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J1534 wrote

Target is very risky,if you see a camera it's definitely watching you and is definitely being monitored. Target LP are usually very well hidden and are dressed like regular employees. It's not impossible to lift from Target but it'd be more likely that you'd be caught then actually get out of the store with merch and target does prosecute even if all you took was a pack of gum or a bottle of water and on top of that you will be banned for life from that location and don't try going in with a backpack because they will immediately be following you. My advice is to not lift from Target and stick to easy stores like walmart who has pathetic LP

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davidisnotmyname wrote

Yugioh gives a higher pay. There's like multiple 40+ dollar cards that honestly aren't that hard to pull.

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Coolguy48 wrote

Damn family is going to target today I was hoping to lift some booster packs to re sell whatever's worth re selling

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J1534 wrote

You'd be better off lifting yugioh cards because they're worth more and are worth the risk...difference between pokemon and yugioh tcg is that with pokemon is mainly younger kids who rely on their parents to buy them the cards but with yugioh is mainly people in their twenties to early thirties who are down to spend $100+ on one card

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J1534 wrote

Yugioh is still popular but it's a lot different than it used to be I see people on Facebook sell cards for $400+ a piece

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Throwdown321 wrote

It was popular 2-3 years after i came out, and when i was in high school, early 2000s. but after a while, beforei left hs, the player base magically disappeared. and everyone moved on to thier academics. Only a small group of us played MTG at that point. There was a revival after hs, because of the gameboy consoles of the game, this allowed use to use yugioh cards to get the console version.