As I’ve stated before I buy a lot of my cards from www.dacardworld.com. Not only are they a great Buffalo company but they also have some of the best prices on the internet. I’ve done breaks with them but I mostly buy boxes when they go on sale or clearance. So when I saw these cards go on sale for under 20 bucks a box I bought a bunch.
Here are the details:
Look for Four Autographs or Memorabilia Cards per Box, including at least One Autograph!
Find Freshman Orientation and Dress for Success Rookie Material Cards!
Look for Exclusive Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald Parallels as well as Material, Signature, and Signature Material Versions!
Featuring a 240-card Base Set, consisting of 100 Longevity Commons, 100 Longevity Rookies, and 40 Rookie Materials Longevity Ruby!
Also look for these randomly inserted cards:
– Longevity Commons/Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald (100 cards)
– Longevity Rookies/Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald (100 cards)
– Longevity Rookies Ruby Signatures/Sapphire Signatures/Emerald Signatures (100 cards)
– Rookie Materials Longevity Ruby/Signatures (40 cards)
– Material Longevity Ruby Signatures/Sapphire Signatures/Emerald Signatures (20 cards)
– Rookie Materials Longevity Sapphire/Signatures (40 cards)
– Rookie Materials Longevity Emerald/Signatures (40 cards)
– Freshman Orientation Materials (40 cards)
– Dress for Success Materials (40 cards)
– CrossTraining Materials (20 cards)
10 Packs per Box, 5 Cards per Pack
Here are the hits:
2013 Panini Rookies & Stars Longevity Ruby #28 Dez Bryant
2013 Panini Rookies & Stars Longevity Ruby #71 Matt Flynn
2013 Panini Rookies & Stars Longevity Ruby #125 Denard Robinson
2013 Panini Rookies & Stars Longevity Ruby #182 Onterio McCalebb
2013 Panini Rookies & Stars Cross Training Materials #9 Justin Hunter
2013 Panini Rookies & Stars Cross Training Materials #15 Quinton Patton
2013 Panini Rookies & Stars Freshman Orientation Materials #32 Stedman Bailey
2013 Panini Rookies & Stars Longevity Ruby #226 Mike Gillislee 051/299
This was a very fun box to open. They are really nice looking cards. At least 8 out of 50 cards are a jersey, numbered, autographed or parallels. Plus the bonus is that I technically got two hits from Buffalo Bills. Justin Hunter was signed mid-season and Mike Gillislee has been a valuable back up to Shady McCoy the past two seasons. Let’s Go Buffalo!
This first box did not come with the promised autograph, but wasn’t short on the four hits. The box did not have a duplicates in it, but as you’ll see in my future posts there seems to be some issues with duplicates. I’m guessing these boxes came from the same case and if that’s true then the distribution of cards is not as good as one would hope. I’ll comment more on the duplicates and set completion stats in my next few posts.
Until then open some more packs and let me know what you think.