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    Hahaha you're all trying to score big rookies from dollar store packs and you're calling the company cheap? The irony lol

    As another poster mentioned about his son and wrestling cards, these would be a great way to introduce cards to kids if there weren't a whole bunch of adults going through them first.

    I left the hobby because of all the money-hungry, trade-winning, scamming individuals, and clearly I'm not missing much.
    I went to Toys R Us last year on release day. They said they had to hide all the cards, because adults kept coming in and pack searching. So sad. Especially, as these adults are just stealing from the kids who are going to buy the packs next.

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    The odds of pulling inserts and YGs should be printing on the packs, no? Can anyone post a pic of the odds?

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    There is a Dollar Tree right across the street from my house, I bought a few packs last winter and got nothing - nor did I expect anything but I gave them a shot anyway hoping I would pull at least a canvas or YG..........I don't believe those 4 card packs contain inserts, parallels or even YG's. As a matter of fact there is a video on youtube where a kid/teenager bought 50 packs and opened them all on camera and he got nothing but base cards - and crappy base cards at that..... Those 4 card packs are a total ripoff and my theory is that UD uses those 4 card packs to dump their excess base cards.

    While we're on the subject of Upper Deck products that are ripoffs -- those Upper Deck Tins are a ripoff as well. They cost like $10 more than a blaster box, and all you get is a Winter Classic jumbo card and the tin itself.. I would take a blaster box (and the jumbo YG that comes with it) over a tin any day of the week.. My preference tho are Fat Packs er "Jumbo Packs" as we used to call them back in the day - those things are "hit factories".... Unfortunately due to where I live I don't have access to retail or hobby packs/boxes - nor have I locally been able to purchase any product beyond Upper Deck, MVP & Parkhurst..

    Thank God for Dave & Adams Card World.. I would love to visit their outlet store in Buffalo (I think that's where it is) I hear it's the size of a Walmart - sounds like Heaven to me... I would love to walk in there one day with $5,000-10,000 in cash and drive away in a van stuffed with cards...

    Sorry for getting off topic, lol.
    The UD Tins are awesome! (at $20 each via DACW) , three young guns, and same odds for canvas YG's)
    I'll take half a hobby box for $20 all day long.

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