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Pokemon Cards 24% Off - Sun & Moon Elite Trainer Box Solgaleo or Lunala $30.16 at Amazon

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Amazon [amazon.com] has the Sun & Moon Elite Trainer Box Solgaleo or Lunala for $30.16. That's a savings of roughly 24% of the $39.99 retail price. Comes with the following:

8 Pokémon TCG: Sun & Moon booster packs
65 card sleeves featuring Solgaleo or Lunala
45 Pokémon TCG Energy cards
6 damage-counter dice
ONLINE BONUS: Also includes a code card for the Pokémon trading card game online

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Do grown men buy these still?
Yes, yes they do. A game is a game, and is fun no matter what age you are, especially one that could be as complex as this one is, which I know is surprising seeing as its a pokemon game. I think the term "dont knock it till you try it" would apply here.
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Do grown men buy these still?
I started playing again because my drunk buddies told me how they broke out their old cards one night and started to play. I casually mentioned that we should start playing again and we fell down a rabbit hole. Personally, I don't buy these boxes because packs are a waste of money. I just buy individual cards since it'll save me the heartache of not opening what I want.

It is kind of childish, but I enjoy it. It gives me an activity to during the week with my buddies since it's something we can do at home. Doesn't take up all day like hiking or snowboarding. Plus it gives me an excuse to drive out to see my friends.
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You can have it tax free if you go into the buy used or new
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Yes, but those third party sellers weigh and keep the heavier boxes due to having better cards.
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Yes, but those third party sellers weigh and keep the heavier boxes due to having better cards.
Wouldn't that also happen at Amazon with the inventory pooling/commingling?
https://consumerist.com/2014/05/1...the-radar/
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Do grown men buy these still?
I never thought I would say it, but yes. I have never played before but watching my son open a pack of cards is priceless for the reaction if he pulls a good card. Otherwise I agree and just pick up a couple of singles here and there. Hope it helps others in the same situation.
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Walmart has them on sale as well, through Buy Box. $29.90

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Pokemo...x/55381298
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I never thought I would say it, but yes. I have never played before but watching my son open a pack of cards is priceless for the reaction if he pulls a good card. Otherwise I agree and just pick up a couple of singles here and there. Hope it helps others in the same situation.
Heh, I can't believe it, but your words here sound word for word like I spoke them! I've never understood the attraction to this, but recently I find myself buying occasional singles while my son buys the packs. Thanks for the deal!!
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Yes, yes they do. A game is a game, and is fun no matter what age you are, especially one that could be as complex as this one is, which I know is surprising seeing as its a pokemon game. I think the term "dont knock it till you try it" would apply here.
Complex? Yugioh would be considered rocket science compared to Pokémon in that case.
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Yes, but those third party sellers weigh and keep the heavier boxes due to having better cards.
Just so you're aware, the manufacturers have somewhat fixed this. The packs contain either a green or white code card for the online TCG. Green codes weigh more than white codes due to thicker cardstock and in the Sun/Moon variety, don't contain an EX or holographic rare except for the reverse holo. White codes are guaranteed to have a holographic rare or better. This has been the standard since I believe Steam Siege?

Now, if you buy an older booster box of Sun/Moon, if it's been tampered with or opened, it may have been searched, because the manufacturers were seeding the boxes with EX/holo rares in the exact same way. Newer boxes shouldn't have that issue, but better to buy from someone reputable.
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Just so you're aware, the manufacturers have somewhat fixed this. The packs contain either a green or white code card for the online TCG. Green codes weigh more than white codes due to thicker cardstock and in the Sun/Moon variety, don't contain an EX or holographic rare except for the reverse holo. White codes are guaranteed to have a holographic rare or better. This has been the standard since I believe Steam Siege?

Now, if you buy an older booster box of Sun/Moon, if it's been tampered with or opened, it may have been searched, because the manufacturers were seeding the boxes with EX/holo rares in the exact same way. Newer boxes shouldn't have that issue, but better to buy from someone reputable.
so sellers are trying to farm codes to resell? I'm sorry, I'm interested in what you guys are taking about but haven't played since gen 1
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so sellers are trying to farm codes to resell? I'm sorry, I'm interested in what you guys are taking about but haven't played since gen 1
they put a green care (a heavy card) into pack to mask or make it feel like a heavy pack.
the ones with the white card are thinner but contains the holo card. thus...all pack weight are similair to each other and that elliminate the cheating of weighing packs. (yes...im 29 years old and still collect these)
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Can someone tell me if this is a good investment? 5 year-old son just commenced his Pokémon fervor, so I got him a pack for $5-6. Will this be the purchase to be 1-and-done for him. If so, I'm in. Thanks in advance.
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