View Poll Results: Harry Potter 5 or Topps 205??

10. This poll is closed
  • Harry Potter 5

    2 20.00%
  • Packs of Topps 205

    3 30.00%
  • Don't spend money... save it up to buy a box of Topps 205

    2 20.00%
  • buy some other box or pack of cards

    3 30.00%
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  1. #1

    Talking Poll everyoens been waiting for

    This is the hardest poll in the world...

    Buy Harry Potter 5 or buy some packs of topps 205

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  3. #2
    Not the poll I have been waiting for...but I am really liking these Harry Potter books. I go with both...or

  4. #3
    I think you ought to buy the book over the packs since you might get some bad packs by chance.... but you could also probably borrow or check out the book from the library.

  5. #4

  6. #5
    Not a big Harry Potter fan..... Never read one book never seen one movie.

  7. #6
    i hate Harry potter i tried to watch the movie but got so bored and fell asleep

  8. #7
    don't bother with Harry Potter craze

    remember all those beanie babies?

    go with baseball --- these have been around for 100+ years

  9. #8
    What's the big deal with Topps 205? Is that the # of cards in the set? And what's such a big deal about that?

    And wait for the paperback for HP #5.

  10. #9
    Harry Potter #5 - 28.95

    HP & Baseball Cards - 50.00

    Have a friend that works at a bookstore check out Harry Potter for you so you can spend your money on baseball cards - priceless
    Last edited by Enigma; 06-20-2003 at 06:16 AM.

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