DanBock’s Magic the Gathering Cards on eBay (danbock) is a store selling magic cards, magic trading card game items, magic decks, collectibles, art, and more. Click on the blue link above to find out what specials and sales they are currently offering.
Danbock has been selling on eBay since 1998, and has accumulated over 650,000 total positive feedbacks, with an overall score of 99.8%. So they have been quite successful in the MTG niche. A lot of people buy magic cards online, and so it does look like Danbock does quite well. You have to really work hard to accumulate 650k of positive feedback. You have to deliver good quality products, a good price, and awesome customer service, so DanBock’s Magic the Gathering Cards on eBay is definitely doing something right. I would feel very secure about my purchase in this store.
With almost 30,000 items in stock, this is a fairly large store. Danbock does both fixed price, as well as auctions, which really allow you to pick up some bargains. They do also offer the “make an offer” feature for their fixed price listings which I always appreciate. One bit of advice if you plan to make an offer. Don’t waste your time with an extremely low ball offer. Those offers usually just get declined automatically. Send an offer of about 60-70% of the item price. Those kinds of offers will usually get accepted, or countered with a decent offer.
DanBock’s Magic the Gathering Cards is the largest Magic card store on eBay. They have a very extensive collection including Battle for Zendikar, Modern Masters 2015, Khans of Tarkir Block, Core m10 m11 m12 m13 m14 m15, Theros Block, Return to Ravnica Block, Innistrad Block, Scars of Mirrodin Block, Zendikar Block, Shards of Alara Block, Shards of Alara Block, and many others.
What I like or don’t like
The one thing I would like to see in this store is a bit more organization. While this is a very successful Magic card store, their store would greatly benefit from a more polished store front. Ebay buyers like a well organized store front menu, as that makes the shopping experience more enjoyable, and much easier to navigate.
Having said that, their store navigation is still useful. Their left side eBay category listing is quite extensive. If you click on a main category, you then have multiple sub categories to choose from, like type, brand, etc. Once you get into a listing, the left side menu does carry over as well.
One thing that I don’t like too much about this store is the brevity of their listings. I would prefer more of a description personally. Something more than just a part number, or card number, etc. Also, when you’re dealing with collectibles, you want to see as many pictures as possible. So I would prefer to see some more pictures in their listings as well.
They do however have a stellar feedback history, which really makes you feel secure in shopping from this eBay store. As does their 14-day hassle free returns policy. No need to email back for a return authorization, or deal with with annoying emails back and forth. You just click on return, and send it back. And having two weeks to do so is quite convenient.
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