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Here is where Stubdaq.com allows you to search for DD cards in many ways. The first series of search criteria is very basic but will allow you to sort through of all the items in the game and some great information. Let's take an in-depth look.

Basic Search

Type: There are five types of cards in DD, and here is where you can identify which type of card you're looking for.

MLB Cards- These are player cards that you can use in Diamond Dynasty. There are 4 different qualities. Common, Silver, Gold and Diamond

Equipment- These are the cards representing baseball equipment. Bats, Fielding Gloves, Batting Gloves, Bat Grips and Chest Protectors are examples of equipment cards.

Sponsorships- This category will filter out the 54 total sponsorship cards. There are 18 Diamond Sponsorships, 18 Gold Sponsorships, and 18 Silver Sponsorships. These items are not used in DD but are in packs and can be traded/sold like all other items.

Unlockables- These are items that are used for aesthetics and audio calls only. They have no impact on gameplay and do not raise/lower attributes of players. They are simply "extras" like home run calls, team icons (like mascots, i.e.), and nameplates.

Stadiums- There are 3 different types of stadiums: Minor League ones, Major League ones, and "Classic" ones which are stadiums used in the past in baseball.

Quality- The items in-game are rated, Common, Silver, Gold and Diamond depending on the category.

Name- Allows you to type in all or part of the item name

Team- If there is a team associated with an item, you can pick it here from the drop-down menu

Position- Here is where you can filter players that play a given position. Position ONLY refers to "MLB Cards". All 8 player positions are listed, along with three different types of pitchers: SP (starting pitchers), RP (relief pitchers), and CP (closing pitchers).

Overall- There are two spaces to enter an overall, and like positions, these only apply to MLB cards. The first space represents the minimum overall value you want to search for, while the second space is for the maximum overall value you want to search for.

Price- Using the minimal and maximum fields will filter by the items 'Buy Now' price. For instance, if you enter 1000 in the first box and 2000 in the second one, it will show you every card you own that currently sells between 1000 and 2000 stubs.

Questions Area

To help narrow down your search further, we added some questions that will aid in helping you buy the best cards at given moment. You can choose to answer these questions or leave them blank. Answering the questions will be most useful when trying to make profit buying/selling items.

Question 1- How many stubs are you ready to invest? Enter the number of stubs you want to spend. Make sure that you use an amount that you have available! That way you're only working with cards you can afford.

Question 2- How many stubs do you want to make per card? Answer what you would like your profit to be per card. A good number to use is 50 and work up. This way you are making at least 50 stubs profit after every sale.

Question 3- What profit % are you looking to make per deal? If you want to make double your investment, you would enter '100', for 100%. Obviously the higher the percentage entered here, the fewer results there will be. 10-15% is a good number to start with, and 100%-200% will give you fewer results but will have much greater "bang for your buck." Play around and enter different amounts until you feel comfortable with the results!

Question 4- How many times would you like to see the card sell per hour? - This will represent the number of times a card sells per 60 minutes on average. The higher the number, the easier the card will be to flip because it is being bought and sold at a high rate, thus giving your orders a better chance to be executed in a timely fashion. If this number is too low, you risk having your stubs tied up for a longer amount of time, and there's a better chance you will be outbid before the card you've listed is sold.

Once you have hit search, you will see a market snapshot summary that looks like this:

Market Snapshot

Sold Last hour- This is the total number of cards sold within the last 60 minutes.

Total Number of Open Buy Orders - This represents the total amount of cards put up of sale.

Sold Last hour -10%- This is the number of total cards, in the last hour, that sold for AT LEAST 10% lower than the CURRENT best price to buy the card now

Sold Last hour -50%- This is the number of total cards, in the last hour, that sold AT LEAST 50% lower than the CURRENT best price to buy the card now.

You have used xx out of 50 orders: This shows you your current number of open orders at any given time

You have: XXXX Stubs- This shows you how many stubs you have available at any given time

Number of cards in this filter: This is the number of different cards that apply to your search criteria. This number is not the total amount of orders, rather, the total amount of items fitting the criteria.

Database Filter

The list of cards fitting your search criteria will be shown like this:

Overall- value of the player (non-player cards will have no value)

Name- of the card/player

Type- of card (equipment, mlb card, sponsorship, etc)

Quality- (diamond, gold, etc.).

