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May 01, 2024

What Are Yoto Cards and How Much Are They Worth?

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If you are looking for a safe and reliable way to let your children enjoy some of the best storytelling out there, Yoto Cards could be the perfect option. They provide an accessible way for developing minds to collect and listen to there favourite stories and music. Of course, any parent knows children grow up quickly, which means you could end up being stuck with a whole collection of surplus Yoto Cards. In this blog we are going to look at what Yoto Cards are and what to do with them when they are no longer wanted. We are also going to take a look at whether they are still worth anything once your children have finished with them.

What Is a Yoto Player?

To use Yoto Cards you need a Yoto Player or a Yoto Mini. Each Yoto Player is a simple audio system designed to play only the audio stored in the Cards. There are no microphones and no cameras so it is safe, giving you as a parent total control over what your children listen to. And its durable, so you don't have to worry about it breaking after 5 minutes either. Each Yoto Player even has its own Yoto Radio channel that plays family-friendly content all day. Yoto Player with a Sleep Songs Yoto Card pack header image.png

What Are Yoto Cards?

For a Yoto Player to work, you need the Yoto Cards. Each card is loaded with specific audio relating to the design on the card ranging from BBC Blue Planet Show to the Story of The Very Hungry Caterpillar. The funky designs on the cards also mean that your children can keep and collect a whole pack of cards that can be listened to over and over again. The Yoto Cards need to be inserted into the card slot on the top of the Yoto Player to begin the audio. A selection of four Yoto Card Packs.png

Where Did Yoto Cards Come From?

The Yoto Player is the result of the collaboration between Yoto CEO Ben Drury and CCO Tom Ballhatchet. After a lot of research into children's listening habits and discussions with parents, the team working on the Yoto Player decided to create an audio playing device that was both fun and easy to use. The Yoto Player is designed to give children the independence to listen to what they want without the risk of hearing anything inappropriate.

Are My Old Yoto Cards Worth Anything?

You might be surprised to hear your old Yoto Cards might still be worth something. Like a lot of collectible cards, the older they get the more valuable they can become. Of course, this isn’t always the case, but because of the near limitless use you can get from each card, they often hold their value when they are retired from the high street and replaced with newer cards. If you are thinking about selling your old Yoto Cards, the WeBuyBooks Catalogue is a great place to start looking.

Check some of the Yoto Cards below and how much you can get for them with WeBuyBooks:

Yoto Ladybird Audio Adventures Collection: Volume 1

We Pay: £6.75 Yoto Ladybird Audio Adventures Collection Volume 1.png

Yoto Ladybird Audio Adventures Collection: Volume 2

We Pay: £6.75 Yoto Ladybird Audio Adventures Collection Volume 2.png

Yoto Disney Star Wars Collection

We Pay: £3.54 Yoto Disney Star Wars Collection.png

So yes, your cards could still be worth something. To find out what you could get for your old Yoto Cards, head over to the WeBuyBooks Catalogue and look for the cards you want to sell, you could be surprised at just how much you could get for them.

Have your kids grown out of their old stuff? You could be able to make a little extra money with the help of WeBuyBooks – using the WeBuyBooks App you can sell Beano Manuals, Tonie Figures, Biggles, and much more through the Catalogue.

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