PSA’s New Jersey Office Provides Easy Drop-off Location for East Coast Collectors

Professional Sports Authenticator ( has been in existence since 1991. The company is considered the pioneer in the sports collectibles industry when it comes to authenticating and grading items such as trading cards, autographs, tickets, packs, original photographs, rings, trophies and even game-used bats. It opened a New Jersey office location in 2011, but interestingly it appears that most East Coast-based collectors still send their collectibles in to PSA’s California headquarters instead.

To illustrate the ease and convenience of using the New Jersey office location for drop-offs, PSA is pleased to unveil a brand-new landing page and online appointment booking tool that makes it incredibly easy for East Coast collectors to stop by and submit their items closer to home. The office location is 10 Woodbridge Center Dr., Suite 710, Woodbridge, NJ 07095. The office phone number is (732) 634-3480. The new landing page can be found at

“We’re excited to let collectors know that we accept all PSA service submissions,” said PSA’s NJ Office Business Manager Sean Skeffington. “We can process autographed memorabilia, original photos and autographed cards for encapsulation. We do not offer card grading, but we will accept card grading orders and ship them to California as a courtesy to our local customers.”

With a passionate staff and a fulltime autograph authenticator, PSA’s New Jersey office is a logical and accessible option for collectors in the northeast. It will certainly save on shipping costs. Its hours of operation are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST, Monday through Friday. Collectors can make their appointments anytime by going online and selecting any available timeslots between 9:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. Simply click on the “Make an Appointment” link, select your date and time and then click “confirm.” It’s as simple as that.

PSA is the world’s largest trading card, autograph and memorabilia authentication and grading service. Since 1991, PSA experts have examined and certified over 32 million collectibles with a combined value of over $1 billion. For additional information, visit