Don West – Baseball Blowout Extravaganza, Part 1

Last chance! For those of you! 99 dollars! You better get online! Unbelievable. And if that happens… Alright! Last call on these! Now we’re gonna go to a brand new deal… and I’m gonna kinda switch midstream here because uhh… I’m not sure we got our Chicago cable on right now.
If you’re in the Chicago area… and you’re watchin’… let an operator know, give ’em your number and
confirm for me that we’re on in the Chicago area right now. Now we’ve got a deal right now… we’ve got a deal… we’ve got a set deal… that we’re gonna do for just a few people that
is one of those that absolutely… makes no sense… whatsoever. None. Makes no sense whatsoever. Now. Here’s what we’re going to do. Are you ready, gang? Uhh it’s gonna be a factory set… or wax box special like you wouldn’t believe.
SF-4393. We’re going to start ay off with a 1987 Topps set. Factory. We got a 1994 Fleer factory set. We’ve got a 1989 Fleer factory set.
We’ve got in 1994 Upper Deck Collectors Choice… factory set. We’ve got a 1991 Score… factory set. We’ve got… a 1990 Upper Deck… a 1992 Dondruss factory set. We’ve got a 1988… Dondruss… factory set. We’ve got a 1990 Dondruss factory set. We’ve got a 1991 Dondruss factory set.
We’ve got a 1989 Topps… factory set. WE’VE GOT A 1987 FLEER… factory set. 1987 Fleer. We’ve got a 1988 Fleer… factory set. We’ve got a 1990 Score… factory set. We’ve got a 1991 Fleer… make sure to keep this from falling here… wheeew… everything’s fallin’ guysÉ this is a wall of cards… factory set. We’ve got a 1990 Topps vending box.
Lookin’ for Frank Thomas rookies… right there. We’ve got a 1985… how long has it been since
we had this? A 1985 Topps traded. But that’s not all! We’ve got a 1987 Topps vending box. And then… just because we can, we’ve got… a 1987 rack box… with over 1,300 cards. A 1987 Topps rack box… with over 1,300 cards. Are you ready for this, gang? We’re gonna give you the jumbo box… the vending boxes… and 1, 2, 3, 4, 5… 6, 7, 8, 9, 10… 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 factory sets. 17, 18 vending boxes… and a rack box. 19 sets and boxes, barely 10 dollars a set. Barely 10 dollars a set! Are you ready for this? 119… 199 dollars. 19 sets including 1987 Fleer. Now I’m gonna get a price guide out and
book these out because this one here… we can actually book and it is going to blow
your mind… when you see… what this deal literally goes for. The 1987 Fleer alone on this… the 1987 Fleer set alone… is over 50 bucks! You can’t. Think about all the Frank Thomas rookie cards,
Griffey Jrs… you got a chance in the ’94… Michael Jordan cards in the ’94 Collectors
Choice. You got ’90 Upper Deck, ’92 Dondruss… ’91 Dondruss… all factory sets! For those people is that when he got elected of 299 dollars. And you’re always going 299 dollars. Folks, we’re doin’ it all right now for 199! This is the factory baseball blowout!
This is factory too, gang! Everything you see. Vending boxes. We got two of those.
There’s 2,000 cards. You wanna figure it out? 1, 2É lessee… uhh 700, 14, 21, 28, 35, 42, 49… 56, 63, 7… 77, 84… 91, 98… 10,500, 11,500… Holy cow! Approximately 13,000 cards for 199 dollars! Approximately 13,000 cards! Now I am gonna get aÉ uhh uhh calculator and figure this out. Approximately 13,000 cards! This… is one of the best we’ve ever done, period. One of the best we have ever done
in the history of this show. 13,000 cards including the ’91 traded… and we’re doin’ it for 199. Normally we do 13,000 cards for 299! We’re doin’ 13,000 cards for 199
and we’re including a ’87 Fleer factory set. A 1987… Fleer… factory set. All of that with the rack boxes, the vending
boxes and the whole nine yards! SF-4393. EverythingÉ we’re selling them to you at 10 dollars a factory set! Folks, the average book value per set
is 20 and 30 dollars. At 30 dollars a set you’re looking at 600 bucks total book value. Just in the sets alone. 199 dollars.

