Saturday, October 2, 2010

Topps Platinum Under Review

Guest Review: Russ Cohen

Whenever there is a release that costs around $82.00 that’s enough of an investment that the collector is expecting some instant value and value down the road, this set offers the value down the road but I’m not sure about the instant value.

I managed to get 43 rookies cards, which means they are falling almost at a rate of two per pack. If you are looking to get a Sam Bradford or Golden Tate then you will, but it won’t have a lot of value on the secondary market.

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1 comments:

Charles @ Hoopography said...

Topps Platinum looks like it would be a fun box to open. I'm just not huge on the overall design of the product. It is cool that you can grab a boat load of rc's though.

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