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08-07-2012, 07:57 PM
Join Date: Apr 2010
Location: Red Deer, Alberta
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Retail stores sell thousands of dollars in cards a day. Their main audience is kids and they put the packs right next to the Polemon and Yu Gi Oh. Now for them to stock a few hundred dollars in hockey product across every store they have...that's a lot of cards. Even in LA, far away from Canada, there are a lot of stores. Adults don't go around buying Victory.
You're quite delusional if you think any retail store sells hundreds of dollars worth of hockey cards a day. Sure, they sell a lot of cards, but I know a lot of adults who buy them, few kids. None of my son's friends collect hockey cards, nobody in his school does. Hockey cards for kids are almost dead.
To be blunt, Wal-Mart would sell crystal meth if they could get away with it. Anything to make a buck on. And they have small card sections, with very little selection, and despite your claim, they don't sell many.
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