Want to Look Up PSA Population Reports? Now, They're Free.

Want to Look Up PSA Population Reports? Now, They’re Free.

PSA's population reports are an important tool to see how rare graded versions of cards, tickets and other pieces of memorabilia are. Before, it took $39.95 a year or message board begging to get reports on cards and sets as well as their online price guide. PSA is now offering both for free online.

The Population Report includes complete listings of all the items PSA has graded and authenticated. Updated daily, it offers specific numbers on individual card grades as well as overviews in several categories.

The company is also making their Sports Market Report price guide free online as well, which covers in-house pricing on PSA-graded and PSA-certified cards, autographs, unopened packs and other pieces of sports and entertainment memorabilia. Print copies are still being offered for $7 an issue or $49 for an annual subscription.

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2014 Topps Billy Hamilton RC #478 Reds PSA 10 GEM MINT Pop 2
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1972 TOPPS #360 DAVE ROBERTS RC PADRES PSA 10 B1842896-491
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2013 Panini Prizm #RC18- Hyun-Jin Ryu "Rookie Challengers" RC! PSA GEM 10! POP 3
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2013 Topps Dylan Bundy RC #78 Orioles PSA 10 GEM MINT
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2004 05 Al Jefferson Topps Pristine Refractor Rookie RC PSA 10 GEM MINT Lot x2
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1982 O-PEE-CHEE #136 AARON BROTEN RC ROCKIES PSA 10 H1801822-252
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1984 TOPPS #156 PAT RYAN RC JETS PSA 10 F1659825-250
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Ryan's collecting origins began with winter bike rides to the corner store, tossing a couple of quarters onto the counter and peddling home with a couple packs of O-Pee-Chee hockey in his pocket. Today, he continues to build sets, go after inserts with cool technologies, chase Montreal Expos and finish off his John Jaha master collection. Ryan can be found on Twitter @tradercracks and Google+.

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