Today we have a $2 Hockey Card Surprise Bag from Dollarama to look through. Will it be worth the $2? Let's see!
So, a card holder which I am sure I can put to use, a couple packs (fairly generic) of cards and a classic Pro Set pack which may bring up an error card or two.
Let's start with the Pro Set since it probably won't bring much excitement.
Interesting enough - I actually didn't have this ad insert card, so I can at least add this one to my complete set. Might as well try and make it that little bit more complete.
Yeah - so this makes the pack probably the most Leaf friendly pack I have ever had from this set. Amazing to end up with 5 of the 15 cards being Leafs, but I will absolutely take it!
The rest of the pack has nothing to write home about - no error card or variation needs, but still....5 Leafs!
Let's look at the 2010 pack...
Well - exactly as advertised, nothing more, and nothing less.
Lastly, the 4 cards (including a superstar)...
Again, pretty much what you expect - I gather Drouin or Toews would count for being the superstar in this pack.
All in - not a bad little surprise bag, especially with the heavy Leaf content, even if it is circa 1990 Pro Set.
Something that wasn't $2, was what I picked up on my last trip to 401games before they moved up Yonge street a bit - a few packs of MTG Core 2020 set packs. I usually pick up three and get one or two dupes of cover art, so open a pack or two, but not this time.
Ended up with the three different cover arts, so the packs all end up going into the unopened pack collection - still works well for me!
Cool Pro Set pack. That's Peter Bondra's rookie card, no?ReplyDelete
Yes it is.Delete
Nice Bondra rookie card!ReplyDelete