Originally posted by Don Norton: Ted, I'm guessing you should have received your copy by now. Contact Beckett and ask for a replacement copy.
It's weird, I moved right when the last issue came out, I was in touch with Beckett through the whole process and it seemed like I received that issue at my new address before everyone else. Now I've been moved to the back of the class.
I just wanted to see if anyone else was in the same boat before I contact them.
Posts: 1555 | Location: NJ | Registered: August 28, 2007
I couldn't help but notice that key sale of the Art de Bart redemption card (Simpsons Series 1, 1993, Skybox) BGS graded 9.5 for $7,232. Wow. It just goes to show that not everyone is happy with just the Art de Bart card, as fantastic as it is over twenty-five years later. The unredeemed redemption card becomes a seemingly widening hole in the mind of the some collectors who have everything else in the set, especially if it's a favorite.
Posts: 4217 | Location: San Jose, CA, USA | Registered: December 23, 2002
Well that's very nice of them to provide free access for the COVID-19 lock down. I'm not trying it because I already subscribe to NSU, but its good for people who maybe can't get to a regular retail outlet.
Posts: 10186 | Location: New York | Registered: November 20, 2007
I tried it and nothing . I think it is a ploy to get names and E Mail addresses that they can appeal or hope to get to subscribe. Unless I am missing something once you have applied everything shuts down there is no click here anywere I can find.
Posts: 731 | Location: New Zealand | Registered: November 22, 2016