Merchant Set Price Qty
hidden Commander 2014 1.49 0
hidden Commander 2014 1.00 1
hidden Commander 2014 0.99 20
hidden Commander 2014 0.59 51
hidden Commander 2014 0.37 28
hidden Commander 2014 0.35 30
hidden Commander 2014 0.30 40
hidden Commander 2014 0.25 1
hidden Commander 2014 0.25 41
hidden Commander 2014 0.25 7
hidden Commander 2014 0.25 285
hidden Commander 2014 0.20 12

Merchant Set Price Qty
hidden Innistrad 0.50
hidden Innistrad Foil 2.50 7
hidden Commander 2014 0.25 7
hidden Innistrad 1.25
hidden Innistrad 0.75
hidden Innistrad Foil 4.18
hidden Commander 2014 0.25 1
hidden Innistrad Foil 2.50 2
hidden Commander 2014 0.35 30
hidden Innistrad 0.30 30
hidden Commander 2014 1.00 1
hidden Innistrad 1.00 18
hidden Commander 2014 1.49 0
hidden Innistrad 1.74 1
hidden Innistrad Foil 4.99 0
hidden Commander 2014 0.30 40
hidden Innistrad Foil 1.65 8
hidden Innistrad 0.42 30
hidden Commander 2014 0.20 12
hidden Innistrad 0.40 12
hidden Innistrad Foil 2.00 4
hidden Innistrad 0.25 60
hidden Innistrad Foil 1.50 8
hidden Commander 2014 0.25 285
hidden Commander 2014 0.37 28
hidden Innistrad 0.79 60
hidden Innistrad Foil 6.99 8
hidden Commander 2014 0.59 51
hidden Innistrad 0.50
hidden Innistrad Foil 3.50 9
hidden Commander 2014 0.25 41
hidden Innistrad 1.49 20
hidden Innistrad Foil 4.49 4
hidden Commander 2014 0.99 20

Historical Prices

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  • Top Buylist Price is calculated from among all the data received from our merchants within each 24-hour period.
  • Top Retail Price is currently based on TCG Mid.
  • Average Buy Price is calculated from each merchant's highest price throughout each day.

Historical Spread


  • What's "spread"? This is the percentage of the retail price of a card you'd lose by selling it to the top buylist. A smaller spread percentage is generally a good indicator of a card's popularity and demand.
  • How is it calculated? % Spread = 100 - (Top Buylist price / Top Retail price * 100).
  • What's up with a negative spread %? If the Top Buylist price is greater than the Top Retail price, the above formula will produce a negative number. "Losing negative money" = "gaining money"! Awesome!