Of course, you are paying more for Prizm, even at the retail level. I bought a blaster box of the 2021 WNBA Prizm set at my local Walmart for $34.98. The price was only topped by my amazement that there were even blaster boxes at Walmart — they have been scarce there and mostly nonexistent at Target (occasionally one will slip through at Target).
Heck, Walmart even had complete sets of 2021 Topps baseball available, so I grabbed one quickly.
The base set contains 100 cards. I pulled 16 base cards, which included rookie cards of Shyla Neal, Aaliyah Wilson and Kysre Gonrezick. There was also a green parallel of Katie Lou Samuelson. Two of my favorite names for WNBA players — Epiphany Prince and Diamond DeShields — were among the 15 base cards I found.
There were no signature or relic cards in the blaster box, but I was not expecting any. The best insert was a Fireworks green pulsar card of Candace Parker, numbered to 25.
There was also a Far Out insert of Sabrina Ionescu, one of 10 in the set.
Emergent is also a 10-card insert, and my blaster had a green parallel of Jewell Loyd.