What do you want to know? They are interesting cards, but sadly mass produced and worth very little. The series died in 1990 or so. It came back in 94, but still couldn't catch a break and disappeared again for good after a year or two. 1994 R/T is the best of the Sportflic cards.
More like $0.72 at Walgreens while regular wax packs were still around $0.40. I remember the hobby magazines went nuts over them, but I don't remember any collectors being particularly interested. In later years, I was very disappointed when they went from three images down to two, when the technology had actually advanced to allow 6 or 7 images/frames of motion to be shown.
Once holograms came in, Sportflics was out, and even then, no one really seemed to care about holograms. I always thought those Dennys cards that showed a players entire swing were really cool.