Q: Which types of packs come with the Closer and Ace clubs? Asked by Matthew C., June 2019
Q: are they hobby packs or retail Asked by Cardcollecter 1., June 2019
I received a combination of hobby and retail.
Q: How much is shipping to Ottawa Ontario Canada... Cant find information anywhere ThanksAsked by Jason B., September 2019
It would depend on which club you choose. They range from 4 oz to 2 lbs in
shipping weight. If you want to shoot us email with address and club you
are interested in we can let you know.
Thanks for your interest!
Gave a subscription of pack a day habit to my friend Logan. We have loved opening the cards. Really good mix of newer sets. Even has a 2019 Bowman pack! Awesome box!
Not a bad effort! Could have used a little more variety. I mean 8 packs of opening day cards come on fellas?! The included hits were spot on! Only thing that would make it perfect would be some more vintage and a little more variety. You're batting around .935 with the box I received.
Really loved the box I got. A lot of really neat cards that are typically harder to find. I did have one card that was folded in the packaging. Looking forward to my next one.
I was excited for my son to receive the baseball cards. His favorite team is the Padres. There is no protection other than a padded envelope. I'm not sure to blame it on the packaging or not, but some cards arrived bent. Each one of the Padres cards were bent with exception of a relic card, due to the fact it is a thicker card probably. I appreciate the variety of cards. My only recommendation is to improve the packaging. If the cards are sandwiched between pieces of cardboard would help.
A nice product given that you can select pretty specifically what you will receive when it comes to teams. A nice touch for those who collect specific teams rather than sets. The old packs of Topps Bunt aren't that exciting but they are mixed in with Opening Day, Big League, and vanilla Topps so you get some variety and its not all trash. I was quite happy to see a 2017 Topps pack find its way into my package which had a relic card although a Judge rookie would have been better! The additional team specific cards can be hit or miss. One month I got a game used card from an MVP the next I got an old auto of some guy who is about out of the league. The other 4 cards were then chrome refractors of old prospects that have since fizzled out as well.
I'd like to see more packs of just Topps. Leave out the Big League and Bunt. And maybe ship in a box to protect the cards a little more.
Thought it would include more well known players
This morning was THAT MORNING in the month in which my wife, age 78, brought me my coffee along with my monthly cards of the month package. Which do I do first? Drink my coffee or open this month's surprise package. Coffee can always wait one day of the month.
Since I have 1,000's and 1,000's of cards it is difficult to find a product such as this delivered to my door containing the unique focus I have of collecting relief pitcher's cards. Per her request these folks shipped two relief pitchers- Craig Kimbel and Tony Cingrani. One signed and the other a piece of uniform.
This such a low cost deal and seeing the smiles of this 80 year and my wife's joy makes it all worth while.
We truly feel these folks care about their customers and we in turn love you for making our DAY once a month.
Craig and Lib Thompson
I wanted to get this subscription for my husband for Father's Day and due to confusion and user error, I ended up double ordering a three month subscription and was unable to use a coupon I'd seen on Cratejoy's site.
I first contacted Cratejoy who directed me to Baseball Cards of the Month specifically. Jeff was FANTASTIC! I only needed to send one e-mail explaining my two-fold problem. Jeff responded right away accommodating all of my requests. I received my refund promptly without ANY hassle.
Our first box is on it's way and provided the cards make the hubs happy, I will have no problem continuing our subscription!