Posted on July 24, 2012 – 11:58 am | Author: chrisolds
Basketball, Box Busters & Ripping Retail | 2011-12 Panini Gold Standard, Box Busters & Ripping Retail, NBA, Panini America, Rookie Cards | Comments (12)
Join Beckett Basketball‘s Rob Springs and Chris Olds as they rip into a pair 2011-12 Panini Gold Standard boxes in this latest edition of Box Busters.
What will they find inside? Watch and find out …
WOW…i really do not see the value in getting a “brick” lol
$200 you would expect the mem cards to be patches and not the same old plain swatches, player variety is decent but not spectacular in my opinion.
This product is terrible! Spent $200 on my first box last week and the best card I got was a Jason Kidd auto numbered /25. The best part? Jason Kidd was the most recognizable name in the box. The Kidd auto was damaged as was the other auto I received. Not a fan of having to send back cards to be replaced from a $200 premium product…
WOW Panini really 200 a box for a Kidd auto sorry Steve…… So Chris do you keep the cards or do you guys sell them.
it looks to me like, even with both boxes, you didnt even break even. thank god i stay away from basketball cards.
I’d rather get kicked in the jimmy than spend $200 for this…..
All so called premium/high end products, no matter what company puts them out, is a rip off. I’ve learned my lesson several years ago.I love card collecting but these so called premium/high end products is whats killing the market. Think about. $200 for a pack of 10 cards. You get 2 mem cards, 2 autos and 6 base cards. Your mem cards are not worth crap because it’s not a multi-colored patch or a logo (William Walsh I agree with you 100%). Your autos are anything special , they are not inscribed or anything like that. Steve I hate to say but your Jason Kidd auto isn’t worth anymore then
Steve I hate say but your Jason Kidd auto isn’t worth anymore them my Jason Kidd auto numbered out of 25 from previous years Elite. The card companies have fooled us into thinking that because the cards are on a thicker stock, you know the one that they use as the fake mem card in the packs for the lower end to mid range products. I know what I am saying will annoy some people but think about it. 2012 Topps Inception is about $150/box 7 cards/box. Andrew Luck’s rc auto #/150 sells for $150. 2012 Prestige is about $110/box 24 packs/box. Andrew Luck’s rc auto #/299 sells for $200+ So would somebody tell me what is the “high reward” of buying a premium/high end products.
UHHg Rather wait n see if Fleer Retro is decent at least might get Lebron Jordan
Never was a fan of hi end like this Give Topps A liscence pleeeease I need my Chrome cards and the redemps
Really every Product wow xrc to me.
While I certainly don’t have the cash for an entire box of this, I will be scoping out the Derrick Rose’s on ebay. I found quite a few from last years Gold Standard for pretty fair prices. The cards look fantastic, but I’m pretty sure this product is aimed at collectors with money to burn.
I paid $175 for my box and I got a Blake Griffin auto numbered to 25. This was my first time buying a high end box. If I hadn’t got the hit I would be totally upset at what I paid. These cards are beautiful IN PERSON. ANd Im with Tom. Please give topps a liscence. I MISS BASKETBALL REFRACTORS>and redemptions SUCK!!!
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