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Topps®, the classic sports card and memorabilia company brings you Topps® BUNT® MLB Card Trader – the officially licensed digital collectibles app of Major League Baseball and MLB Players, Inc! Join a community of fans from around the world that enjoy the nostalgia of collecting & trading baseball cards every day and bring your collection to life with interactive in-app features! Discover a NEW world of collecting! • NEW baseball cards available every day! • Claim FREE daily bonus packs of Topps® cards! • Claim FREE currency to increase pack-opening power! • Trade with fans around the world – anytime, anywhere! • Complete journeys to unlock special event content • Connect with and follow fellow collectors! Bring your collection to life! • Complete Missions to unlock special content! • Play cards in free Contests to win prizes! • Create card Wish Lists & Trade Lists. • Combine or craft cards into rarer collectibles! • Track and complete sets to earn collectible awards! • Spin the Wheel to win cards, coins, and more! Customize your profile! • Showcase your favorite Topps baseball cards! • Choose & unlock profile avatars! *For the best experience, we recommend devices be updated to iOS 12 or later.* ----- MORE INFO Stay in the know about the latest BUNT card releases: - Follow @ToppsBUNT on Twitter - Follow @ToppsBUNT on Facebook - Follow @officialToppsBUNT on Instagram - Subscribe: YouTube: youtube.com/ToppsDigitalApps - Subscribe: Twitch: twitch.tv/toppsdigicast - Visit: play.toppsapps.com/app/bunt Terms of Service - https://www.topps.com/mobileterms
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I like this game, even though I tend to miss out on the better cards. I like collecting digital cards, but I don’t want to pay real money for cards made only of pixels. So I trade for some better cards, and miss out on most. But the game itself is fun. Playing the free contests can get you some good cards. And the Prize Wheel May get you some. But I really like to play the Batter Up game, though I lose a lot. It’s an exercise in gambling-try to get money but if you are too greedy you may strike out. You need to learn when to walk off. I like the cards I (rarely) win in Batter Up. I also like fusing cards, except I can’t fuse to get any specific player card. But the critics of this app don’t seem to realize the idea of making an app is to make money. Thus, you pay if you want the best cards. I do ok without paying much real money. And the cards are just digital anyway. I don’t get why critics get so negative-no one forces them to pay to play. It’s only a game, and if you love collecting cards and opening packs, it’s fun. Good cards are rare in physical form, and actually Topps likely wants to sell those more than digital cards. I do pay money for physical cards because I get something real. And I still like the game with all its faults.
I've played BUNT for a a few years now, and while it's a fun companion to collecting physical cards, I don't think I'll ever stop buying physical packs as long as BUNT is the way it is. The app can be weird sometimes and has odd glitches that make me worry sometimes for my digital collection. I've never spent real money in the app, and I've never really placed well in the daily contests that drive the hard to get cards, there is somewhat of a connection, if you're buying the premium packs you'll end up with better cards with better multipliers, this is kinda frustrating, but they've gotten better at helping f2p players by constantly giving you free packs to help fill out base sets, which is nice, but doesnt help win contests. I'd recommend BUNT to anyone looking for a nice baseball related distraction, if you want to get into collecting digitally, go for it, it seems like it'd be worth it if you are into that, but for me, it's just not all there, and I dont know if it ever will be.
Update: When they said there was nothing they could do and no timeline as to when this would be resolved I then let them know I deleted the app and will be posting a negative review. Somehow then they emailed back problem was resolved. Still horrible customer service as this is something that could have easily been done right away. Increasing star review to 2 star though until they can figure out how to set this up so you can register under an email and a password and log in on multiple devices to take your collection anywhere. This may stop people from getting multiple accounts! This whole linking problem is why people might use a second email to create an account! Original Post: This app development is horrible. I had to reinstall the app once and it would not let me log in saying it was already linked to my device. They were able to unlink things so I could sign back in. Yesterday I found I had a virus on my phone and had to do a factory reset. They now tell me they can not unlink again because I had too many unlink requests. This makes NO sense to me! Why can't they just figure out like every other app does where you sign in with your email and can do that with any device?! Needless to say I deleted this app due to this.
I only use the Bunt App made by Topps, but I’ve heard similar stories across all Topps apps (SWCT, Huddle, Kick, Slam, etc). Topps uses deceitful and unethical sales practices, for example they may or may not tell you something is sold out in a pack before letting you purchase it (just 2 days ago there was a $70 Pack in Bunt called Black Ice and Topps mislead buyers by saying they had a chance at a number of cards, including 1/1 signatures, 25 card counts and 35 card count limiteds... when in reality only 75 card count limiteds were left - sounds minor, but on the secondary market the value of a 1/1 Signature is $200-$300 whereas a 75 card count limited is less than $20, so why would someone spend $70 on a pack if there was zero chance of getting a valuable card)... other times they have forgotten about awards, changed contest settings (they disallowed any series 1 or 2 cards for the postseason even though many people, including myself, spent a significant amount of money on those cards in preparation for the postseason contest), and my favorite, forgotten to put the proper insert cards in packs, or mislisting what was in packs. I honestly don’t know how or why either Apple or MLB allows Topps to operate the Bunt App, it’s run poorly, they lie, cheat, and steal, and they rarely make things right when they do mess up.
I like the new batter up game but it seems the randomness is not that random. Almost every time I play I never make it past the fourth inning because there is always strikes. I do like collecting cards and how they tie them into games all season long. Now I have nothing to do through the winter and have to start over with my collection next spring. If you don't trade in your cards for better one with higher points you can end up with 15 or more duplicates because the system gives out the same cards over and over. With the post season cards those can't be traded up and in a short time I have 5 copies of some cards. The biggest complaint I have is the power drain on my phone. If I open the app it drains away 20% of the battery in ten minutes. No other app is that bad. And if I leave it open in the background it also has an impact on the battery so I have to remember to completely shut it down or my phone dies quickly.
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Topps® BUNT® MLB Card Trader is ranking in Sports & Games & Sports & Card
Last update was at Aug 05, 2021and the current version is 16.5.0.
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Topps® BUNT® MLB Card Trader have a 3 380a user reviews.
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