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Which is better???, in regards to a case break/
Aug 9 2008, 10:52 AM
Joined: 7-December 06
First Name: Thomas
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QUOTE(ffman @ Aug 9 2008, 10:28 AM)
I don't know which would be the best for your break.
If you choose a team, I don't think very many people would pay $80 for a spot (especially when a member could get a box of his/her choosing for $80).
Then again, not everyone is fond of the "random" team group break.
$80 is so expenssive, but for a 96 hit break seems like a good deal!! Thats an average of over 5 hits per person if we go with the 1 picked 1 random, not to mention an avaerage of 8 #ed inserts and rookies.
The 1 random i thought would have been a good price, but too many people think the 1 pickes 1 random is better, i just dont think they will pay.
The other option is doing a half case, but then we wouldnt get this great price!!
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