Inexpensive CGC Slabs on eBay

We posted the Buy One Get One sale on Comic Mint earlier, but they are not the only ones doing inexpensive slabs. There are a ton of interesting graded comics up on eBay for under $25. If you are still looking for some good deals check these out below.

Some of these are below what you could get them graded for, here are the ones of interest. (Please note: none of these are my auctions or affiliated with me.)

Grass Kings #1 CGC 9.8 Tyler Jenkins Variant One left on this optioned book at $22.49.

Deathstroke #37 Mattina Variant CGC 9.8 This Mattina cover is listed at $17.99

Fish Eye #1 CGC 9.8 optioned Scout Comic listed at $20.

Joyride #1 CGC 9.8 Another optioned book put up for fire sale at $22.49.

Power of the Dark Crystal #1 CGC 9.8 Related to the Netflix show, listed at $22.49

Red Hood Outlaws #27 Foil Cover CGC 9.8 One of the recent variant of the month covers (foil) listed at $19.99

Secret Wars Battle World #1 CGC 9.8 No real spec on this one, but at $13.95 it was one to look at

Action Comics #23.2 CGC 9.8 DC’s lenticular cover month cover featuring General Zod. Listed at $15.

WWE #1 Championship Belt Variant CGC 9.8 This was hot when it first came out, pretty sure I sold one for more than this graded book is going for, listed at $22.49.

Symbiote Spider-Man #1 1:25 Bradshaw Variant CGC 9.8 Slightly more expensive than some of the other ones on the list, but a 9.8 slab at ratio, $25.

Older or lower grade books of note.

Bloodshot #6 CGC 9.2 First appearance of Ninjak (Collin King) listed for $15.

Avengers #125 CGC 6.0 Classic Thanos cover listed at $19.95.

Joe Palooka #2 CGC 3.5 An interesting cover on a book from 1946. Listed at $22.50

9 thoughts on “Inexpensive CGC Slabs on eBay”

    1. Well, if no one is buying the slabs at regular cost, it’s just about moving inventory now to cut more losses. That’s how the retail game is played in just about every market.

  1. Thanks for the list! The thing that frustrates me about these listings is how sellers charge $10+ for shipping. Just charge more for the item and make the shipping closer to actual cost. This is like a sneaky way to get a few extra bucks out of buyers who might not be aware of actual shipping costs. Sellers should know that when they use “calculated” cost for shipping, EBay overcharges the buyer by a couple bucks which is ridiculous! Now you know and knowing is half the battle.

      1. It appears that most of those listed are priority flat rate. The sellers in those cases aren’t trying to take extra money. In fact, some are charging less than the cost of the flat rate service. Thanks for pointing that out! I just wanted to acknowledge that I was wrong here.

    1. eBay gives you 10% off shipping because they charge you 10% of the shipping cost later. Buyers should be aware that the seller is not saving anything.

      1. In my experience, the charge to the buyer is significantly higher than 10%. I have a 12oz package that is “calculated” at $5.49 to buyer, but my cost is $3.96. After you ship a few, you can figure out a decent flat rate that covers the ebay fee. In most cases, the ebay “discounted” price is exactly what you would pay to ship in person at USPS, but ebay is taking 10+% and paypal is taking 3-5% of whatever the buyer pays anyway.

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