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    Vending Machine Pull

    I put $3 into a vending machine and pulled a Upper Deck MVP Kobe Bryant Rise to Occasion parallel-bv$25, Dwayne Wade RC-bv$4, Kevin Garnett Diary-bv$3

    Not too bad for a vending machine.

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    where do they have vending machines that sell cards?? this is the first time i have ever heard of this lol

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    Originally posted by bravesfan86
    where do they have vending machines that sell cards?? this is the first time i have ever heard of this lol
    I don't know where he got his at, but my local supermarket used to have one.
    My collecting habits are continually changing. Right now focusing on ABA basketball and TTM autos. Always looking for lots of 70's basketball cards.
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    Yes, my local supermarket just got one about two or three months ago. I was so surprised, i didnt know they did that. Its mostly older cards though from like 94 or 97. And a lot of series two packs of baseball. Its probably stuff somebody couldnt sell. Luckily there are a couple options for 2003 cards.

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    Ah Superman23, im still waiting for my cards. Whatever happened man. Did you send them Pony Express..........nlol

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    I have seen those before back in the day when i was alot younger they had those football wild card packs. I didn't know they started it again.

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    Went again today. Put 4.50 in the machine and pulled:

    LeBron James RC bv-$15
    Antonio McDyess Materials bv-$10

    Im having a lot of luck with this machine. Put in about 7 bucks and pulled over $50 in card value.

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