Rules

10 YEARS and still going strong!

2021:

We are a collectibles website, featuring an array of collectibles, with a focus on sports cards and trading cards. We offer an affordable way to collect the cards that you love by allowing collector's to join together to buy a box or a case as a group and split the spoils of what's inside the box, instead of taking the risk of buying an entire box yourself. Our "box breaks" (this is what group buying of boxes is referred to) take place 7 days a week all day and all night during our live YouTube show.

We ship all cards inside of a box, including the lower end base cards.. Our customers receive an email shipping confirmation every time you have a package that gets shipped, and if you pull a monster hit, we send your package "signature required. We ship well packaged with courtesy toploaders and bubble mailers or boxes, and you can reach our shipping department via email at service@friendlyboxbreaks.com if you have any questions . 

 

We do a few different break types:

 

Pick Your Team Breaks: This type of break is where you may buy a specific team in a specified break.Some teams cost more than others, because there may be more hits or cards available for a certain team.

Random Team Breaks: This type of break is where you may buy a spot in a specified box and your spot will be randomized to see which team you will be assigned. .

Multi-Player Cards: In the event of a card that is pulled that is a multi player card with a hit (auto or relic or numbered card), random.org will determine who gets the card. To avoid having this card go to the randomizer, you must own 2 of 3 teams on the card, or 3 of 5 teams on the card, or 4 of 6, 4 of 7, 5 of 8, 5 of 9, etc. Owning 50% of the teams on the card does not qualify, you must own the majority listed above. In the event that the card does go to the randomizer, each owner that is represented by the card will go into a list on random.org. We will random.org the list a total of 7 times, the person in spot 1 after 7 randoms is the owner of the card. If the card is not a "hit", then the card will go to the team on the left of the card or at the top , depending on how the card is oriented.

Odd Card Scenarios: In case of an Odd Card Scenario, the card will go to the team whos name is printed on the card. For example, If a Jay Cutler card gets pulled, and Cutler is shown in a Broncos jersey, but the card says "Bears" as his team, the card goes to the Bears owner.. If a really odd card scenario should happen to show up, we would settle all disputes via random.org. Players with no NFL team will be randomized. 

 Popular Player, no team specified: If we pull a card with a popular player, but no team is specified, the card will go the team in which the guy played the most career years. For example. if we pull a Gary Carter, but no team specified, we can look and see Gary Carter played for the Expos 1974-1984, Mets 1985-1989, Giants 1990, Dodgers 1991, and Expos 1992. A non specified team Gary Carter card would go the Expos (now the Nationals). If a tie exists on years that a guy played for, the tie will be broken by total games played for. PLEASE NOTE: An inscription that identifies a team/year will overide this rule. For example, an Andre Dawson autographed bat that states 1987 N.L. MVP will go to the Cubs even though his longest tenure is with the Expos, because the inscription related to the year he played for the Cubs.

 Negro League cards. If we pull a negro league card in which no MLB team is specified on the card, the card will go to the MLB team that the player played the most years for using a google search. If he did not play on an MLB team, the card will be random'd.

 One Hit, but multiple players: If we pull a card with multiple players/teams, but only one hit on the card, the card will go to the the team with the hit. For example, if we pull an NBA card with Kobe, Jordan, and Lebron, but the card is autographed by Kobe Bryant, then the card would go to the Lakers.

 HELMETS, MINI HELMETS, JERSEYS: College PLAYERS with no NFL team go to the "college/non nfl spot", College players with an NFL team go to the NFL TEAMS SPOT (i.e. Adrian Peterson Oklahoma goes to Vikings), college coaches go to the college spot. Guys with an NFL team that have played for multiple teams, goes to the team he played the most games with.

GroupBreakChecklist.com: This is the default site that we use to determine what team a card goes to in case of a question. If the product is not listed on GroupBreakChecklist, then our next default is CardboardConnection.com .

Coaches Cards and Memorabilia: If a coach memorabilia item or card is pulled, it will go to the team represented on the card /item. If the item has no identifying NFL logos or team names, It will be awarded to the longest tenured NFL team. In the case of a player / coach items, these will be awarded to the longest tenure coached or team played for.

Example: Chuck Noll Played for Browns but would be awarded to the Steelers due to coaching tenure. 

Example: Barry Switzer  was never a NFL player but would be awarded to the Cowboys due to coaching NFL tenure. A Barry Switzer Oklahoma Helmet would go to the Cowboys in a NFL BREAK unless there was a college team spot specified in the break. 

 

Breaks will always be live on our YouTube channel and Uploaded to YouTube upon completion of the break.

 

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