Non-Sport Update's Card Talk
Ghost Whisperer seasons 3 & 4

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December 05, 2010, 09:05 AM
Jim Streich
Ghost Whisperer seasons 3 & 4
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Originally posted by hammer:
quote:
Originally posted by Breygent Marketing:
That card not sure what to do with as there are only 29 of them so it didnt go into run as would have been to short.Tell me what you would like to see done with that card.

IDEAS ANYONE???(NUMBER IS C30 AND PULLED FROM THE RUN)Also not on checklist.Patch Card.

TOM


Tom

I would hold on to them and put them in a mystery pack - either for SDCC 2011 (if you do them again) or for another occasion. Whatever you do there will be some clever dick claiming that it is "unfair".

The other option would be to offer them on your site/e-bay for $150 each and take a nice profit. Either way, keep producing the great products that are coming out Thumb Up


Name calling thanks for proving my point Smokin'

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December 05, 2010, 04:22 PM
Raven
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Originally posted by Jim Streich:
Name calling thanks for proving my point Smokin'

Actually there were no negative comments made about anyone in this thread until you jumped all over the newbie for his/her fairly innocent suggestion. Go back and look.

As for the topic at hand, I would vote for a lottery with a qualifying entry. By that I mean, not just a straight raffle where people just put their names in and get picked. These are nice cards and should go to a Ghost Whisperer collector rather than someone who has no interest in the series or maybe not even non-sport cards, but enters contests for any kind of free stuff.

Now maybe you could have people send in a certain number of wrappers with their entry to show that they buy the product. Maybe they could answer some trivia questions about the show. It depends on how much work Tom wants to put into it and how long he wants it to go before the cards are distributed, but I think its great that he would try to solicit ideas from Card Talk members. Thumb Up
December 05, 2010, 06:54 PM
john the hat
charity auction seems to be a good idea tom Thumb Up

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December 05, 2010, 08:58 PM
John Oder
Seal and number them in a holder and offer them as a random and rare case incentive on some future project.
December 05, 2010, 10:16 PM
Jake
I'd have to lean towards a multi-case incentive or something along those lines.

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December 05, 2010, 10:33 PM
Quaint1
Jim,
No-one has directly or indirectly insulted or abused anyone in the most recent posts - you have, it seems, misunderstood a commonly used phrase as being an abusive comment.
I have emailed you off-board; once you have read and understood that, if you have any further comments please address them directly to either myself or Harris.

In the meantime, let's return this topic to constructive discussion.

Paul

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December 07, 2010, 11:00 AM
Flag City Collectibles
I like my original idea of case incentive but also love this idea! Wrapper Redemption Program from the Ghost Whisperer product. Send in whatever level is determined 4, 5, 6, 8 cases worth of wrappers to redeem. (there are only 30 so the level would have to be difficult to obtain)


quote:
Originally posted by Raven:
quote:
Originally posted by Jim Streich:
Name calling thanks for proving my point Smokin'

Actually there were no negative comments made about anyone in this thread until you jumped all over the newbie for his/her fairly innocent suggestion. Go back and look.

As for the topic at hand, I would vote for a lottery with a qualifying entry. By that I mean, not just a straight raffle where people just put their names in and get picked. These are nice cards and should go to a Ghost Whisperer collector rather than someone who has no interest in the series or maybe not even non-sport cards, but enters contests for any kind of free stuff.

Now maybe you could have people send in a certain number of wrappers with their entry to show that they buy the product. Maybe they could answer some trivia questions about the show. It depends on how much work Tom wants to put into it and how long he wants it to go before the cards are distributed, but I think its great that he would try to solicit ideas from Card Talk members. Thumb Up


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December 08, 2010, 07:00 PM
Jason Wright
Looks like my cases have arrived in the UK, wonder how long they'll take to clear customs
December 08, 2010, 08:09 PM
t.breyer
I will come up with something soon thanks for all the input
Tom
December 10, 2010, 10:12 AM
Triple-Frog
Just wondering are any of the loaded boxes for Dexter and Ghost Whisperer hidden in cases like the Rittenhouse archive boxes?
December 11, 2010, 02:18 PM
t.breyer
Product is Live

Tom
December 30, 2010, 06:50 AM
Triple-Frog
Got a case of this and a case of Dexter season 3. These are the first Breygent cases I have bought and I noticed that they are sealed with ordinary sellotape and the boxes with plain plastic wrap.Is this the norm with Breygent?I am used to Rittenhouse and Inkworks which have tamper proof seals and logos on the shrinkwrap.
January 14, 2011, 10:32 AM
t.breyer
tamper proof seal on every box please look again thanks tom
January 14, 2011, 11:25 AM
Triple-Frog
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Originally posted by Breygent Marketing:
tamper proof seal on every box please look again thanks tom


Sorry Tom I meant to come back and amend my post as I spotted the tamper proof seal once I had taken the clear plastic wrap off the box.Got too engrossed in opening the boxes and it slipped my mind Twak .