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(10-17-2012 07:39 PM)jpleazme805 Wrote: If you truly want to collect the set for yourself.. I would keep it up, but buy them when you see them for a decent price.. don't be buying bkb cards using your credit card.. you'll end up paying way more than expected after all that interest adds up.. I spent $5K on one of my credit cards a few years ago, buying cases... & singles I needed. I will never put that much on a credit card again, especially cardboard... credit cards are meant for use during emergencies...
If you can get some cheap BGS 8's, then I would pick those up & then replace them when you can... that way you can still complete a graded set.. & resell them down the road.. keep track how much you spent for them, so you can make sure you don't lose money on them... I've done that with a few of my cards... I started keeping track how much I spent for each of my Jordan Farmar cards...
If you have a photobucket, show off your collection & welcome to Beckett!!
(03-04-2013 05:46 AM)hercules21 Wrote: congrats on the accomplishment. that's a nice looking bucket.
(03-04-2013 11:04 AM)user_3n5kp Wrote: STUNNING!! Greatest basketball set of all time, hands down.
I was going after a full BGS 8.5 set and decided to sell off commons and change out to raw because it was getting expensive...at 9.5??? DAMN.
(03-04-2013 11:37 AM)Elee712 Wrote: Thanks!
It is expensive but it's really not that bad if you compare it to the modern jersey/auto/numbered/logoman etc etc the can be multiple thousands per card even though they're not their rookie cards. I don't think I can/should get into the modern cards.