How it Works
A ‘break’ is an event in which a participant buys the right to receive the cards from their chosen spot or, in the event of a random break, the spot that is randomly assigned to them.
For example, if we are breaking a box of Premier League Prizm a participant may buy the Manchester United spot. In that case they would receive all of the cards that are packed from Manchester United in that box.
In some cases we have players separated from their respective teams, in which case if you are to choose that spot, you will receive all cards pulled of that player. For example, if we are breaking a box of Champions League Chrome, a participant may buy the Lionel Messi spot. This would therefore mean the Paris Saint-Germain spot would NOT include Lionel Messi.
We then ship all of these cards to the participant once they have requested postage via the postage requests section of the website.
Some breaks are higher risk than others, meaning you may not get any cards for the entry fee paid. If this is the case, we cannot refund your fee paid due to the volatility of the trading card market.
We strongly advise you read the set checklists before getting involved with a break, these can be found on the respective manufacturers websites or on sites such as Cardboard Connection and Beckett.
A ‘filler’ is a 10 spot raffle for the remaining spots in a break. These will be done in the event that the last few spots are struggling to sell out as a way to make them cheaper and more accessible. Obviously, there is a risk with a filler that you get nothing as there might only be 3 teams/players up for grabs, for example, with 10 participants buying filler spots. Therefore, in that case only 3 spots would win.
A ‘serial filler’ is a 10 spot raffle for the remaining spots in a break, in which each participant is allocated a random number between 1 and 10. If a card that corresponds to a filler spot is packed in the break, the last digit of the card number will determine which spot it goes to. For example, if the card is number 83 it will go to filler spot number 3. However, if a serial numbered card is packed, i.e a card that is limited to a certain number, it will go to the filler spot that corresponds to the last digit of the first number. For example, if the card is numbered 45/199 it will go to filler spot number 5.
Hopefully that has helped you understand how it all works in regards to box breaks, so now have a browse at the current range we have!