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(04-18-2013 07:07 AM)cowboy1501 Wrote: Why not just get your entire set graded? Now that the registry is working it's just a matter of time until Beckett starts having contests & you would be able to enter your complete graded set to compete against other graded sets & possibly win prizes. I plan on getting my entire set of 2012 Topps Football cards graded & eventually entering it in the contests & besides once you have your complete set graded if ALL the cards get high grades your set would be worth more money than the ungraded version.
(04-18-2013 12:41 PM)jchavestx Wrote: You're looking at least $3,500 to get an entire set of 2012 Topps Football graded by BGS (440 cards). If you're gonna do that from a value standpoint, it wouldn't be worth it.
I dont even think a contest prize from the BGS registry would make up for the amount of debt you would accumulate while paying for grading fees for such a mammoth set.