(10-16-2012 09:11 AM)koolkellygirl Wrote: [ -> ]I like Platinum and Topps Prime. With Platinum, every card looks like an insert Plus, you can usually get blasters of each at Target. Rookies and Stars is cool too..JMO!
(10-16-2012 11:29 AM)bigtrip18 Wrote: [ -> ]Score and Topps are the most low-end you can go. Topps Jumbo wouldn't be bad either. A lot of base but also an auto/gu thrown in there with nice some short prints and a few nice reprint designs.
Thanks. Went out and got a few packs of 2012 Topps this afternoon. Got a few inserts/parallels. I think my favorite is the Ed Reed throwback design mini-tall boy.
(10-16-2012 11:29 AM)Magnifico21 Wrote: [ -> ]I say Topps Prime, it's reasonably priced and have seen some great hits! I like the photography on the cards also.
I'll have to consider that. I just got regular Topps. I did pull a Paramount Pair Dez Bryant/Justin Blackmon. Thanks for the advice.
My choice for the prices that Prime and Platinum go for would be Certified. I'm not sold on the redesign this year but it has been great since 2010.
If you want to try some last years stuff out, Absolute prices have dropped to around $100.
2012 Finest mini boxes have an auto in each and you get a shot at die cut inserts and refractor parallels.
I'd say stay away from Absolute, or anything else with limited packs. Jdetter is right, you want to find something decent go with Score inscriptions, the only hits are autos, quite a few low $ cards and a healthy mix of vets and rcs.