Sunday, January 28, 2018

Season Of Giving Contest Winnings from @HoardingCards

If you're not reading Jason's (@HoardingCards on Twitter) blog Hoarding Cardboard you're missing out.  Throughout December he gave away plenty of cards.  All you had to do was comment on a post, then he used a randomizer to select the winner. 

I was fortunate enough to win on a few different days.  I had some sent to other collectors.  Eventually, I just had him send the last group to me and I will pass them on to others in time. 


Thanks for the card, Jason! 

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 $150 in a year (including $15 back on one Black Friday purchase last week).  FREE CARDS!

If you're on Twitter, please give me a follow.  You can also find me on Trading Card Database.  I love trading cards, when it makes sense.  Happy collecting!

2 comments:

  1. Hi

    It's coming from my insider source and it's all a little hazy still but...

    Apparently there's a secret sports picks software making amazingly
    precise predictions since 1999.

    ...used only by top underground group of insiders called Vegas punters.

    ...grabbing data via spiders from all the bookies on the net in
    seconds, crunching numbers and spitting out awesome predictions with
    80% accuracy and higher.

    Here's a video I was able to obtain... thought I'd share it with you :)

    ===> Sports picks directly from the insiders? <=====

    Those seem to be REAL predictions identified by the software, and the
    percentage next to the play is the gain you make when you make the
    bet!

    I could not believe it's possible. I thought it might be a bug, but
    word on the street is that it's real.
    If it is, then we might be in for a real treat! I'll stay on the case
    and let you know more as soon as I speak with the developers!

    In the meanwhile, check out this crazy video:

    ===> How is it possible? 80% accuracy? <=====

    P.S. Those picks are real, verified data since 1999.

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