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    Post SGC E-mail Specials 3/15/2003

    Introducing SGC's new special:
    "March Madness"
    $15 per card
    3 Business Day Turnaround
    Please be sure to include shipping and insurance charges.
    Cannot be combined with any other coupon, offer or special.
    Offer expires 3/31/03
    Be sure to mark “March Madness” on your invoice:
    Online Invoice

    Time is running out!
    Hurry and take advantage of SGC’s
    “Economy Buster Special”
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    Any card 1980 - Present - $5 per card
    20 Business Day Turnaround
    ****
    Any Vintage card - $10 per card
    10 Business Day Turnaround
    Send in 50 or more cards and pay only $6 per card
    Please be sure to include shipping & insurance charges.
    CANNOT BE COMBINED with any other coupon, offer or special.
    Offer expires 3/31/03
    Be sure to mark “Economy Buster” on your invoice:
    Online Invoice

    “Set Registry Special”
    Any card from 1980 to Present
    $4 per card (25 card minimum)
    Any card from 1970's - $5 per card
    Any card from 1949 to 1969 - $6 per card
    Crossovers - $3 per card
    20 business day turnaround on all of above
    Please be sure to include shipping and insurance charges.
    CANNOT BE COMBINED with any other coupon, offer or special.
    Offer expires 3/31/03
    Be sure to mark “Set Registry” on your invoice:
    Online Invoice

    SGC now offers Custom Storage Boxes for your SGC Graded Sportscards!
    These sturdy and attractive white cardboard boxes proudly bear the SGC logo and hold approximately 45 SGC graded cards. SGC storage boxes are available by contacting Scott Hersh at 1-800-742-9212 or emailing him at Shersh@sgccard.com. Boxes are $3.00 each or $2.50 each when purchasing 4 or more. Prices do not include shipping.

    Did you know that SGC accepts Bulk Submissions?
    Call 1-800-SGC-9212 and ask for more details!
    Or email Steve at SHrusovsky@sgccard.com

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    Thanks for the info kingpin! I've never gotten a card graded by SGC. I've bought several and think they've got a nice grading system.

    BGray

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    no problem... I've never used SGC either, but I figured someone might find the specials useful.

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    with the any industry, there are spinoffs, you know turmmoil at the top about decisions, as I don't have a lot of graded cards and the one;s that I do have I like except for my lebron james by spa the card is too loose in the holder. although psa and BGS are still the leaders in the grading industry. I would be willing to bet that alot of these other companies that pop up are from people that started with one those above mentioned guys. and their product is probably better than BGS, but of course is beckett going to rate a card graded by another company higher than their cards heck no. so until another guide comes out besides tuff stuff, beckett will keep their premium on grades.

    and that suck too, because some of the other companies I believe are better.

    just my thought
    gio

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