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This week’s top 5 Hottest Sports Cards Boxes :
1.) 2009 Playoff Contenders Football
One of the biggest football releases of the year is here, and 2009 Contenders Football is the hottest box of football cards we have in stock. Look for some of the top rookies like Mark Sanchez and Percy Harvin to really take off if they have success in the playoffs. Also look out for some of the up and coming rookies, like Julian Edelman and Austin Collie to rise in popularity.
2.) 2009 Upper Deck Sweet Spot Baseball
Sweet Spot is a flat out fun product to open. Collectors love getting six hits per box, with one being the “Sweet Spot” auto. There are also huge hits in this product, with some of the top baseball cards per year coming out of Sweet Spot.
3.) 2009/10 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey
2009/10 Upper Deck Hockey has lit up the world of hockey cards. The top Young Guns Rookie Card of John Tavares has been schorching, followingTavares are Victor Hedman, Matt Duchene, Evander Kane, and James van Riemsdyk. Along with 6 Young Guns, you can expect 2 memorabilia cards per box. Look for this product to stay on the hot list.
4.) 2009/10 Panini Threads Basketball
A solid product with a good mix of hits, look for 4 autograph or memorabilia cards per box. Each case is guaranteed to have an auto from Larry Bird, Magic Johnson, Willis Reed, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, John Havlicek, Isiah Thomas or Blake Griffin. Threads also delivers on patch rookie cards. As with all 09/10 basketball products, the emergence of Brandon Jennings has boosted interest even higher.
5.) 2009 Topps Triple Threads Football
2009 Triple Threads Football delivers one autographed triple relic per display box. With a chance at the top rookies, or some amazing combo autographs, Triple Threads has been popular enough to make the hot list.
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.)