Journey of a PSA Card 

  The journey of a card sent to PSA to be authenticated and graded shouldn’t be a mysterious one. And when the card in question is YOUR card, a little more crystal-clear understanding would probably be seen as a good…

My Trading Cards Are Worth Money, What’s Next?

  It could happen in any number of ways. Maybe you stumble across some trading cards while cleaning out your grandfather’s attic, or you take a chance on making some money and buy a large box of cards as a…

PSA Now Uses Red Labels for All Encapsulated Items

  Since the start of the New Year, PSA is now employing a new labeling process for any authenticated, encapsulated submissions. Here’s the official scoop. After 20 years of using blue labels for any items encapsulated through PSA/DNA, PSA’s autograph…

Submissions 101: Show Submissions

  To further simplify the submissions process and make it as easy as possible, we’ve produced a series of “Submissions 101” videos. In this episode, we cover some pro tips on submitting your collectibles at a show for PSA authentication….

Submissions 101: Submission Types

When Getting Cards Graded, Choosing the Right ‘Submission Type’ is Important To show more collectors how easy it is to submit their cards to get graded, PSA is now launching several new company-produced videos within its “Submissions 101” lineup. The…