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    2002/2003 Topps Chrome Most bang for your buck

    This product is definitely a winner in my book. I bought a box of this for $90 and after opening it I was very very pleased. In 24 packs I received 23 rookies in the box along with a Shaq auto and 8 refractors(including insert refractors). I received all the main rookies including Ming, Wagner, Williams, Gooden, etc. I strongly recommend it.

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    Re: 2002/2003 Topps Chrome Most bang for your buck

    Originally posted by john1170
    This product is definitely a winner in my book. I bought a box of this for $90 and after opening it I was very very pleased. In 24 packs I received 23 rookies in the box along with a Shaq auto and 8 refractors(including insert refractors). I received all the main rookies including Ming, Wagner, Williams, Gooden, etc. I strongly recommend it.
    Thank you for the advice. I usually don't buy basketball cards but it seems like you made out very very well which is not common in the world of cards today.

    Most of the time I buy a box and can't even get equal value for it.
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    I have only bought a handfull of packs of this product. Maybe 10, but I was really happy. I have got a Yao and Amare plus lots of rookie refractors and insert cards. I think Chrome cards look really nice too.

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    These cards are well worth the money. I picked up about 7 packs at $3 a piece, and I was very pleased. I recieved 4 rookie cards, and a Kidd refractor /250.

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    I bought a few of these as well. I don't remember exactly who I got but I do remember getting a rookie from last years draft.

    I think chrome products are a pretty good bet all across the board.


    BGray

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    I haven't bought the Topps Chrome basketball, but I have purchased four boxes of their 2003 Baseball Series 1 and although I love the look of the cards, I didn't receive that many outstanding cards and I seemed to pull alot of doubles and triples from the boxes...The Series 2 is releasing the beginning of next week and does have some rookies such as Matsui and Contreras being offered for those of you who are interested!!!

  8. #7
    Originally posted by Qball76
    I haven't bought the Topps Chrome basketball, but I have purchased four boxes of their 2003 Baseball Series 1 and although I love the look of the cards, I didn't receive that many outstanding cards and I seemed to pull alot of doubles and triples from the boxes...The Series 2 is releasing the beginning of next week and does have some rookies such as Matsui and Contreras being offered for those of you who are interested!!!
    Q,
    I bought some of the chrome baseball series 1 and really wasnt happy either. Personally I haven't liked any of the 03 baseball... Seems like Bowman Chrome is the best bet anymore.

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    Ya when it comes to cardboard I am saving my cash for a few hobby boxes of Bowman Chrome...I was going to buy some series 2 but after it took me four boxes of series 1 just to be 4 cards away from completing a set I wasn't very pleased...

    Hey Radio I don't suppost you have a #113 Rafael Furcal by chance, he is the last one I need to complete my set???

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    Looks like a good product. First pack I open yielded a Jordan Refractor BV $50.

    Tim

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    Originally posted by Qball76
    Ya when it comes to cardboard I am saving my cash for a few hobby boxes of Bowman Chrome...I was going to buy some series 2 but after it took me four boxes of series 1 just to be 4 cards away from completing a set I wasn't very pleased...

    Hey Radio I don't suppost you have a #113 Rafael Furcal by chance, he is the last one I need to complete my set???
    No, I don't see it, but if I find another chrome stash with it in it, Ill let you know.

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