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    Behold the ultra-limited Gretzky Hot Dog set—a perforated 4-card sheet! It’s available only with purchase of the Victory Dog, tasty homage to The Great One’s legendary pre-game ritual, at Pink’s (LA), Byron’s (CHI), and Gray’s Papaya New York. Sheets include two extra-rare young Waynes, one iconic hot dog stand, and the official Victory Dog mascot. You got three days to collect all three color ways! Happy hunting!

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    Cool little set. I wish more places did stuff like this. Great cards!

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    I'm from the Chicagoland area, however Byron's is pretty far from me.. I'd probably go if I could get a dozen or so sets and grab a hot dog while I'm at it, tho I generally only eat Portillo's hot dogs.

    They look pretty cool - I really like that 1972 Topps baseball design, and I suppose the sets are probably very limited as well.. I mean Byron's only has a couple of locations in Chicago so Upper Deck probably didn't print that much of them. This promotion certainly isn't anything close to McDonalds or other national or international chain restaurants..

    I wonder how Upper Deck gets around copyright infringement considering that card design is essentially a 1972 Topps baseball design.

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