Search function added to the Slabd submission form!

Submission form search now available

The Slabd submission form now has the ability to search for and add cards to the form. This means instead of having to fill in every field on the form you can simply search for your card and add it.  All fields on the form will be populated except for the estimated card value (declared value) – this is the only field you will need to fill in if your card is found in the database.  If you are submitting more than 1 of the same card, then all you will need to do is update the quantity field as well. Otherwise it’s now just 3 simple steps:

  1. Search
  2. Add estimated card value
  3. Save

What if my card isn’t found?

Well, you’ll have to kick it old school and fill the lot in.  But don’t worry, we are adding sets to our database every week! We have entered over 200,000 cards so far and we plan on doubling that over the next few weeks.  As we continue expanding our database, we’ll update the set lists here.If you are about to enter a large amount of cards from a set and would like it prioritised, send us a message and we’ll try our best to track it down and get it loaded for you.

How search for the slabd submission form works?

After you have selected your service and it’s time to enter the card detail, you’ll see the search option at the bottom of the form.  All you need to do to search is start typing your card detail, you can try typing in the name of the player/character or card set.  To narrow your search down, just follow the format of the form, like so:

Year Manufacturer Card Set Number Name Variant
2019 Panini Chronicles 1 Zion Signatures Red

Slabd Search Form

For Pokémon or Yu-Gi-Oh cards the search can be even easier.  Just try typing in the full card number to get your result.

Year Manufacturer Card Set Number Name Variant

Pokemon Slabd Search Form

Another shout out to Beckett Boy, for his off-the-cuff remark in his Slabd submission video review where he wondered if  the form could do a look-up on the card data – similiar to the PSA submission form.  That tiny remark sparked this.

A MASSIVE THANK YOU to Vincent from valuemycards. He was able to supply us with pretty much all the data for the English sets of Pokémon and Yu-Gi-Oh!, which was over 50,000 cards! His site is fantastic – so slick, quick and simple.  You can easily search for your cards by card number and quickly find the value of them.