Sunday, July 5, 2009

The Card Collector - Part II

I have gained a few more followers since I last posted this so I'm going to give it one more try ! How do you keep track of your cards ? Do you use The Card Collector or Beckett Collections or some other software ? I would really like to hear your opinions and thoughts on different systems. I'm thinking about buying The Card Collector. David over at Indians Baseball and then some uses it and seems to like it. Two points he brought up were the facts that you can use it offline and it also has a more complete listing of oddball sets than Beckett Collections. You can check it out here : The Card Collector . Normally it is $50.00 for the cd but you can buy a pack of 10 cd's, for resale, for $149.95. I want one, David wants one ( his is an older version and he wants to update ) , ny_hitman_23 was interested (let me know if you still are! ), Harold at Blugrass Smokesignals wanted one ( I haven't heard anything from him for awhile though )and at least one of my boys may want one . That makes 5, so if 5 more of you out there are interested let me know.Leave a comment here or email : Baseballdad . I would buy the pack of ten and ship them out to you .I would ask for a payment, in advance, of $20.00 to cover the cd and shipping (shipping on the 10-pack to me and shipping to each of you). I will also though in an assortment of cards of your favorite player or team for participating, and because I have a ton of cards I need to get rid of ! As soon as I have 10 interested parties I will contact each one for payment. Thanks !!


  1. I've never seen that program, but I tend to use Zistle. It's very intuitive and has the ability (like a wiki) to allow the users to add cards and sets that are not already in their database.
    It has pictures, and, it's free.

  2. I've heard the name Zistle here and there lately but haven't looked into yet. I'll have to check it out . thanks !

  3. Hello Jack, I'm still interested in "Card Collector". Cheryl and I have had a busy summer. Just back from a long weekend of dancing and caving.