Personally I think that even if the boxes were half that price they still wouldn't be a good buy. Why? There may be a few decent hits, but those are so few that the chances of getting them are miniscule. From all the breaks I have seen of this product there have only been 2 or 3 that have been any good. When Phil Simms is one of the better hits you can get you know the product has problems. Even though I think you don't tend to get value in Triple threads, I'd prefer to pay the extra $30 and buy a box of Triple Threads than UD Black for the simple fact that you are a heck of a lot more likely to get something good in Triple Threads - which doesn't say much about UD Black. And personally I don't think black looks particularly good.But hey, that's my opinion. Others can and do obviously think otherwise.
Black is a tough break for sure and you don't see me lining up to buy this stuff, but if it hits $99 a box, and it will, oh yes it will, I might pick up a case or two.I will never buy a box of any TTT product at more than $75 a box.With 2009 Ultimate tanking at the moment selling as low as $55 a box, I would see major availability at lower prices in the future.How stupid are the people that paid $200 for this?
Yeah, $200 for UD Black. Ouch! From what I undertsand it was quite popular in Basketball, and maybe that's why some people bought it.The reality is that, with a few exceptions, big dollar NFL boxes tend to drop a fair bit in price if you are willing to wait - Exquisite, National Treasures, Ultimate, UD Black etc.The interesting exceptions are Triple Threads, which I can't believe because it isn't worth $140 to $170 a box, and leaf limited, which doesn't tend to drop as much as the others, though at times it may be on sale.
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