Sal Barry and Tim Parish break two boxes and then review 2019-20 Upper Deck Ice hockey cards in the latest Puck Junk Video.
Ice was released out earlier this summer, with boxes selling in the $100-$120 range. Each box has five packs and each pack has five cards. There are 50 base cards and 100 rookie cards in the set, with some RCs being signed and limited to just 99 copies each.
Who got the bigger hits? Who gave Ice a better score? All these questions and more are answered in the video. Watch it, then leave a comment and let us know what you think about 2019-20 Upper Deck Ice hockey cards.
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2 thoughts on “Video: 2019-20 Upper Deck Ice Two-Box Break & Review”
congrats on the Puckcast. I agree that you will not recoup your money with these boxes on the players you don’t keep, but disagree with Sal that $100 is a nice price point. That Quinn was a great surprise, but Tim’s box was a $50-65 one at best. And I wouldn’t buy two boxes for fear of having half the cards be of the same guy twice. 3.5/5 seems like a good rating.
I’d be interested in the dented Suzuki though!
I also miss the old acetate cards a lot.
If you follow me on Twitter, Sebastian, send me a DM (@therealdfg). Otherwise, shoot me an email and we can have a conversation outside the comments section here ( t n parish at yahoo)