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    2007 Cards

    Just curious, and I know it's probably a long ways off, but when do the new sets start coming out? I presume Press Pass, Sage, and probably Topps Draft Picks & Prospects are first out. When do they get released? Just wondering so I can start getting money ready for the new year.

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    Topps Draft Picks is April 23rd (I think). Not sure about sage and press pass

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    why all the sage and press pass haters??? it's a nice nitch for the hobby... it provides early releases in college uni's and affordable super star autos... Im not a huge fan, but they have their place... just my rant... LOL

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    set design is horrible plus a bunch of no name autos...base rc's are so plentiful they shouldn't be worth more than $1

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    I don't hate Sage and Press Pass...but I can't see spending the money that they're asking for the cards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shinino
    I don't hate Sage and Press Pass...but I can't see spending the money that they're asking for the cards.

    Thats why you wait until everyone starts spending money on the other stuff and then step in and scoop up the Sage and PP!! Just look at some of the more notible rookies from this year, their cards can be had for cheap and I think they are great cards, especially for the college team collectors!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fonda1119
    Topps Draft Picks is April 23rd (I think). Not sure about sage and press pass
    It gets released beford the draft? Doubtful.

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