Due to the enthusiasm for collecting cards, violent behavior has been recorded among customers of Target stores
American Chain Store the goal Announced on friday time out Sold from some Collection,especially Pokemon, Out of “cautious” considerations, sometimes because of customer frenzy.
Fierce quarrel in store parking lot Wisconsin’s goals According to local media reports, this may be the driving force for the chain to make a decision.
The police told the “Milwaukee Daily” report that on May 7, four people were arrested for beating a 35-year-old man who drew a gun to defend himself, but did not shoot.
Collectible cards of “Pokémon” have been very popular since they came out in 1996. In recent years, they have regained their success. Pandemic, According to the professional website Marketplace.
Dozens of images of grain packaging were destroyed. Hope to find these images there and circulate them on social networks by the children in front of the Target store.
A box of Pokemon trading cards from 1999 was sold on the Goldin auction website in February for $666,000.Some rare pictures, such as Pokémon Drakov, Their income is more than 300,000 US dollars.
The price increase is partly attributable to Internet stars, such as the 26-year-old YouTuber Logan Paul, who boasted of spending nearly $2 million on Pokemon stamps.
Due to fanaticism, Target began limiting sales to one pack per person last month.