Top 5 eBay Sales: 2011 Upper Deck Evolution Video Trading Cards
With this past Wednesday's release of 2011 Upper Deck Football, the video trading card revolution began as Upper Deck's "Evolution" became the first ever video card to hit the market.
The "Evolution" cannot be pulled from loose packs of Upper Deck Football, rather they are seeded at the bottom of a hobby box, making them easily identifiable once the box is broke. Essentially, they are an inverse box-topper or "box bottomer".
Below is a look at the top 5 eBay sales of "Evolution" cards - they aren't as high as most expected. Early on, there have been mixed impressions about the "Evolution", with most that have gotten their hands on one having been disappointed.
In fact, the Evolution's eBay sales aren't all that different from the product's rookie autographs as shown below. Never-the-less, I would have been more than glad to pull one from one of the two boxes I opened.
Top 5 2011 Upper Deck Evolution Sales:
- Adrian Peterson Evolution - $126.51
- Adrian Peterson Evolution - $119.95
- Adrian Peterson Evolution - $104.01
- Adrian Peterson Evolution - $72
- Tony Romo Evolution - $71.77
Top 5 2011 Upper Deck Football Sales:
- Cam Newton Star Rookie Auto - $190
- Mark Ingram Letterman Auto - $100
- Jake Locker Star Rookie Auto - $82
- Blaine Gabbert Letterman Auto - $78.78
- Jake Locker Star Rookie Auto - $73
2011-12 The Cup Rookie Evolution Video Card Ryan Nugent-Hopkins??