If you are at all interested in playtesting or designing games, MTG commons are wonderful backings for full page stickers, like Andy puts out (for example, the Twin Win cards that can be found here:
Of course, you probably won't need *all* the commons you have - keeping a couple of hundred of them around will probably be more than adequate.
On 10/23/07, James Hazelton <jameshazelton@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On the other hand, if you want to minimize time without much consideration for profit, you could go to your local game store and offer to sell the lot. You'll be taking a loss, but they'll pay for even your most common commons. All the work is on their end, so you just drop by and leave the cards, and they can take a look when they get a chance and write you a check.
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