There are a bunch of 3200 count boxes on the counter that have 8/$1 cards.
I picked out 32 cards and took them over to the register to pay for them.
The owner of the shop counted them and then told me it would be $3.
I told him I thought there were 32 cards. He told me that he had counted 24 cards and there were only a couple more so he was only going to charge me $3. That works for me!
So the 8/$1 cards ended up costing me just over 9 cents each.
The bulk of the cards I picked up were from the 1981 Topps set and some will make it into my Topps Page-a-Year binder.
I picked out a good assortment of Record Breaker cards...
... a World Series highlight card...
...a bunch of star players...
...and a handful of Hall of Famers.
Here are the rest of the cards.
2 cards for my Jorge Posada mini player collection.
A couple of Griffeys. Not sure if I already have these or not, but at that price I'm not going to pass up a Griffey.
I have a nephew named Jack Wilson, so I try and pick them up when I come across them.
Eventually I'll put this entire subset together.
A couple of Jeter cards highlighting two of his Yankee records.
Erskine signs through the mail and since I already have this for my set I'll send this out to get signed.
Can't pass up a card of a player holding multiple bats for one of my original and most favorite mini collections.
I picked up this card because of the pink arm band because of the recent promotion that the Pirates Treasure Room had in October to promote breast cancer awareness.
I saw this card, or at least the base version of this card, recently on the Dime Boxes and so when I saw it I had to pick it up.