Cart 0

1995-96 Upper Deck Predictor Retail

Filters

  • Price Range
  • To

Stats Zone

Beckett real time pricing

  • Total Cards
  • 60
  • # of MEM
  • 0
  • # of RC
  • 0
  • # of AU
  • 0
  • # of SER
  • 0

Other Actions

Set Information

The 60 cards in this interactive set were randomly inserted in retail packs from both series. R1-R30 were inserted at a rate of 1:30 series 1 retail packs, and 1:17 Value Added retail packs, while cards R31-R60 were inserted at a rate of 1:23 retail series 2 packs. A card could be redeemed if the player pictured finished first or second in the race for the scoring category featured. Cards R1-R10 battled for the assists crown, R11-R20 aimed to be the m… [Read More]

The 60 cards in this interactive set were randomly inserted in retail packs from both series. R1-R30 were inserted at a rate of 1:30 series 1 retail packs, and 1:17 Value Added retail packs, while cards R31-R60 were inserted at a rate of 1:23 retail series 2 packs. A card could be redeemed if the player pictured finished first or second in the race for the scoring category featured. Cards R1-R10 battled for the assists crown, R11-R20 aimed to be the most prolific snipers, R21-R30 aimed to reach the top of the point scoring heap, R31-R40 were shooting for Art Ross, R41-R50 were in search of Lester B. Pearson, and R51-R60 were players looking to be awarded the Conn Smythe. However, a printing error at the printing plant reversed the intended categories on cards R1-R10 and R11-R20. In light of this, Upper Deck decided to honour a card as a winner if the player pictured won in either category. The cards of Mario Lemieux (R32, R42), Jaromir Jagr, Patrick Roy, Ron Francis and the Long Shots in the Assists, Goals, Points, and Smythe categories may be somewhat harder to find, as many were redeemed as winners. [Collapse]

Header lines

Description Price Low Price High
Market Report