I participated in my second set break with Burl's Sports and bought three spots for his 1956 Topps set break. I'd previously picked up some spots in a 1957 set break and though I didn't hit any of the big cards, it was nice having a shot.
If you like vintage, I suggest giving it a whirl. Even if you don't end up with the monster, you will have vintage cards that you can trade or do whatever you like with. I don't get that dirty feeling like I had all the times I was burnt in box breaks. If you join, make sure to tell Justin that I sent you. He does give away a free spot in each break.
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I bought three spots in a 1956 break. The cards I received:
|1956 Topps #26 Grady Hatton|
|1956 Topps #26 Grady Hatton (back)|
|1956 Topps #100 Baltimore Orioles TC - White Back, Team Name Centered|
|1956 Topps #100 Baltimore Orioles TC - White Back, Team Name Centered (back)|
|1956 Topps #139 Tommy Carroll - Gray Back|
|1956 Topps #139 Tommy Carroll - Gray Back (back)|
|1967 Topps #423 Fence Busters/ Willie Mays/ Willie McCovey|
|1967 Topps #423 Fence Busters/ Willie Mays/ Willie McCovey (back)|