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  04-15-2010, 08:48 PM
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So i need to order more blanks and i am not sure if there is a huge quality difference from the two. I like the price better of the value line. But maybe people who have trying both can tell me if they really notice a difference.

here is the two i want to know about

Value Line


Premium Line


i want to order some asap so please let me know

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  04-16-2010, 10:12 PM
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A difference? Not really, no.
You should read this forum post: TY "Valueline" -- Is this a lower grade?

So, is VALUE LINE a lower grade? Yes.
Is it an "eww yucky, lower grade" type of step-down? No, not at all.
Are you familiar with comic books? Or comic book grading? A TY "Value" disc would probably be rated as "near mint (NM)" while the Premium is "mint (M)" grade. Comics have a lot of grades:
1. Poor,
2. Fair,
3. Good,
4. Very Good,
5. Fine,
6. Very Fine,
7. Near Mint,
8. Mint
Understand it better now?
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