However the Sports Card section did have a huge selection of older wax. Mainly mid to late nineties. And the prices were super cheap. I ended up picking up a box of 92 Donruss Series 1 and 2 for under 10 bucks for both and a box of 92 Pinnicle Baseball, 5 packs of 93 Flair for 50 cents a pack and two boxes of this.
The front of the box mentions the QB Greats refractors. It doesn't mention that there are about 5 or 6 refractor parallel cards in the box as well. Unfortunately they didn't scan well and you can't tell them apart from the regular cards.
ProFlicks was suppose to be the ultimate paper football. Remember table top paper football back in grade school? The footballs come embedded in a thick card, that is about 3/4 the size of a regular trading card. Lets have a look at some.
I was disappointed that I didn't get a QB Greats Refractor and that both of my QB Greats were the same guy.
I was thinking of putting a set together but I bought the last two boxes the store had and I really don't feel like trying to track more of this down. Between the two boxes I got multiple doubles and those refractor parallels so I'd need at least 2 more boxes to try and finish it. Not probably going to happen.
Here's what a back looks like.
Of course not everybody turned out to be long term superstars.
And of course I got some Packers for my Packer collection and Favre collection. This was right after their Superbowl XXXI win after all.