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Saviors of Kamigawa ( C )

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Merchant Set Price Qty
hidden Saviors of Kamigawa 1.84
hidden Saviors of Kamigawa 1.81 12
hidden Saviors of Kamigawa 1.49 62
hidden Saviors of Kamigawa 1.19
hidden Saviors of Kamigawa 0.54 7
hidden Saviors of Kamigawa 0.44 50
hidden Saviors of Kamigawa 0.38 50
hidden Saviors of Kamigawa 0.25
hidden Saviors of Kamigawa 0.20 8
hidden Saviors of Kamigawa 0.17 2

Merchant Set Price Qty
hidden Saviors of Kamigawa 0.20 8
hidden Saviors of Kamigawa Foil 6.00 4
hidden Saviors of Kamigawa Foil 2.50
hidden Saviors of Kamigawa Foil 2.00 8
hidden Saviors 1.99 20
hidden Saviors 9.99 0
hidden Saviors of Kamigawa 1.84
hidden Saviors of Kamigawa 1.19
hidden Saviors of Kamigawa Foil 12.42
hidden Saviors of Kamigawa Foil 5.00 2
hidden Saviors of Kamigawa 0.54 7
hidden Saviors of Kamigawa 1.49 62
hidden Saviors of Kamigawa Foil 9.99 1
hidden Saviors of Kamigawa 0.17 2
hidden Saviors of Kamigawa 0.38 50
hidden Saviors of Kamigawa Foil 6.00 19
hidden Saviors of Kamigawa 0.25
hidden Saviors of Kamigawa 0.44 50
hidden Saviors of Kamigawa Foil 5.33 4
hidden Saviors of Kamigawa 1.81 12

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  • Top Retail Price is currently based on TCG Mid.
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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!