Basically, EA said there were "Easter Egg collectibles" in packs. They then sent between 3-5 of them (for free) to HUGE YouTubers to show what you received if you got the collectible in the pack. The packs were ridiculously good- mostly 96+ overalls, some over 1mil (each) in value, and about 12-16 cards per pak (I forget). It was a blatant move to 1) pay off people with clout to advertise for them and 2) make people spend tons of money. Well, everyone sold their players to get these, causing the market to crash, and SO many ppl to bankrupt themselves. There were so few in packs, the next day NO youtube vids from REAL (not patsy) players - no tweets- NO ONE found these easter collectibles, Now, maybe there were 5-10. But what EA is doing, is preying on KIDS by enticing them to GAMBLE. This whole think reeks with corporate greed. I mean- 10-13 yr old kids (hundreds of them) lost their whole teams (and tons of money) opening packs. Just despicable
I agree with alot of things like EA's poor distribution of rare cards, high prices for packs, but forcing kids to sell their whole team to open packs? .... C'mon Man.
All collectors with common sense knew to avoid this promo. What are the best possible cards? Thanksgiving Randy Moss, Fantasy Corderell Patterson, COTW weekly/Legends that were not actionable, rare Elites for Position Collection?