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Old 12-30-2017, 03:04 PM
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The guys keeping track on Blowout have shown that all submission (bulk and even 5-days) are getting delayed at PSA. PSA is moving buildings right now and didn't have good monthly specials the last couple of months to try and slow down submissions, but they're still slammed. I agree you're probably looking at another calendar month.
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Old 12-30-2017, 03:49 PM
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I signed up for the PSA collectors club in October and submitted for a 10 day turnaround on 10/21. Submission was received on 11/8. I'm at over 30 business days with no word.
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Old 12-30-2017, 11:32 PM
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I signed up for the PSA collectors club in October and submitted for a 10 day turnaround on 10/21. Submission was received on 11/8. I'm at over 30 business days with no word.
Wow, I guess I need to be more patient. I joined the PSA collectors club in November and took a bunch of my 1972 STP cards to the Philly show in early December. My account shows that the cards were received on December 12, and I anxiously checked the last several days to see if the grades popped yet.

I had never submitted anything to PSA before, so I really didn't know how good they were with turnaround times.

Most of the 1972 STP cards are not big value cards no matter what they grade, but I am anxious to see what the Lorenzen with car card and the Bobby Allison card grade.

BTW, did you submit the Richard Petty card for grading? Just curious to see what it grades.

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Old 12-31-2017, 02:02 AM
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My first submission as well. Total value was well less than 1K for all 15 submissions. Yes, I did submit the Petty card, I'll let you know when (and if &#128512 I get my grade. I've emailed PSA multiple times and received only robot replies. I hope they are as busy as was mentioned above. It makes want to work with another tpg exclusively.
I know PSA brings more $, but I got back into collecting just for me. Not trying to turn a profit on anything.
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Old 12-31-2017, 03:12 AM
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My first submission as well. Total value was well less than 1K for all 15 submissions. Yes, I did submit the Petty card, I'll let you know when (and if &#128512 I get my grade. I've emailed PSA multiple times and received only robot replies. I hope they are as busy as was mentioned above. It makes want to work with another tpg exclusively.
I know PSA brings more $, but I got back into collecting just for me. Not trying to turn a profit on anything.
I completely understand your point. That is largely how I feel as well. I mostly collect obscure cards outside the big four sports because I love the impossible to find, even if it may only be worth $100-200.

I decided to get my STP cards graded because there is only one other complete set on the registry (the owner also posts on this board) due to the extreme rarities of a couple cards in that set.

When I dropped off my cards at the Philly show in early December, the line at PSA was huge. As far as the value of the total submissions, if the cards would somehow get lost in the mail, there is a good chance I would never find another example of a couple of the cards.
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Old 12-31-2017, 06:45 AM
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Don't send them to Beckett if you're worried about turnaround. Their bulk grading services are taking an average of 90-100 business days right now, so right about 5-6 months.
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PSA has been going the full distance for the reasons everyone states. It also didn't help that this order was more problematic than most (rare, obscure cards that PSA didn't have certs already made up for).
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bump for those missing the memo.
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TTT.......appears to be 53 days, not counting holidays, since submission was "logged" (11/11). Hopefully this will pop soon. Patiently waiting.
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So Im figuring today is day 50 accounting for 2 days thankgsiving - 2 days Christmas - 1 day New Years?

I saw this a top of thread and and was thiniking woohoo - they have popped
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