn’t need to be a one day/week special either. Make it a 30-45 day that is cheaper per card, than normal listing fees. Something that could be worked on at COMC when time allows. Just think, more 1/1’s, game-worn/used, SP’s, #ed cards and autos. Nate

    • I like this idea as well! I collect a older player that doesn’t really have any new cards since 2009 (so he most likely will never be on the “hot list” or hot list brands. He also most times doesn’t bring big money so people are not so quick to send in his cards, because the return might not be there. But it would if you ran a deal on the slower level. And its already hard for me to find cards of him that I still need. I would put a wanted add, but I don’t want people adding them and then jacking up the price just because I might need it (has happened to me many times). I like the hot list thing, and its great on a nice mid-higher end stuff, but on cheaper cards its not a great deal, because if you are sending $1 cards its kinda hard to pay $.50 just to have them added faster. I know a lot of people don’t think that those cheap cards sell, but they do! This is pretty much the only place I know where you can buy a cheaper common you need and not spend $5 ($3-$4 of that being shipping). If I was selling, I would rather sell 1,000 $1 cards, then 1 $500 card! So the point is its not always about the higher end cards. And whats up with everyone wanting the newest of everything and everyone. Don’t people know about 90% of those players will be bust-ok players in a few years. Another topic lol. Run some deals on the cheap o’s!! And maybe a deal on shipping! And make sure it applies to cards from the old site that are sitting in accounts! Side note do you guys still do the first time seller coupons? I am starting to get the itch to send in some stuff.

  2. how about quit complaining and let them make theyre money as well, or you can go on the so called site where everyone jacks you on the shipping then you don’t get what you can see right here live, also they don’t let you keep 100% of the profits, then you have to deal with feedback, but some deals such as over 1,000 cards would be nice, and also if you sent in so many graded cards, or say you have cards that are pretty much worthless like 5-10cents each what do you do with those? trash can? or should i use them when my sf giants win the pennant again this year as a ceramonial goodbye

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