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zelman7 Wrote:Chris,$0$0$0$0I was looking around the internet about possibly purchasing a box of 2001 Bowman Chrome, but have also seen that there was a deadline (June 30, 2003) to redeem certain inserted cards (i.e. Albert Pujols Rookie Auto). So my questions are: Is there still a way to redeem a special insert if one is to be found in a pack? What does Topps/Bowman do if a redemption card is sent in past the redemption deadline? And what happens to all those non-redeemed cards of theirs if they don't honor the redemption past the deadline? $0$0$0$0$0If there isn't a way to redeem an insert, then what is the point in paying over $600 for a box when the very best cards can't be had?$0$0$0$0$0Thanks for your help and time.$0$0$0$0$0Jeff$0
hometownhero Wrote:hey chris i was just looking at the feb monthly looking at the T-206 and it says that the framed piedmont relic cards are 1:71 but i know for a fact that you get at least 1 maybe two per box and then it state that old mill are 1:105 and have .4x- 1x how is this? i understand that it this way with base & rookie cards some times, but with inserts i was under the impression that if they are harder pulls they have greater value except as i stated above. can you explaine this so it's more clear thanks chuck
chrisolds Wrote:CUBuffs13 Wrote:I noticed recently that Gary Sheffield was included in the continuation of Upper Deck's 500 Home Run Club set and was wondering why no cards were ever produced for Barry Bonds and Alex Rodriguez.
$0$0Quick answer: I believe it's because they have/had deals with Topps.$0
CUBuffs13 Wrote:I noticed recently that Gary Sheffield was included in the continuation of Upper Deck's 500 Home Run Club set and was wondering why no cards were ever produced for Barry Bonds and Alex Rodriguez.