'Buy' Button- The light blue button that says "BUY". By hitting this button, you will IMMEDIATELY buy that card for the lowest "Buy Now" price available. This is always THE MORE EXPENSIVE OF THE TWO WAYS to buy a card. So why would anyone use this? The answer is, the card is bought IMMEDIATELY. If for whatever reason you want a player because you are about to play a game and you need the card at that moment, you may want to just hit "Buy". However, the recommended way is to be patient and create an order

'Create Buy Order' Button - will, with just one click, it will put up an order for one stub more than the current "Sell Now" price

Buy Now- The current lowest price you can buy the item outright for.

Sell Now- The current highest price you can sell the item outright for.

Total Open Sell Orders- This represents the total amount of orders requesting to sell this card.

Spread Coin Profit- This represents the amount you will make if you buy this card for one stub more than the highest 'sell now' price and sell it for one stub less than the lowest 'buy now price'. It subtracts the 10% tax that MLB The Show 19 charges on every selling transaction.

Buy Now Profit- use this to find possible cards, of the same items, below the next order in line to sell. For example, say a glove has one order posted of 100 stubs and the next order is 130. The 'Buy Now' Profit would be 16 if you bought and resold the card quickly. This is not recommended always, but can be useful at times.

Profit %- This is the percentage profit you make based on the stubs spent. Profit/Cost x 100

Sold 1 hour- The amount of copies the card has sold in the last hour.

Sold Last hour -10%- This is the number of total cards, in the last hour, that sold for AT LEAST 10% lower than the CURRENT best price to buy the card now

Sold Last hour -50%- This is the number of total cards, in the last hour, that sold AT LEAST 50% lower than the CURRENT best price to buy the card now.

Time Taken for Last 50 Sales- the amount of time it took for the last 50 of this particular card to sell. The lower the time, the quicker this card can be bought or sold. This will help you identify the best cards to flip

Last Time Updated: This shows you the exact time down to the second when all the information pertaining to this card was updated and accurate.

Total Number of Open Buy Orders - This represents the total amount of orders requesting to buy this card.

Cost to Buy All- This is the total cost of buying out every "Buy Now" order currently up for sale.

Open Orders

Like what you will see in-game, but we are taking it a step further by allowing you to track your orders to see if they are first in line to be bought or sold. We also give you the ability to redo your orders without canceling and having to go back to inventory.

Buy Orders
Sell Orders

Name- name of card

Your Price- the price at which the card is listed to sell for

Lowest Buy Price- the current low buy now price

Coins Spent- the amount you paid for the card

First Order- If there is a green checkmark, you are currently the first in line to have your card sold. If there is a red "X", you are currently NOT the first in line to have your card sold. (This can be fixed by clicking the "Redo" button to the right

Profit- The number of stubs you will make if the card sells at the current price

Profit %- The percentage number of stubs you will have gained if the card sells at the current price

Completed Orders

In-game completed orders doesn't do much besides allowing you to see what bought and sold. We, per usual, try to enhance this feature by allowing you to track potential profit and have one-click access to creating orders without the hassle of going back to inventory.

Name- Name of the Card

Operation- Will either say "bought for" the number of stubs you paid for the card or "sold for," which will tell you how much the card sold for.

Price- The current Buy Now price for the card

Coins Spent- The number of stubs you paid for the card. This can help you identify whether you can make a profit or not.

Time Updated- The time in which the order executed

Action- This is a "one-touch" feature allowing you to create a sell order for the card you bought. It will immediately put the card up for sale for 1 stub less than the current lowest buy now price

Inventory

This page will show you every card that you own and allow you to search your inventory any way you want to. The page is set up much like the "Search" tab:

Snapshot of your Inventory

At the top of your inventory page, you will see a summary of what's in your inventory, including how many total cards you have, the value of your account and more:

Total value of sellable cards- This represents the number of stubs your sellable cards are worth

Total Value of MLB Account: This is the number of stubs your entire account is worth when totaling non sellable and sellable.

Total Value of Cards: This is the number of stubs the non-sellable and sellable cards are worth in your inventory.

Total Value of Non-Sellable Cards: The value of the "Non-Sellable" part of your inventory, calculated by if the cards were sellable.

Total Owned Cards: The number of total cards in your inventory.

Total of Sellable Cards: Number of saleable cards in your inventory.

