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SGC Grading Pricing

SGC Grading With Black Label Grading

SGC was established in 1998 and experienced exponential growth during the pandemic in 2020. If you’re a sports card enthusiast, you’ve likely encountered SGC. As a dominant force in the sports card grading industry, SGC features a unique slab design that enhances the visual appeal of trading cards.

Based in Florida, USA, SGC prides itself on quick turnaround times and competitive pricing. With over 24 years of experience, SGC offers grading and authentication services for gaming and sports cards.

Black Label Grading are partnered with SGC to bring their unique trading card grading services to the UK & EU markets.

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  • SGC Sports Grading

    £18 per card

    Current turnaround time is 10 Business Days

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    • Sports Cards Only
    • Regular progress updates
    • Insured shipping (£1000 / card max.)
    • No Upcharges on Modern Cards (post 2000)
    • Declared Value < $1500
  • SGC Gaming Grading

    £15 per card

    Current turnaround time is 10 Business Days

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    • Gaming Cards Only
    • Regular progress updates
    • Insured shipping (£1000 / card max.)
    • No Upcharges on Modern Cards (post 2000)
    • Declared Value < $1500

Card Safety

We understand the safety of your cards is is of upmost importance when reviewing where and how to send your cards for grading.

BLG ensures the safety of your cards from the moment they enter our building and whilst in transit to and from the USA through onsite and shipping insurance.

To secure your cards whilst on their way to us, we recommend that our customers read our tips on how to package their cards

Our Process

By operating as a middleman service, we know that there are multiple steps in your grading journey.

We listened to the market and realised that the complexity of card grading requires a bespoke level of communication to reassure customers during their BLG journey.

This is why our bespoke order platform provides regular updates on the progress of your cards during their journey. To find out more about the full grading process, we recommend you read our blog post “The BLG Journey Explained”.