What’s up fellow prospectors, collectors, and investors! We are back with our second week of Mystery Pack Sunday! This week we are ripping an awesome mystery pack from the eBay seller erioakerso-0 described as a baseball tin mystery pack filled with hits including rookies, inserts, autographs, and more. Spoiler alert, this was an amazing mystery pack, and we are looking forward to more from this seller! Check it out now!
As you can see from the video this was an amazing mystery box that was full of hits right out the gate! This pack was full of rookies from 2020 and 2021, a lot of inserts and parallel cards were included in the “non-hits” stack of cards, and the hits were insane, with rookie patch cards, rookie patch auto cards and even a rookie baseball auto card that is just beautiful. By far, this was the best mystery pack that I have ever opened, and I will be keeping my eye on this seller (and suggest you do too), so I can buy more of their future releases.
I was hesitant at first on purchasing this mystery pack because it was a standalone pack (there were no other packs in the series), it was from a fairly new seller, and there was very little in the description of the listing. The thing that made me pull the trigger on the pack was that it was packed in an Aaron Judge tin from the Topps 2021 Series 1 release, and I am a huge AJ fan and collect AJ cards for my personal collection. Needless to say, I am very happy that I decided to grab this amazing mystery pack.
Regarding overall impressions, the shipping was stellar, highly protected, bubble wrapped and boxed which is always nice to see, and as seen in the video, for only $15 the value on this mystery pack was above and beyond. Bottom line, if you have the opportunity to purchase a mystery pack offering from erioakerso-0 on eBay I would encourage you to do so! You can check out their eBay profile here: https://www.ebay.com/usr/erioakerso-0
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I started collecting cards when I was about 8 years old, with my passion being baseball cards. I grew out of collecting in my teens and spent the better part of my 20’s focusing on education and career. Now in my mid-30’s I have dove back in to collecting and now prospecting and investing in cards and comics as well. I like to write about ways to collect and invest and share my experiences in the collecting and investing world of sports cards and comics. I am also an avid cigar enthusiast and you can get cigar reviews and information on my sister site Cigar Informer at https://www.cigarinformer.com