One of the few products that is usually left at WalMart after being picked over is the Hoops holiday boxes. I don’t understand as this is probably my favorite product since I discovered it.
A few weeks ago, I found Prizm in the wild. Yes, I grabbed them all but that was to give to my local hobby shop because they can’t get them from their distributor. As I was leaving, someone else came to the card aisle looking for it. I gave him a box.
I have seen a handful of these opened and this is a typical pack.
Here is a card that I have from 2017.
As someone who enjoys the Grizzlies, I was pleasantly surprised to see Ja Morant. I am curious why it doesn’t say that it is a rookie card though.
Ever since I discovered these last year, I can’t get enough of them. They are $20 when you can find them.
I didn’t hit the top 2 rookies in the class which disappointed me.
I am ashamed to admit that I went Prizm hunting this week. I came away empty handed in that venture but came across wave 2 of these.
You know, I have opened a ton of these but never in the year of its release. Well its about time and naturally I did awful. Is it normal to not get a single rookie?
I wanted this so bad that despite not seeing it in SoCal big retailers, I ordered one.
My birthday was on Wednesday and I was lucky enough to get a hobby box for it. One of my favorite products of the year is Chronicles and I was lucky enough to get a box that.
I was puzzled to find a Donruss card in here. Does anyone know the reasoning? As someone who opened more Donruss baseball this year than any product, I think that I might be ticked off unless this is an updated rookie set.
So my first 3 hits probably didn’t even amount to the value of a hobby pack. I opened the above hits first and by that point, I had given up on the box until:
This is a dream card for me. Tom Glavine is one of my all time favorite players in any sport. He is one of the greatest left handed pitchers of all time and was drafted as a hockey player, for my Kings. The Braves are one of my least favorite teams; I loathe them as much as a rational person hates the New England Patriots. Despite this, Glavine somehow found a way into my heart.