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12-12-2012, 06:31 PM #11
12-12-2012, 06:41 PM #12
Oh yes how could we forget the late great Don Whitman on Hockey Night in Canada say that about 100 times game.An avid collector, that has spent countless hours on various sports card sites. I wanted to make it easier to buy and sell sports cards, and also wanted to create a community to bring collectors together.
12-12-2012, 06:51 PM #13
12-12-2012, 06:58 PM #14
True very true. I am from Winnipeg originally and we got tired of it as well.An avid collector, that has spent countless hours on various sports card sites. I wanted to make it easier to buy and sell sports cards, and also wanted to create a community to bring collectors together.
12-12-2012, 07:17 PM #15
An interesting concept, but this is truly going to be a feast or famine product based on the checklist. There are a few nice cards on the checklists, but there are a lot of cards that for the price point, are going to disappoint people opening this product.
12-12-2012, 07:32 PM #16
12-12-2012, 08:18 PM #17
A box of UD 1, 90 bucks, 24 packs, 192 or so cards.........10 bucks worth of return on average but mayyyyyyyyyyyyybe you'll hit eh? After all, there's 24 chances to hit sommmmmething. And you just had some fun ripping open 24 packs, and you're "only" out 90 bucks.
A box of History, I don't actually know the price, $300? $400? Four cards, and if the unthinkable happens and you get Den Shtieffel???
I'm not typing this to be a whiny b+++h, I love ITG, I love Forever Rivals more than my kids, I'm just saying that this one seems a little riskier than most on the surface.
12-12-2012, 08:51 PM #18
I personally think this will be one of , if not the product of the year. You get 4 hits guaranteed. Where else and in what products do you see that ?
Also, about the risky part of it, I personally feel that The Cup at $400-$500 a tin is one heck of a lot risky than a product that you are guaranteed a great cards(s).
We have a couple of group breaks of this product posted, so if a box is too expensive, join one of the group breaks. Fun and least exensive and less risky.
As always Dr Price, solid product. Looking forward to Friday
12-12-2012, 08:59 PM #19
What avg return do u think the return on a History of Hockey box is on avg? From the checklist, seems not that high ( guessing 50-80 for a 250 box).
I thought Superlative III was great but prob had a similar return in value.
12-12-2012, 10:37 PM #20
Obviously looking at this checklist... Boxes will be hit or miss. Got the potential to score huge, or yes - bust.
But to put the higher end cards into his set that they did, had to include the lesser names too.
For 250, I don't think this is any bigger risk than most products that cost 120+
I know I'll be looking for the Ranford stuff out of it