COMC Auctions are Set to Headline the eBay Homepage for the Football Finale from January 25th – 31st!
We are excited to announce that COMC Auctions will be featured on eBay’s homepage from January 25th – 31st. This “Football Finale” auction event will place a special focus on modern football cards, and is the perfect opportunity to increase your auctions’ visibility as the excitement builds leading up to the Super Bowl!
While the homepage promotion will be focused on football cards, you are also welcome to submit your high-end trading cards across all other sports and genres to auction with COMC. Whether you have hot sports cards, rarities from Pokémon, or high-end trading cards from nearly any other category, COMC makes it easy to sell them! Please review our “COMC Supported Trading Cards” blog for more information about which cards can be consigned with us.
All items must be received by 1/15 to be eligible for this promotion.
Here’s everything you need to know about submitting your trading cards for maximum exposure in this event.
When and how to submit your cards:
COMC users have multiple options for submitting cards for this event. Whether you already have cards consigned with us that you would like to auction off or are considering sending new cards to COMC specifically for this event, details and key dates are listed below.
Mail-In Submission Deadlines
Cards received 1/2 – 1/8 will END during the promotion
Cards received 1/9 – 1/15 will BEGIN during the promotion
To create a new mail-in auctions submission, visit Start New Submission in your COMC Account and select the eBay Auction processing service as shown below.
Transfer to Auction Deadlines
Cards submitted for transfer 1/1 – 1/7 will END during the promotion
Cards submitted for transfer 1/8 – 1/14 will BEGIN during the promotion
If you already have cards in your COMC Inventory Manager, you can send them to auction in just a few clicks. This includes cards you bought from other consignors on our site, a potential opportunity for flipping! Inside the Inventory Manager, click on “Actions” and then select “Send to Auction” to begin the auction transfer process.
Elite Item Transfer Deadlines
Cards transferred between 1/8 – 1/14 will END during the promotion
Cards transferred between 1/15 – 1/21 will BEGIN during the promotion
These Elite Item Transfer deadlines apply only to items which have already been processed through our Elite Consignment Service.
After transferring your cards to auction, they move from your Inventory Manager to Auction Submissions in your COMC account. Once scheduled for auction, you can monitor your auctions in Auction History.
Important Auctions Reminders
- The minimum fee per auction is $3.50, regardless of the final sale price. We recommend you only submit cards to auction that will sell for at least $50 or more. COMC Auctions reserves the right to change the service level of new Auction submissions to our 3-Week fixed-price service ($0.50 per item) if submissions primarily consist of items valued less than $10. For a full breakdown of Auction fees, see the COMC Auction Schedule and Fees blog.
- There are no cancellations once we receive your auction submission. If you want to consign your high-end trading cards through COMC as buy-it-now listings, we encourage you to submit them using our Elite Service.
- Please review our Supported Trading Cards criteria if you have any questions about what items you can consign with COMC.
For more information about our auction service, please refer to our Auctions and Auctions FAQ pages. With any additional questions, please email COMC’s Auctions team at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are excited for you to participate in this eBay Homepage Auction Event!
About the Author:
Andy is the COMC Marketing Manager, bringing a wealth of marketing experience combined with a passion for trading cards. As an active hobby investor, he enjoys collecting and selling trading cards, especially football cards. Andy’s energy and enthusiasm are shared with the local community through his volunteer efforts at the theater and shouting from the stands at the University of Tennessee football games.