Star Wars Tracker has over 150,000 real market prices spanning several years for you to search through. A powerful advisor and guide for fair market value of many vintage Star Wars items. Available as part of the iOS/Android Apps, or the desktop application on PC or Mac.
Star Wars Tracker captures prices for: loose figures, mint-on-card figures, vehicles, playsets, creatures, mini-rigs, micro collection, diecast, 12-inch figures and Power of the Force coins.
The price guide is continuously updated on a weekly basis to ensure the latest prices are captured. 1000's of prices are analysed each week for inclusion in the price guide!
The Tracker only includes collector verified sales to ensure integrity and reliability of the price guide. Star Wars Tracker prides itself on being discerning for what gets included in the price guide and never knowingly includes sales of reproduction items.
Price guides are sensibly divided up into categories such as loose complete figures and mint-on-card (MOC) figures. All contain stunning depth to allow searches on criteria such as licensee, graded or sale location to name a few.
Find prices on over 120 figures including recognized major variations. All loose figure prices are for complete figures with original vintage accessories.
Simply click on a figure tile to bring up price guide results matching your criteria. See at a glance the distribution of prices that people are actually paying in the market, plus handy high level aggregate statistics such as the average price.
Touching any of the price points on the scatter graph will give more information about the captured price. This can sometimes give an indication why a price might be an outlier - such as being a rare licensee variation.
The help icon on the price tile summary will bring up the Star Wars Tracker price harvest criteria for the figure on display. This will help you understand the characteristics required of an item to be satisfied for inclusion in the price guide.
Switching to the raw data view gives the ultimate level of detail to further analyse the results. From this view you can use the external link to view the price point directly from the original source (such as a FaceBook auction group).
Using the raw data view you can refine the pricing advice even further by knocking out prices that you don't feel are relevant. This is an invaluable way to fine-tune the advice and immediately updates the aggregate statistics and chart view.
At any time you can touch the thumbnail image to get a more detailed view of the figure you are investigating prices for. Star Wars Tracker has professional stock images for all the loose figures it covers.
Using the dedicated MOC price guide, you can view realized sale prices for carded figures down to the cardfront/cardback combination level!
Using the raw data view you will be able to see the exact cardback combinations that have been tracked. Essential to understand price premiums for certain examples. Star Wars Tracker has an image database with thousands of MOC images to illustrate the combinations.
If you have a particular cardback combination in mind, use the cardback selector to refine the results to just that variation. This can be very helpful to see at a glance the variations that are most common (and most rare).
When price guide results contain only a single cardback then the pricing tile will also display Star Wars Tracker stock images for illustration.
You can touch the cardback image thumbnails to show a more detailed image. This can be helpful to see variation details between all the available results, and confirm your selection if you are unsure of the cardback numbering system.
Star Wars Tracker also covers all 62 Power of the Force collector coins. A niche area, but one that is often misunderstood in terms of valuable coins. Some coins were only available as random mail away with the recipient having no choice in the one they received.
Touch the coin you are interested in to bring up the price guide results. Star Wars Tracker has historical sales data from 2013 which is essential to understand the value of certain coins that may only go for public sale a couple of times a year!
As usual, the raw data view will give you all the details about the price points. You can follow the external link to the original source of the sale, and knock out individual prices from the results to further refine the results.
Star Wars Tracker provides dedicated price guides for remaining areas of collecting under the general category of accessories. Choosing this from the main page will give you options of vehicles, playsets, creatures, mini-rigs, diecast, 12 inch figures and micro.
Simply change the price guide by choosing a different category from the drop down list. Shown here are the various playsets.
Touching an accessory from the search screen will bring up the results as usual. Presented here are all results for an X-Wing whether it be a loose example, or with packaging, in any condition.
Switching to the raw data view allows you to see more information about each price point. The accessories price guide also allows you to refine results by using the Packaging Selector.
Using the Packaging Selector, we have refined the prices to be just for examples that included the Palitoy licensee issued Star Wars packaging.
By default, all price guide searches will use all markets that Star Wars Tracker monitors. However, you can customize this to only include certain markets in the pricing results.
By default, all price searches will blend results from all sale locations. However, you may like to only enable certain locations only in case there are regional variations and trends that influence the prices seen where you live.
Many licensees were involved in the production and retail of vintage Star Wars items across various countries. The price guides allow you to do a focused search using a selection of these licensees. By default, all licensees will be used.
Towards the end of the original retail period, a selection of figures were produced for the Star Wars Droids cartoon series. You can choose to show or hide these for the loose figure and MOC price guides.
The accessories price guide contains further options to filter prices by the kind of packaging sold with the item, and whether the item was complete or missing pieces. All these options have an effect on sold prices.