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  1. #1

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    What’s the best way to figure out if you pull something worth anything or not?

    Hey guys, I’ve been breaking some stuff lately, and have noticed some sets I’ve been buying stuff from have SPs, SSPs, Variations etc. in the set that sell extremely well, especially with the big guys like Ohtani, Trout, Acuna, Soto etc, so I guess my question is, and I’m sure others have as well, what is the best way to find out if you pull any of these Base Card Variations that sell well? Without looking up each individual card that is, obv you can do that, and I know there’s like action shots and color swaps and stuff, so any info on the best way to tell a Base Card worth less than .50c and a Variation worth $50+ etc. or something similar is greatly appreciated-
    Thanks as always,

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    If I am understanding you correctly, the best way to determine this is the code on the back of the card. Topps has different codes for base, SP, variations, etc.

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