I picked this up a few weeks ago at a card show, but with maildays and other posts, it's fallen through the cracks. Plus, it was on the side table in the bedroom. If any cards go there, they tend to go AWOL.
I felt I was probably paying too much at $10 for this, but it is something different. You don't see them every day. Writing this post I decided to look on eBay and see what going rate is.
I learned that this isn't a normal rack pack. Those have 50 or so cards in them and look different. I found this ended listing that lists it as a "grocery rack pack" and sold for $55. It had a Joe Montana passing leaders card showing so I'm sure that bumped the price significantly. It still made me feel better at spending $10. This one doesn't have a star listed as showing and sold for $22. Yeah, I'm pleased.
This is the perfect example of why I don't understand collectors that prefer buying online to going to card shows. I know there aren't shows everywhere. I'm talking about ones that have the option of attending shows and choose not to. This isn't something I'd have ever searched for, so I'd never have it. Now, I do.
If you shop online and haven't signed up and used ebates yet, you're missing out. I also use it on eBay to get money back from purchases there. Between referrals and cash back, I've gotten over $100 in about seven months. FREE CARDS! If you're on Twitter, please give me a follow. Happy collecting!