What can case breakers expect from early 2013 Topps baseball card products? This in-depth guide includes a look at what’s new, what’s changed and what’s been dropped from products scheduled for release during the first half of the 2013 season.
Was 2012 a profitable year for case breakers? brentandbecca takes a detailed look at all 20 MLB products released by Topps in 2012 and breaks down the numbers.
Get an insider’s perspective on how to approach 2012 Topps Heritage Baseball presales. Our comprehensive guide includes practical advice on how to maximize potential profits and avoid common mistakes.
Pre-selling sports cards can be tricky. Learn some important tips on what to do and what to avoid with our comprehensive insider’s guide.
From blaster boxes to rack packs, we explain some of the terminology used in the world of trading cards. In order to assist in the explanation, we enlisted the services of Cardboard Connection’s favorite rip-aholic Cornelius, who recently ripped his seventh case of 2010 Topps Unrivaled Football.
Guide to Collecting Hobby Boxes While many, if not all, of the base cards and low-level insert cards pulled from Hobby boxes will coincide with those found in Retail boxes, Hobby products boast a significantly higher ratio of special inserts on a per-box and per-case basis. These premium cards, commonly known as hits, include certified […]
Guide to Collecting Retail Boxes Sports card retail boxes are primarily sold through large retail chains like Target and Walmart. Retail boxes can also be purchased online from smaller retail stores and through eBay. Some Hobby shops will sell them in-store or online, as well. The biggest benefit of buying retail boxes and packs is […]