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(07-14-2011 12:33 PM)deuce6000 Wrote: What exactly is a buyback? Is it just like a redemption?
(07-14-2011 12:07 PM)deuce6000 Wrote: Sweet do they slab them and everything right on spot?
(07-14-2011 03:28 PM)osujeffrey Wrote: They give you what is called a soft grade. Then place them in a semi permanent holder. If you want to, send it then you can with the promise the grade will not go down. I have heard rumors you get higher grades in person? We will see.
(07-14-2011 01:57 PM)gangstippie Wrote: The companies buy back the actual released cards from the past and have them autoed and reissued in a later product.
(07-14-2011 04:50 PM)aviat0rshades Wrote: Since I'm still relatively new to breaking boxes, and havent busted a lot this has been my favorite so far. I haven't pulled a lot of high end stuff so this was cool.
(07-14-2011 12:21 PM)volatty Wrote: Mine probably was from this past February. I had been wanting to get a Bradford auto but hadn't landed one yet. I bought a box of Unrivaled at the LCS and boom:
and the last really thick pack----
I about crapped myself.
The other best break just happened a week ago. Got a box of 2011 Press Pass and pulled Colin Kaepernick auto #/99, Andy Dalton auto, J.J. Watt auto #/199, a Jake Locker jersey #/50 and a Mark Ingram red ink auto with a print run of 11. Couldn't ask for a better box overall, especially since I had been on a cold streak for a while.