If you collect cards, more than likely you were a fan of Stadium Club.
I like the fact that Topps has made an effort and brought back this product, but it's nowhere near what it once was in the 90's. Not many products are.
How did this break go? Well, only one way to find out.....READ ON!
The base cards are the typical run for Stadium Club, clear full color action shots. No borders and just plain showcasing the game.
Back of base.
Rookie card photos appear to had been taken at the rookie premier. I loaded up on some of the greats in this box.
For the shiny fan in us, there were also a couple of subsets highlighting golden moments or milestones reached by players. You will find two of there per pack.
Contact Prints fall at a rate of 1:12. Kinda cool design
In these boxes you can find Joe Namath Finest reprints. Mine came with only one which is right for a box and rate of 1:24.
Pro Bowl inserts are a nice pull at 1:36. Look great too!
And my favorite insert from Stadium Club, Dot Matrix parallel falls 1:12. These look so cool! I tried my best to capture them in the light.
Now for the breakdown. I took the inserts, star players from the base
and rookies and got a
rough Beckett Book Value for it:
Here is what I paid: $8 for the box
Here is what I roughly got in Beckett Book Value from it: $60
Seems I made out pretty well. I could have done a bit better unless I missed something. But, can't argue with the results especially with nice base cards and shiny inserts.