In order to send cards out to other Cardsphere users, you must enter the cards you're willing to send out to your Haves list. This is your card inventory, your trade binder.

There are two ways to add cards, manually or via import. When you do it manually, you simply type in the cards you have. When you import, you have a file from another system which you upload.

Manually Adding Cards
Importing Cards

Manually Adding Cards

Manually entering cards can be a time consuming process. We recommend you import cards if you have a large collection. 

  1. Click Haves in the menu.
  2. On the Add Cards tab, enter the card name in the first field. Auto-complete narrows your choices.
  3. Use the -/+ controls to set the number of copies you have. 
  4. Leave the card set to Active to indicate you're willing to send, or switch to On Pause to record that you own it, but aren't willing to send.
  5. Set the condition. For guidance, refer to our Condition Guide.
  6. Choose the finish, Foil or Nonfoil.
  7. Select the card language.
  8. Click Add Have.

What if the card I want to enter isn't there?

Cardsphere's card database is not yet complete. We aim to have 95% of magic cards ever printed listed. Some special sets or cards (Foreign Black Border, Schemes) may be absent purposefully, as the effort to include them does not match the demand to trade them yet. Newer cards which aren't available may be absent because our pricing sources do not yet list them.

Send an email to Cardsphere Support to report a missing card if you think it should be added. Alternatively, contact us on Reddit or Discord.

Importing Cards

Cardsphere allows you to import .CSV files from a variety of websites and services:

We are continuously expanding our input sources.

  1. Click Haves in the menu.
  2. On the Actions tab, click Import.

  3. Choose what should happen when the file is missing information for condition, language, finish and quantity.

  4. Click Choose CSV File and browse to and select the file you want to import. Click Import.

  5. When processing is complete, your results are displayed. If there were cards that could not be matched, click View Log.

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