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Mojobreak was created when two sports card enthusiats realized that they could turn there love for sports cards into a nice hobby business. Everyone says you should follow your passion. That is exactly what Dan and Doug decided to do. The love for opening packs is the niche that sounded best for the two inspiring entreprueners.  Hands on in front of the camera and getting to touch and see the mojo is what drives mojobreak.com. Nothing like pulling that one of one live on camera!

Realizing that modern sports cards can be very expensive  mojobreak makes sports card collecting cheaper! Case Prices can be thousands of dollars and not many people have the coin to afford that. Mojobreak does its breaks by team so you can pick your favorite team at a fraction of the price! Say you’re a yankee fan and thats all you collect. Group breaking is the right option for you

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Shani Pelled
Shani Pelled
2022 years ago

Dan, Doug, Billy, and James are simply good guys. In a crowded industry that seems to have another fly by night breaker daily, these guys are a pillar of professionalism. The vast majority of breaks fill and break on time, the stream is above average, and the community is respectful. One of my all time go to sources for group breaks since I started.

TheBreakerWhoMatters TheBreakerWhoMatters
TheBreakerWhoMatters TheBreakerWhoMatters
2014 years ago

Ok so I like there LOGO!!!! That is it, There prices are 1st highest in the WHOLE INDUSTRY!!!!!! The Schedule thing is another bad thing! And another is they show no care. It is like you buy something and then they dont know you . IDK if I had to break here on a daily basis I would Rather bite Nails!!!!!!!!!!!

morebreaksplease
morebreaksplease
2014 years ago

Good variety of breaks, with breaks happening every day. They have breaks all day and into the evening, so there is something for everyone. Their new app is especially appealing with push notifications of newly listed breaks or even when they are going live. They are extremely professional, are trailblazers when it comes to trying new things and making the industry better. Well respected by customers, distributors, and manufacturers. With this infrastructure and resources, comes very high break prices. You pay a lot, but you can count on quality, consistency, and professionalism.

Amichai Cardozo
Amichai Cardozo
2014 years ago

Only breaker that thinks its justified to ask absurd prices for new products in pick your team breaks, not a breaker id refer anyone too.

John Trainor
John Trainor
2014 years ago

Mojo prices breaks before checklists come out to get your money before you realize how badly you got screwed paying $80 for a team that has NO HITS. This has happened to me TWICE with this breaker and I am done breaking here. No refunds or discounts once the checklist comes out and I see I paid for nothing. Rudeness and greed is prevalent here. If you feel obligated to break at this joke and watch the horrible quality video with the camera basically sitting on the table – do yourself a favor and buy AFTER the checklist comes out so you can see how bad the pricing is.

Nick Kelp
Nick Kelp
2014 years ago

One of the longest running and most reliable breakers out there. Best in the biz.

TJBreakz
TJBreakz
2014 years ago

I’ll echo what John stated below – this guy throws prices for teams up without ever doing any research on the checklist. You’ll see teams priced at $50-100 that have NO HITS in a break just because he knows he has someone in his “group” that likes that team. No customer service, just “tough luck” if you buy a team before the checklist comes out. Video quality is not the best either, I hate the camera on the table approach, I’ve seen other breakers with better views.

Luca Djelosevic
Luca Djelosevic
2014 years ago

Best in the biz. Promotions, Discounts, Free Breaks, Great Guys. Feel right at home.

Loren Sternberg
Loren Sternberg
2014 years ago

Have broken with mojo several times, not always my go to break site, but I enjoy their variety and availability. I’ve always felt prices are well in line with the product. Never had any issues with shipping, in the first few breaks I didn’t get any notifications of shipping but always got my cards and that has changed lately and am getting notifications. Breakers are always friendly and I have never had any issues with video quality. Had a hard time in past finding archived videos, always seem to find them but for some reason it always takes me a while. I would recommend mojobreaks to anyone.

James Chriske
James Chriske
2014 years ago

Love these guys! Fair breakers. Always willing to break something from suggestions. Good variety! Keep up the good work

Eric Pinchak
Eric Pinchak
2014 years ago

Absolutely the HIGHEST, overpriced breakers out there. Shipping takes a week to 10 days. Mostly spend time talking to each other about last night’s dinner or one of their own favorite teams, to the point that they’ll be holding the next card in their hand for over minute before showing so they can finish one of their boring ridiculous stories. After 2 years of “points” earned on their site of well over 1000 dollars i got one cheesy team in a box of 2014 bowman sterling (one of the worst products ever made)….the ONE and ONLY good things is you can find about anything you are lookin to break on their site. I won’t break with them again unless i absolutely have to because of a product i really want. Other then that, STAY AWAY IMO…

Mark Ludwig
Mark Ludwig
2014 years ago

Broke with these guys about a total of 10 times.. Got some awesome cards from them..But id have to agree their pricing is higher than the average breaker. Other than that great group

cloudx71
cloudx71
2022 years ago

Dan, Doug, Billy, and James are all honest, friendly and personable guys. First and foremost, these are good people who really do care about the hobby and more importantly, you, the customer. So many other breakers are simply out there to make as much money as possible, throwing out fillers and promos and other gimmicks, Mojo does not! This is precisely the reason why there is a set schedule, because these guys are upfront and honest about what they have and when it will fill. In fact, this is the ONLY breaker I have seen that will actually begin to discount teams when the break isn’t full and is scheduled to begin. I have gotten many great teams by simply waiting a little bit and buying them at a discount. Additionally, if you download the mojobreak app, you get 20 percent off any team style break. So I’m not sure where these reviews criticizing price are coming from, but they are definitely off base.

