(08-19-2012 06:42 PM)acevanquish Wrote: If they can't/won't help me I can try Topps support. I might get something better in exchange. I just don't want to give up the regular packs. I would always wonder what was in them. I just want to exchange the retail exclusives that I should have gotten.
(08-20-2012 07:02 AM)acevanquish Wrote: After thinking about this all night, I think I understand what he means. Since he created this thread and I went to the store after seeing it, Toys R Us *jokingly* took my retail refractors and gave them to him as a referral fee.
You can't confuse me like that when I'm already trying to figure out why I got late 80s Donruss and Leaf in my '10-'11 Topps.
(08-20-2012 07:33 AM)75toppsfan Wrote: I dunno ace, you look pretty confused in that photo if you ask me!
(08-19-2012 06:14 PM)acevanquish Wrote: ...as he said just before running out to buy some hanger packs >_>
I got a 2010 Topps Chrome that is supposed to have "3 exclusive refractor cards." I got 3 1989 Donruss cards O_o What!? Ok, set that aside, guess I'll have to take it back and try to explain to some Toys R Us mom why that isn't what should be in there. They only had 1 so the other that I picked with it was regular 2010 Topps. That pack was fine, but also was not supposed to contain any retail exclusive anythings.
Next 2011 Bowman Platinum with 3 Purple Refractors. Open up the little clear thing and my refractors are a 1992 Leaf, and 2x 1995 Studio credit card looking cards that I have seen before. o_O Double WTF. I have 1 more 2011 Bowman Platinum that is completely in the original wrapping. It looks like the little 3 pack of refractors is more 80s/90s junk that I plan to open in front of them in the store. The part that bugs me the most is I want to open the regular packs but I'm going to wait until I show them everything. I don't know what they can do about the refractor cards. It's not like they have them laying around by themselves. :| *sigh*