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Top 5 Hottest Sports Card Boxes – December

This week’s top 5 Hottest Sports Cards Boxes :

1.) 2009/10 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey

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Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey always creates a lot of buzz with the top rookies coming out at 6 young guns per box. Top rookies like John Tavares, Matt Duchene, and James Van Riemsdyk are selling very well.

2.) 2009 Upper Deck Black Football

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UD Black Football has produced some amazing looking cards. With some of the top designs seen this year, UD Black has been very popular. Check out some of the sample card images on our 2009 UD Black Football Product Page.

3.) 2009 Topps Mayo Football

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Mayo features an updated vintage card design that appeals to both vintage and new product collectors. With one autograph, relic, and box loader per hobby box Mayo is a strong product this year.

4.) 2009/10 Panini Rookies & Stars Basketball

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The explosion of rookie Brandon Jennings has pushed demand up for 2009/10 Basketball Products. Rookies & Stars delivers 4 autographs or material cards per box, and each case contains a signature of either Blake Griffin, Bob Cousy, Jerry West, Larry Bird, or Kareem Abdul-Jabbar .

5.) 2009/10 Upper Deck Black Hockey

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Loaded with big hits and NHL stars from the past and present, UD Black Hockey has been a favorite with higher-end hockey collectors.

What Products are in your Top 5?

(Please note: The Top 5 is purely an opinion of a Dave and Adam’s employee. This is based on sales, feedback from collectors, and market trends.)

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One Response to Top 5 Hottest Sports Card Boxes – December

  1. Daily Sports Card December 1, 2009 at 4:04 pm #

    Yeah, only in Buffalo would hockey be at the top spot in a popularity contest.