Additioanlly, if you think the price is too high, then why are you choosing to buy the spots? Their prices are reasonable and even if Importantly, if the checklist comes out and there are no hits, you can always ask for a refund 24 hours before the break and I am 100 percent sure that if you had an issue, the guys would work with you. Ive met Doug and Dan in person many times. In fact, the first time I met , he gave me his personal cell phone and told me to let him know if I ever needed hobby boxes or if I ever had any issues to let him know. Im not sure how you all define good customer service, but this is it. If you want an honest, down to earth place to join in card breaks, this is the only place you should go to break cards. This is a fun, friendly and safe place to spend your time and money and I would recommend anyone I know to give mojobreaks a chance!!!!!

John Terry
John Terry
2022 years ago

Overall, a good group of guys with a unique way of breaking. As mentioned in previous reviews, pricing structure is a little awkward at times. Most of the times, pricing is fairly high, typically between 10 to 30% higher than many other breakers. However, a unique thing to consider is if a team is unsold, then they begin lowering prices as it gets closer to breaking time, at which the prices then are relatively close to market. This leads to my next comment; actual breaks. They run on a schedule, so you can see when they’ll be breaking and which specific product they would be breaking. If a product is sold out, but scheduled two weeks out, guess what? You’re waiting two weeks. So if you want something a little more structured, then this crew might fit what you want. I want to also note that they run their live feed directed at Twitch; many times, I’ve been on their breakers.tv channel, but they’re speaking more towards the Twitch crowd, often times missing out on questions on the breakers.tv channel. The several times I’ve been able to catch them live, there’s only 1 to 3 people on their breakers.tv channel watching, so not a whole lot of socializing going on.

Jennie Speer
Jennie Speer
2013 years ago

I am willing to admit out of the gate that I am biased when it comes to Mojo. I really like these guys and consider them my go to. They are very entertaining and even more likable, and provide a great variety, albeit lacking in hockey. Rarely does a break not happen due to not being sold out, in fact I don’t think I’ve ever seen that happen with Mojo. All that said, the one down side, and it can be a big one, is that their pricing is well above average for just about all products, especially new releases. i do value quality service to a large degree, but I value my wallet even more. I have had some bad experiences bargain hunting, and joining breaks with a less than reputable breaker. That won’t ever happen with Mojo, but ultimately I do far less breaks with them than I would like. In fairness, I should mention that they discount PYT spots in breaks that are close to breaking time, but still haven’t filled. If your team is a popular one, this will not likely help you. In the end I would still give them a high recommendation.

Richard Hunt
Richard Hunt
4 years ago

terrible terrible terrible attitude, how dare you question them about anything, Conrad ( the wangster wannabe) will challenge you to a fight if you question him about anything. dull personalities, boring, super slow shipping, the only positive is their variety of breaks. i liked the ebay breaks, but with the poor attitude and slow shipping i will not break with them again.

SpartyHawk Cache
SpartyHawk Cache
3 years ago

Met Doug & Dan (and Mike) in person at this year’s 2018 National in Cleveland, OH after engaging with them via Twitter over a few fun hobby subjects. Started listening to (and watching via YouTube) their podcast called, “The Hype”. They do a weekly show that breaks down new releases and gives you updates on hobby news that is fresh in the industry. They also like to inject humor into their show as well so its educational & entertaining! Just entered my first breaks with them last week and enjoyed their production and the systematic organization of the break! C-Rad ran a Thursday night 2017-2018 Panini Contenders hoops break very smoothly while Doug & Dan split time opening boxes of 2018 Panini Absolute football during their breaks. Hit a few decent cards overall, but enjoyed their production and banter while running the breaks! They engaged with the audience via You Tube and/or Facebook chat so you can have some real-time conversations/comments while they are ripping. Great guys in person who definitely try to give their customers a solid experience with MojoBreakl!

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Jay Lee
2 years ago

Holy shit these guys prices are a joke. Like every one of their NT teams were way over price. They had bengals for 39 when I see 19-25 everywhere else. Really sucks tho because I started listening to their podcast and really liked these guys and they seemed to be so for the consumer and the hobby. Just took a look around at other places and realized they have the highest prices in the Whole breaker community. Just listen to their podcast guys and you can see how fake these guys are and how they are for the “hobby” lmao they rag on the panini and distributors when they shady just Iike them but fake it like they pro consumer.