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Old 01-10-2013, 11:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Heard Kyrie Prizm Autos are back at Panini

Just wanted to let those with redemptions know that my friend was on the phone with Panini CS today and they said that the Kyrie Autos from Prizm are back and are getting ready to get shipped back out.
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Old 01-11-2013, 12:18 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Hopefully his 11/12 autos are shipping soon...but I kinda doubt it.
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Old 01-11-2013, 02:43 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Woohoo!! I have one of these pending!!

I don't understand why these were redemptions though? They are all sticker autos aren't they?? Unless the Kyrie is the only RC auto that is on card?? Makes no sense!

I had a Dion Waiters Hoops auto as a redemption too and when they sent it out, it was a sticker??
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Old 01-11-2013, 03:08 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Woohoo!! I have one of these pending!!

I don't understand why these were redemptions though? They are all sticker autos aren't they?? Unless the Kyrie is the only RC auto that is on card?? Makes no sense!

I had a Dion Waiters Hoops auto as a redemption too and when they sent it out, it was a sticker??
ahhh...... but it does make sense when you look at it from a greedy company perspective. They're banking on the fact that 20+% of the redemptions never get redeemed before they expire and remain in unopened boxes. Once they're expired they can use them as replacements

I wouldn't think they would be on card, and if they are then that's just silly since his Prizm refractor autos #/25 are stickers and are the only ones live.
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ahhh...... but it does make sense when you look at it from a greedy company perspective. They're banking on the fact that 20+% of the redemptions never get redeemed before they expire and remain in unopened boxes. Once they're expired they can use them as replacements

I wouldn't think they would be on card, and if they are then that's just silly since his Prizm refractor autos #/25 are stickers and are the only ones live.
All Bigger companies do it, its called Mail In Rebates, but you dont have to wait a year or 2
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All Bigger companies do it, its called Mail In Rebates, but you dont have to wait a year or 2
It reminds me of a silly youtube video I watch of some kid buying a really old unopened VHS tape for 50 cents at a yard sale, inside was a coupon for a free large pizza from Pizza Hut... he thought he'd give it a shot, and Pizza Hut ACTUALLY honored a nearly 20 year old coupon!
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