So I've been buying blaster boxes of heritage and I noticed the information on the side where it lists the odds of finding different cards. Below that it says you can write for a chance to "obtain" (their word, not mine) a card from the above list.
It mentions that is open only to US and Canadian residents (except Quebec) and tells you where to send your 3 by 5 inch card.
That's when it gets odd, odd to me anyhow.
Can anyone tell me why Canadians have to answer a math problem to get the card if they win?
It states, and I quote.... "Potential Canadians winners will be required to first correctly answer the mathematical skill testing question. Include on a 3 X 5 card the answer to the following skill-test question: 11 X 4 + 6 -8=?"
I find it amusing they don't ask the Americans the same.
and I am the only one trying to complete the base set? I need someone to trade my doubles with. Stupid blaster boxes containing the same cards >__<
EDIT: Jeez, I am SLOW. I found some older Topps blaster boxes and it mentions it on all of them. (The Canadian winners having to answer a math skill test question. Back in 06 it was 10 X 2 + 8 - 2 =?