Surely, it cant be the designer tin that the three cards package is safely hidden in?
And, surely, it cant be the guaranteed autographed card per tin on average?
Honestly, the only thing that we considered a drawback was the fact that opening a tin didnt take long enough. I liken the opening of an SP Signature tin to that of eating a chocolate ice cream cone at Carvel the thrill is quick and then its gone and it leaves you wanting more but you know that you cant keep eating the ice cream because youll get fat and well you catch my drift.
We had as much fun as we could have had ripping through one tin of SP Signature basketball. For starters we scored a serial-numbered base rookie card of Rashad McCants. We also hit a nice dual autograph depicting Portland TrailBlazers rookies Jarret Jack and Martell Webster serial #d to just 25 copies.
Upper Deck SP Signature boasts some of the nicest multi-signature cards around including dual and triple sigs and Rookie INKcredible signatures, which are some of the nicest looking rookie pieces to date.
Sealed tins of 2005-06 SP Signature basketball should run you approximately $55 per. And just think, even the tin is collectible!