100 thoughts on “Don West – Baseball Blowout Extravaganza, Part 1

  1. Love when he takes a breath at 2:25 and then jumps right back in-  "gotta keep this from fallin' here…….FACTORY SET!!!

  2. Does anyone remember when he used to open up those 100 dollar pack of 1 card on the air?  What were those called, I think they were like Diamond King Elite or some nonsense.

  3. Oh. My. God. Don West. I grew up with this guy…Whenever I couldn't sleep, I'd put this on and watch it all night. Don West is the most energetic salesperson in the history of salespeople. God, I miss this guy.

  4. Don West could sell an 80 year old woman's shit-streaked panties as long as it came with a Ken Griffey Jr. rookie and Willie Mays MVP card.

  5. Damn, this brings back memories lol. Collecting cards was so fun in the 90's. Btw, anyone who collected knows all these sets were terrible lmao.

  6. remember watching this on saturday late nights,i was a card collector and boy were they overpricing just about everything and the graded cards were a joke

  7. I like at the end he pulls out some cards to look for the stars and he comes up with Jim Abbott and A. Bartlett Giamatti, the man who banned Pete Rose from baseball haha

  8. Fast forward 15-20 years. "Come on Folks! This is a great deal! All these cards for 199.99! You can't beat this deal. They aren't worth shit anymore but at least you can brag that you spent basically 200 dollars to own photos of men! This deal can't get much better folks!"

  9. I wanted the Griffey jr 89 upper deck rookie card so bad! Used to watch these guys in the 90's constantly!!!

  10. "The 1987 Fleer set alone is over 50 bucks!!"

    Just looked on eBay to see what the 1987 Fleer set sold for. It sold for a whopping $5.50

  11. I love how they emphasize Frank Thomas… so '90s.
    A few years ago I bought a Frank autographed, PSA DNA authenticated and fully framed White Sox jersey for $150. I bought a Sandy Koufax jersey in that same layout for five times that amount. No one really cares about Frank anymore. But in the '90s we thought that he was THE NEXT IMMORTAL PIECE OF BASEBALL ROYALTY.

  12. I love how all these cards are from the junk/wax era of 1987-1993. The hobby was absolutely destroyed during this period because too many crappy card companies started making sets and everybody and their mother was collecting because they thought these things were going to pay for their kids college educations. Little did they know that the overproduction of these cards meant that they were going to have absolutely zero value in the future.

  13. Best part of this show is don screaming LIMITED EDITION! WAX BOX AND NEVER COMMING BACK FOLKS! just him screaming limited edition was the reason why i watched this lol

  14. Back when sports cards were actually worth a good amount of money. Now….you could probably get half of these cards for under $5

  15. I used to hate this guy because I knew damn well he was full of shit and didn't understand how people could fall for it.

  16. Don West was known to sell counterfeit fake cards. If you ordered anything from him worth any money at all then it was probably counterfeit.

  17. Please McP485, upload more! I don't know how in the world you had access to these videos, but I could literally watch these as quick as you put them up. I lived to watch this show! So many memories.

  18. That's like 20 bucks worth of cards right there.. musta been high when they were selling this.. notice they don't include any sets with Griffey Jr rookies?

  19. I remember when me and my friends would be up late at night and call in on these shows and fuck around with prank phone calls. We got put on the air a few times and messed with Don and he was always so cool about it.

    He had real sense of humor.

  20. I remember these 2 guys on cable tv, I used to watch it for entertainment all the sell were junks no one wanted. Few years later when card collecting kinda died out in the late 90's they started selling beanie babies lol

  21. lol awesome nostalgia. but really this isn't a horrible deal like you might think. I mean sure you could get all this stuff for cheaper if you tried, but there's a ton of cards and some decent sets.

  22. I would have loved to have played the fkng straight man to Don West i loved watching this shit around 200 at 2 3 o clock in the mourning i didnt have cable.

  23. Does anyone remember what the super expensive single card packs he used to sell and open on tv? Something like Diamond Kings but fancier and were something crazy like 100 bucks for one card, he'd open them on the air and then scream, that books for 300 bucks! I'd love to see that bullshit again. If anyone remembers, let me know

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