Current MLB Stubs: Number of stubs presently in your account.

Total Value of Sellable Cards if Quick sold: This is the number of stubs you would get if you just hit "Sell Now" to sell all your sellable cards.

Total Open Orders: Number of open orders you have outstanding

Last Time Updated: The timestamp of when all your inventory information was last updated

Total Value of Buy Orders: The sum of all your outstanding buy orders.

Total Value of Sell Orders: The sum of all your outstanding sell orders.

Understanding your Inventory

The Check Mark Boxes- This is a tool we have put in so that, if you are using our "Auto Sell" function, you can regulate any cards that you wish to NOT be sold. By un-clicking the box (so that there is no check mark) these cards will not be sold when using the auto-sell function.

Name- name of the card

Type- tells you which of the five types of cards in DD this item is

Quality- specifies whether it is a Diamond, Gold, Silver, Bronze or Common item

Sell Button- clicking this button will IMMEDIATELY sell the item at the current highest "sell now" price

Create Sell Order Button- with just one click, Stubdaq will put up a sell order for 1 stub less than the current "Buy Now" price. This will get you more stubs 100% of the time than if you just hit the "sell now" button

Owned- The amount of the given card you have in your inventory, whether they are sellable or "No Sell" items

Sellable- The amount of this specific item that can be put on the Community Market. It does not include any "No Sell" versions of the item

Overall- rating of the card. It will be blank unless it is a player card

Position- position of the player. It will be blank unless it is a player card

Buy Now- The current lowest price you can buy the item outright for

Sell Now- The current highest price you can sell the item outright for

Sold 1 hour- The amount of copies the card sold in the last hour

Time Taken for Last 50 Sales- the amount of time it took for the last 50 of the cards to sell. The lower the time, the quicker this card can be bought or sold. This will help you identify the best cards to "flip"

Stop Orders- All Cards Have a quick sell value. In order to try and get the most value when using the auto sell tool, we add 25% to the minimal price. Otherwise you are better or quickselling the card in-game.

Minimal prices - remember stop orders will be roughly 25% higher.

Unlockables
1000 diamond
250 gold
100 silver

Stadiums
1000 diamond
25 silver
10 bronze

Sponsorship
1000 diamond
100 gold
25 silver

Equipment
1000 diamond
100 gold
25 silver

Players
5000 diamond
1000 gold
100 silver
25 bronze
5 common

Searching and Filtering Your Inventory

Here is where you can narrow your inventory down to only show specific cards. This is helpful when trying to identify the amounts of different types of cards, different teams, price ranges and more. You can leave these blank if you wish.

Type- Choose from the five different types of cards in MLB The Show 19 described earlier

Quality- Filter out Diamond items, as well as gold, silver, bronze and common items

Name- Allows you to type in all or part of the item name

Team- If there is a team associated with an item, you can pick it here from the drop down menu

Position- Filter by a players position

Overall- Allows you to enter a low overall parameter as well as a high one. For instance, if you put 80 in the first box and 84 in the second box, It will show you all the player cards you own that are either 80, 81, 82, 83, or 84 overalls. Putting any numbers in will automatically filter out any non-player cards

Price- Allows you to enter a low overall parameter as well as a high one. For instance, if you enter 1000 in the first box and 2000 in the second one, it will show you every card you own that currently sells between 1000 and 2000 stubs.

Auto Manager

Auto Manager aka Auto Sell- This is the page where you can tell Stubdaq to automatically sell cards in your binder. All of the tracking information will be at the bottom of the page. You can choose one of three different methods to start the process:

Highest Buy Now Price- This will sell your highest priced cards first.

% Above Average Price- This method will allow our algorithm to determine which cards to sell at the best times. This should earn you the most stubs back, but could take more time

Fastest Selling- This will sell the fastest selling cards in your inventory. Perfect if you have a lot of items to sell.

Created Order

Once you place the order with the green "CREATE BUY ORDER" button, you will see a notification come up

"Created Orders" is simply going to tell you if the order successfully completed. When you create orders on the inventory or search pages, they will show up here.

Once you place the order with the green "CREATE BUY/SELL ORDER" button, you will see a notification come up.

If you see a green check mark under the column done and first order, that means the order was successfully. The circle may spin for a minute or two.

For the time being, you may certain error messages. Please note any cards needing to be un-equipped to sell