$75 for a box of boosters. MSRP is around $120, but still...Gok found a box of Ice Age he bought ages ago, and the price for the box was something like $12 (I don't remember exactly...that was a whole 14 hours ago). But still, I don't think the price of cardboard went up 800% in five years. So I ask this: If a box of boosters were dropped to...let's say $25...what would happen: Sales drop because people buy the same about of cards but at a lower price. Sales stay the same and Hasbro loses money. Sales increase, but aren't enough to offset the lost profit. Sales match the lowered price, and Hasbro makes the samve profit off thrice the cards. Sales boom and Hasbro makes a greater profit. Sales skyrocket and Hasbro can't keep up with demand. My guess is that singles will drop in demand and sales would increase, since more people like me will buy boxes. Why would I play $25 for three singles when I could buy another box and get a bunch of stuff, and probably a few of the singles I wanted. This would also give them a reason to reduce the number of commons in a pack.