I sold a Topps Bunt card on eBay for $3.75 and purchased a Topps Gypsy Queen Allen Webster Autographed card on eBay for $3.24 (includes the S&H cost).
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Topps Bunt awards users with 1,000 free coins every day that you login. If you wait enough days, you can buy packs of Topps Bunt cards. Therefore, you can earn Topps Bunt cards at the low, low cost of NOTHING! In some of these packs, you can earn cards that have been proven to sell on eBay for real money. Thus, I have earned over $150 selling virtual / fake Topps Bunt cards on eBay and the cards that I sold cost me nothing. That is pure profit. Thank you to all of my repeat Customers, I'm glad that you truly enjoy Topps Bunt and have decided to spend your money on cards that interest you - whether they're real or fake. It's not my thing, but glad you enjoy it and I'm happy that I can help you obtain cards that you may not have normally gotten.
I noticed one of my Twitter friends, @CollectTheMets, was disappointed with the 2014 Topps Chrome checklist as the Mets autographed rookie cards were the same two players that have been featured repeatedly in Topps products this year. I've noticed this trend, where Topps has the same exact player autographs in multiple products each year. Doesn't this dilute the "value" of some of the player autographs when they're overproduced in one product, then added and overproduced in future products throughout the year? How else can you explain getting a 2014 Topps Gypsy Queen Allen Webster autographed card for less than $3.25 (including S&H!), and he isn't even one of the players I'd consider to be diluted.
In the end, "Thanks Topps!" because you've essentially given me $150 to spend on REAL cards and some of those cards have been released by Panini. Let that one sink in too...