Posted on December 7, 2012 – 6:15 pm | Author: chrisolds
Baseball, Beckett Updates, Breaker Central, News Categories | 2012 Playoff Prime Cuts, 2012 Prime Cuts, featured, Goose Gossage, Ivan Rodriguez, Los Angeles Angels, Los Angeles Dodgers, mike trout, New York Yankees, Panini America, Tommy Lasorda | Comments (15)
Join Beckett Baseball‘s Brian Fleischer and Chris Olds as they rip into two boxes of 2012 Prime Cuts in this latest edition of Box Busters.
What will they find inside? Watch and find out …
$150 for THAT?! No thanks.
Hey! Did 2011 Prime Cuts come with more cards for the same price?
Wow two cards for $150 , no MLB LOGO yet and STICKER AUTOS . Sorry not for me .
That product is a vile insult – you either did Prime Cuts a disservice for showing this garbage on video (because I’m 110% certain I won’t buy any after seeing this video) or you’ve done me and other collectors a great public service (by protecting us from buying that nonsensical heap of crap)…..depends on one’s point of view I suppose. It just seems like more and more of the card companies are getting more aggressive than ever before with the “high risk, high reward” concept…….
do you guy actually have to pay for those boxes
i hope they were free boxes from panini
Neither of those boxes ended up being worth 150 bucks. This town is a joke.
i like the 2011 product better then this year and you get more for the buck in 2011
pure trash from your old buddy tracy hackler.
With a name like prime cuts, and only 2 cards, they should have at least included a vacuum packed 10 oz filet mignon in that box, that would have been the best hit, lol
Do the companies know that collectors only have so much money. If I am going to spend my dollars on a high end product, I’m spending it on Tier or Triple Threads where I will see a possible Dodger player auto in jersey!
I agree with all the comments. Prime Cuts should be just that, at $150 a pop, a cut auto should be in every pack. The cost is way too much to pay for a prospect. I’m glad I didn’t buy a pack. My friend did and he just about threw up in my friend’s store. Instead I bought a box of Upper Deck All-Star Sports and pulled a dual auto of Michael Jordan/Larry Bird #2/10. I think I did slightly better.
Panini stick to basketball, you can barely make decent basketball cards so don’t ruin other sports.
I had high hopes when they got the mlbpa license.
Even was excited but after continually putting out over priced (very) trash like this for a year, no thanks.
and this is why I won’t buy Panini brand…I liked the video…until I saw the cards
typical Panini. No bang for the buck
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