Where can I buy some tarot cards in San Diego?
I don’t want to order online.
Answer by krennao
Just do a search on new age stores, I am sure there are plenty in that city.
Answer by coffebo
Why don’t you try the “bible”, you will get better accurate answers.
Answer by buck
not sure about the above “bible” answer, but those cards are fake too. why waste your money. get a good deck of regular cards and learn to play poker very well and make some money. Better chance at it than voodoo mumbo jumbo with your tarot cards
Answer by Fedup
You can research places if you go to www.witchvox.com
The site is very easy to navigate. You could also try Barns and Noble and Borders also carry a small assortment of cards.
Here is the search on the witchvox site:
where can i buy tarot cards in sydney in australia?
i want the old version of tarot pictures and i need a book to guide me too,is there any special place in sydney where could i buy it.
Answer by pelican
I think your best option might be to find them online.
Answer by Tiger Lily
Sounds like you are looking for the Rider-Waite tarot which you should be able to buy at any large book store like Dymocks. This is a link that shows pictures from the deck: http://www.aeclectic.net/tarot/cards/rider-waite/. There are also many new age stores which would sell them too – you could try Destinys at Neutral Bay, Mysterys at Penrith or Adyar in the city, just to name a few. They are not hard to find. If you want free information about the cards, you could try http://www.aeclectic.net or http://www.tarotcraft.com.
what store sells tarot cards?
I’ve been interested in buying some tarot cards and learning about them. I don’t want to order them online, I wanted to find a store that I could go to.
Answer by Helen
It depends which country you are in. You can usually find them in bookshops or New Age stores. I have heard people mention Borders and Barnes and Noble.
The problem with buying them this way is that they are usually sealed in boxes and locked in a cabinet so you can’t really browse properly. They also only have a limited range in stock.
You can read deck reviews and card images at aeclectic.net, amazon and many other sites.
I highy recommend the free Tarot course at learntarot.com.