I couldn't afford a blaster on this trip, but wanted to get something. A Jumbo Pack (that I still call a Rack Pack) was reasonable break for $4.98 to calm that pack craving for now. You get 36 cards per pack and 2 special blue parallels as well.
Now onto the break:
Despite that border that still bothers me,much rather have a borderless card, I was quite impressed with some of the photography that Topps used on these. Probably the best I have seen from them.
Only 3 rookies
Only 3 inserts. I liked this. The last few years the amount of inserts they stick in their products is way too much. I did like the designs on these.
Two blue parallels as promised and a third green that wasn't listed anywhere. I found out some info on it and I guess Topps stuck one of these per a rack pack as well.
This card caught me odd at first, mostly because I didn't notice the Power Players part, when the silver didn't shine on the card. Upon further investigating I found out it was Topps Power Players card. Similar to past years programs, the back of the Power Players card provides you with a code you can use to unlock your player online to win prizes. To find out more on this, follow this LINK. For me, I like that fact even if you don't win a prize, you still got a card of the player. In the past couple of years you would just get a basic card with the writing on the front and code. This is much better to me.
Overall, not a bad break. I felt some things Topps improved on and some were the same. If they can improve upon cutting down on the border size on the cards that would be a much better design.
As always, comments are welcomed!