Battle.net

Sell Battle.net Gift Card

When you are selling your Battle.net Gift Card online, it is sold at a discount to encourage people to buy it. By watching the average price of the Battle.net Gift Card over time we suggest to you a price that you should list your card for. Learn More

Card Value $
Average Battle.net Gift Card Sells for 99 % of Card Value.
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Percent of Card Value : 99

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You Earn:
88.2
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Free to List your Gift Card (First 10)
  • Payment options: PayPal
  • 10.8% Commission when the Card is sold.
  • Enter your Gift Card Number Online, without having to ship it.
  • Large Marketplace, Thousands of Sales per day. (Sell it fast)
  • Great Seller Protection, focuses on Video Games Only.
  • Sell your card on

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    You Earn:
    88
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • 0.35$ Listing Fee
  • Payment options: PayPal
  • 11% Commission when the Card is sold.
  • Enter your Gift Card Number Online, without having to ship it.
  • Great Seller Protection, focuses on Video Games Only.
  • Sell your card on

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    You Earn:
    84
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Free to list your Gift Card for any price.
  • Payment options: PayPal, Check, or Bank ACH Deposit
  • 15% Commission when the Card is sold. (10% is for First Time Users)
  • Enter your Gift Card Number Online, without having to ship it.
  • Great Seller Protection, most gift cards sold in a short amount of time.
  • Sell your card on

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    You Earn:
    83
  • Difficulty: Medium (Requires Shipping)
  • Free to list your Gift Card. (Auction or Buy it Now Format)
  • Payment options: PayPal
  • 10% Commission + ($0.30 + 3.0% PayPal Fee) + Shipping (1-5% for Most)
  • You must Insure and Pay for your own Shipping ($5.00 Average).
  • Good Seller Protection, Accepts any Gift Card.
  • How does selling your gift card work?

    1. Create a Listing for your Gift Card at a Certain Price, using one of the above Websites.
    2. Once the Gift Card sale is complete
      • If you used a suggested website that is NOT eBay, the website emails your gift card number to the buyer.
      • OR If sold on eBay, you must ship the gift card and send the USPS tracking number to the buyer.
    3. Withdraw the money using the Payment Option listed. (PayPal, Check etc..)

    On eBay you are responsible for shipping the gift card to the user. All other websites listed, will handle delivery for you.

    Authors Note: Try to sell your gift cards on non-eBay websites first, however, if those websites are full or not accepting that gift card currently then eBay will always accept it.