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2012 topps?
08-07-2012, 09:04 AM
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2012 topps?
I was just trying to get some input on buying ..which would be better to get a so called hit ? Single packs , rack pack , blaster box , or the 10.00 box?
I purchased a box yesterday didn't really get anything besides the free patch card, a cool Broadway Joe (nameth ) card and some cool mini cards I call them tobacco cards. All help and suggestions will be appreciated .
Thanks
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08-07-2012, 09:40 AM
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RE: 2012 topps?
box is ur best bet. single packs are notoriouse for being pack searched

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08-07-2012, 10:21 AM
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RE: 2012 topps?
Thanks man, yeah I noticed that the cards weren't factory set in the box its self some were facing upside down and what not.
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08-07-2012, 05:19 PM
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RE: 2012 topps?
I think the 72-card boxes are the best, I believe they're $14.99 ... you get one rookie jersey and 16 rookie cards, whereas a blaster for $19.99 has only 12-14 rookies and no guaranteed hit, other than the manufactured patch card.

Basically, you get a better mix of cards for $5 cheaper, which means you could basically add a free rack pack for the price of a blaster.
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08-07-2012, 10:54 PM (This post was last modified: 08-07-2012 10:57 PM by SteelerPenguinsFTW.)
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RE: 2012 topps?
(08-07-2012 09:04 AM)bamamania89 Wrote:  I was just trying to get some input on buying ..which would be better to get a so called hit ? Single packs , rack pack , blaster box , or the 10.00 box?
I purchased a box yesterday didn't really get anything besides the free patch card, a cool Broadway Joe (nameth ) card and some cool mini cards I call them tobacco cards. All help and suggestions will be appreciated .
Thanks
I'd wait a few days til hobby packs are released and buy a Jumbo HTA box. But if retail is your only option I'd stick with a blaster or 10.00 value box. loose packs and rack packs can be searched (damn idiot at my local walmart bending packs every wednesday).

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(08-07-2012 05:19 PM)rjcj2017 Wrote:  I think the 72-card boxes are the best, I believe they're $14.99 ... you get one rookie jersey and 16 rookie cards, whereas a blaster for $19.99 has only 12-14 rookies and no guaranteed hit, other than the manufactured patch card.

Basically, you get a better mix of cards for $5 cheaper, which means you could basically add a free rack pack for the price of a blaster.

Oh i have yet to see these boxes. I'm gonna have to pick a few up tomorrow .These seem like the way to go!
(08-07-2012 05:19 PM)rjcj2017 Wrote:  I think the 72-card boxes are the best, I believe they're $14.99 ... you get one rookie jersey and 16 rookie cards, whereas a blaster for $19.99 has only 12-14 rookies and no guaranteed hit, other than the manufactured patch card.

Basically, you get a better mix of cards for $5 cheaper, which means you could basically add a free rack pack for the price of a blaster.

Oh i have yet to see these boxes. I'm gonna have to pick a few up tomorrow .These seem like the way to go!
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08-08-2012, 09:20 AM
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RE: 2012 topps?
Bending packs man I got a guy who bends and measures packs and even feels the top of the pack and ends up damaging cards in the process
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