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Ultra Pro Pokemon Charizard 2" 3-Ring Binder w/ 100-ct 9-Pocket Sheets EXPIRED

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Walmart.com has Ultra Pro Pokemon Charizard 2" 3-Ring Binder w/ 100-Count 9-Pocket Sheets on sale for $17.67. Shipping is free on orders $35+, otherwise is $5.99.

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About this Product:
  • Great way to store your Pokemon cards in an organized 3-ring binder
  • 100-Count high-quality trading card display pages
  • Each page holds nine 2.5" by 3.5" trading cards

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  • This Pokemon Card Binder is highly rated receiving 4.7 stars out of possible 5 stars based on 263 customer reviews.
  • Our research indicates that Ultra Pro Pokemon Charizard 2" 3-Ring Binder is $12.32 less (41.08% Savings) than the next best price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $30.
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Not as low as previous FP deals at $16.39, but this hasn't been this low in a while according to 3C's. It's the 4th lowest price it has ever been. Looks like there is a max of 3 per order.

Charizard binder is also the same price with 100 pages.

https://www.amazon.com/Ultra-Pro-...83&sr=8-10 Expired

https://www.amazon.com/Charizard-...70&sr=8-32 >OOS, See FP Post for another option
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Pikachu option shows $51.91 for me.
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Thx got the charizard for my son
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Pikachu option shows $51.91 for me.
That one sold out quick, Charizard still available.
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If this didn't involve something important and not easily verifiable (PVC / Acid Free card sleeves), I'd just buy it. But given Amazon still mixes their stock with 3rd party sellers' inventory, how do we know that we're getting something real from Amazon vs something questionable from 3rd party seller "ⓄfficeⓄnline"?
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Bought the Charizard. Thx. Will split the sleeves in half, 50 for each kid, and put the younger ones in a generic but higher quality binder I already own, with a printed pokemon picture.
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How many cards can this hold?? I mean if I add more pocket sheets like can it hold 1000 or more or something??
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not a fan of these, I recommend the 18 pocket sheets. They have 9 pockets on both sides of the sheet. The only thing I don't like about the 18 pockets is when placing cards at the top row of the sheet you can slip and miss the pocket going into the wrong pocket. I believe you can get 100 sheets for like $18
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Was going to buy some condoms but then I figured, who am I fooling, and bought this instead
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not a fan of these, I recommend the 18 pocket sheets. They have 9 pockets on both sides of the sheet. The only thing I don't like about the 18 pockets is when placing cards at the top row of the sheet you can slip and miss the pocket going into the wrong pocket. I believe you can get 100 sheets for like $18
If you collect, you never want 2 cards in one sheet. trust me, your cards will stay in better condition in single sheets. a really old man who loved baseball cards taught me that trick, showed me cards of his 40 years old looking better than his sons 20 year old cards. the difference was single sheets vs 2 sided ones. when you flip pages, 2 sided sheets that are loaded put more weight on the card when pressing down. if you show or rearrange your cards often the pressure adds up and the cards suffer for it. single sheets and a nice dark drawer is best.

of course, any rarer cards you want in hard plastic. also with yugioh and Pokemon it doesn't matter but for sports , wrestling, and anime cards you want to read the backs. can't do that in 2 siders
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If this didn't involve something important and not easily verifiable (PVC / Acid Free card sleeves), I'd just buy it. But given Amazon still mixes their stock with 3rd party sellers' inventory, how do we know that we're getting something real from Amazon vs something questionable from 3rd party seller "ⓄfficeⓄnline"?
That's simply not true. Amazon has largely gone away from commingled inventory.
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Was going to buy some condoms but then I figured, who am I fooling, and bought this instead
Well your first choice is a lot better when giving yourself a stranger
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FYI Target sells the 9 pocket sleeves for $4.99 for 30 sheets - thanks for posting this deal!
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If you collect, you never want 2 cards in one sheet. trust me, your cards will stay in better condition in single sheets. a really old man who loved baseball cards taught me that trick, showed me cards of his 40 years old looking better than his sons 20 year old cards. the difference was single sheets vs 2 sided ones. when you flip pages, 2 sided sheets that are loaded put more weight on the card when pressing down. if you show or rearrange your cards often the pressure adds up and the cards suffer for it. single sheets and a nice dark drawer is best.

of course, any rarer cards you want in hard plastic. also with yugioh and Pokemon it doesn't matter but for sports , wrestling, and anime cards you want to read the backs. can't do that in 2 siders
They didn't even have 2-sided sheets 40 years ago. That's when you'd squeeze two cards (back to back), into a single sleeve - obviously terrible for cards.
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