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Posted on January 27, 2012 – 12:22 pm | Author: chrisolds
Box Busters & Ripping Retail, Football | 2011 Topps supreme, Box Busters & Ripping Retail, featured, nfl, Topps | Comments (4)
Join Beckett Football’s Dan Hitt and Andrew Tolentino as they rip into a pair of 2011 Topps Supreme boxes in this latest edition of Box Busters.
What will they find inside? Watch and find out …
Ok, that sucked. I can think of 100 things I can do with $100 then buy that crap. Sorry Topps but this is one product I will stay away from.
i just bought a box of this and busted it yesterday. 3 base cards and a jersey card. i’ll be lucky to get $5 for the 4 cards.
I understand above three comments. 2011 Topps Supreme is a “High Risk, High Reward” product. If you are looking for one single box you can bust and sell the singles at a profit on eBay, Supreme is not for you. And, eBay auctions of raw singles have been weak for some time (I have been getting much more for my eBay sales using “Buy It Now or Best Offer” for BGS graded cards). However, that’s another subject. Back to 2011 Topps Supreme.
I have observed customers opening five cases of 2011 Topps Supreme in my store. While one case was pretty weak, the other four had some great hits. Two Joe Montana Autos, two Jerry Rice Autos, Two Cam Newton Auto RCs, a Cam Newton Auto Patch Book #d/10, many top tier auto RCs, and a few major stars autos and sick patches. Four of the five cases had an Auto/Jersey Book. And, all cards were beautifully designed.
If you open enough boxes of Topps Supreme and get them graded by Beckett, you will have a beautiful collection of cards that should sell on eBay (Buy it now or Best Offer) for more than you paid for them.
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