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Exclusive Jack Eichel Young Guns redemption card available through Upper Deck and Dave & Adam’s arena promotion

00000 By Stephen Laroche | Beckett Hockey Editor The Buffalo Sabres may have had their fair share of struggles on the ice in recent years, but the club does have several promising and talented young players that may help them evolve into a playoff contender in the near future. Since fans in the city are […]

What will 2015 bring? Hobby Predictions: Part I

What will the hobby hold for 2015? We’ve asked a few industry insiders and other notable collectors. Here’s what they have boldly predicted to see in the coming year.

Dave & Adam’s & GTS offer U.S. collectors chance to grab Japanese MLB cards

Are you ready for the arrival of 2013 Topps Supreme baseball cards?

Companies prepare for Black Friday — where the industry’s creativity continues to show

These aren’t your mother’s or father’s approaches to buying sports cards. Heck, they aren’t even your way of buying cards a few years ago.

Behind the Scenes: Where the magic happens in the sports card industry — outtakes & more

The reality is that in many instances the locations that help sports cards come to life — or come to your door — look a lot like everywhere else but with hints and touches that there might be something unique, something creative, going on at times. Here’s an inside look at some of these places.

Major dealers already readying for Black Friday

It’s one part competition, one part promotion, one part entertainment. It’s Black Friday — and its’ coming in roughly two weeks.

In hobby, Black Friday isn’t just about prices

Some retailers — those known for low prices and high volume — will make Black Friday, the No. 1 sales day of the year, not only one about deals — but also one about luck and added promotion.

Onyx Authenticated readies two more Preferred Players Collection baseball products

Onyx Authenticated’s debut release of Preferred Players Collection, a boxed memorabilia product, has been well-received — so much so it’s now getting the Ernie Banks treatment. As in “let’s play two.”