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Does anybody have a list of previous Rittenhouse rewards and how much they cost(in wrappers)?

If you can provide pictures that would be great.

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Posts: 766 | Location: Coventry, UK | Registered: July 26, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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They cost me as much as I can get them on Ebay Frown All those I want are USA only Shake Head
 
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Unless I am mistaken, just about every card offered is still in the "catalog" on their website. Other than getting cards from them direct, price is whatever the market will bear.

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Posts: 1483 | Location: Tinley Park, Illinois, USA | Registered: May 31, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I think you are right, all the cards that have been offered as rewards are still available.

If anyone needs the Bond Girls BG46 i have one to trade. Smile

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There was an "X-Men 3 Movie" Rewards card for an "Iceman Art card"

I didn't see that on the catalog ,Didn't see it offered any longer ,

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There is also the FarScape in Motion C11 costume card that is no longer available. There is also a Star Trek Lawrence Montaigne autographed card that is not listed as well. I think it's either A105 or A107.
 
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Does anyone from the UK use the Rewards system? I have dug up my sack of wrappers and was shocked to find I have almost 3000 points...

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Does anyone from the UK use the Rewards system? I have dug up my sack of wrappers and was shocked to find I have almost 3000 points...


Yes, I use mine.

It's very expensive to ship the wrappers to Rittenhouse, then you have pay Rittenhouse about $12 shipping to have any item sent to you from them.

As has been noted earlier it's usually better to just buy the items from the bay.
 
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Does anyone from the UK use the Rewards system? I have dug up my sack of wrappers and was shocked to find I have almost 3000 points...


If you don't want your points, I will be happy to take them off your hands.... Big Grin
 
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I also use mine because I am a completist and I can't guarantee that I'll be able to get the cards from eBay.

The price comes out about the same by the time I ship over the wrappers (though I suspect this will be better with premium packs) and pay for the rewards cards to get sent to my US based brother and then pay the shipping to Australia. If I get a few cards at a time, it's probably slightly cheaper to use points than buy on eBay but it's also more fun to use points.

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Originally posted by treksearcher:
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Originally posted by Card Dude:
Does anyone from the UK use the Rewards system? I have dug up my sack of wrappers and was shocked to find I have almost 3000 points...


Yes, I use mine.

It's very expensive to ship the wrappers to Rittenhouse, then you have pay Rittenhouse about $12 shipping to have any item sent to you from them.

As has been noted earlier it's usually better to just buy the items from the bay.


If you have a lot of wrappers it is much cheaper to send the wrappers to the US by surface mail. It does take a little longer though (approx. 5-6 weeks).
 
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Originally posted by treksearcher:
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Originally posted by Card Dude:
Does anyone from the UK use the Rewards system? I have dug up my sack of wrappers and was shocked to find I have almost 3000 points...


Yes, I use mine.

It's very expensive to ship the wrappers to Rittenhouse, then you have pay Rittenhouse about $12 shipping to have any item sent to you from them.

As has been noted earlier it's usually better to just buy the items from the bay.


If you have a lot of wrappers it is much cheaper to send the wrappers to the US by surface mail. It does take a little longer though (approx. 5-6 weeks).


I used to send them Surface Mail but I checked out that last time, it was not that much different for surface mail to Air Mail.
 
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Also keep in mind that they will only accept a certain amount of wrappers from each product.

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Also keep in mind that they will only accept a certain amount of wrappers from each product.



A case worths I think.

Wasn't there a Farscape Chiana costume card. I don't think I saw that there.
 
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Yes, that is the FarScape in Motion C11 costume card I mentioned above.

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Wasn't there a Farscape Chiana costume card.
 
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Also keep in mind that they will only accept a certain amount of wrappers from each product.



A case worths I think.

Wasn't there a Farscape Chiana costume card. I don't think I saw that there.

It's two cases worth of points per product that they accept.
 
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All of mine are from loads of different releases, only 2 sets are a case worth, do you think they would accept all of these sent in at once?

I dont have more than 2 cases worth of any release... I am also not a dealer lol

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I've got 5 cards coming from the RA rewards catalog. One sketch card and 4 bonus chase cards. Thumb Up

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I think the first rewards card they ever offered was a Xena card, which is now very hard to find. A dealer once told me it is "Like an awesome card, dude."
 
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All of mine are from loads of different releases, only 2 sets are a case worth, do you think they would accept all of these sent in at once?

I dont have more than 2 cases worth of any release... I am also not a dealer lol


I think you can have more than 2 cases worth if they're from different releases.

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I'm looking for colored "Robots the Movie" sketch cards by Inkworks.

http://www.comicartfans.com/Ga...etail.asp?GCat=25744
 
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