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Available in store from the 15th December 2010, Panini Plates and Patches Football will be on offer with a suggested retail price of $150. For that price you will get a box consisting of one pack comprising of 8 cards. Each pack will yield the following cards: 1 autographed Prime Memorabilia Rookie Card, 2 additional autographs numbered to 999 or less, 1 other autograph or memorabilia, 2 commons, 1 parallel and 1 insert. This exciting product will offer collectors a chance to pull NFL shields, autographed NFL shields, Gridiron Cuts and Printing Plate Signatures to name a few. As for More >
Bowman will launch its Sterling Football on the 15th December and it is fair to say that the price point will probably not be accessible to everyone. Set to set you back between $230 and $250, each box will include 6 packs of 5 cards. Each of these packs will include 2 Relics cards, 2 Rookie Base cards and 1 autographed card. Furthermore, in each box, there will be a dual Relic Box Topper. Marketed as a preview of the hotest 2010 NFL rookie, the product promises to be very popular with rookie collectors and fans of spectacular patches and More >
Set for release on the 22nd December 2010 and with a pre-sell price of $63.99, Donruss offers a solid and affordable choice for basketball collectors’ Christmas list. Each hobby box will include 24 packs of 10 cards each and boxes should yield on average 3 autographs or memorabilia cards (at least one will be an autograph). On top of this, 20 die-cut cards will be found in each box and a short print duo insert will also be inserted as well. If Santa brings you a box make sure you share your break with us in the box break section More >
Panini will take to the field again on the 1st December 2010 with the release of the 2010 Gridiron Gear Football cards. With a price tag of around $90 this is an affordable product which packs a fairly good amount of pulls. During a break of Gridiron Gear you should bag yourself 2 Memorabilia cards and 2 Autographs cards as well as 18 rookie cards and 9 inserts/parallels. Like it or hate it, parallels are certainly a regular feature of the Panini products. Some love them, others hate them but one thing is for sure: they have got people talking. More >
Playoff Prestige is consistently praised as the first rookie card product of every football card season.
With team names included on each of the 100 rookies, collectors consider these the first Radiers cards of Darren McFadden, Dolphins of Jake Long or Packers of Brian Brohm. And with 10 randomly short-printed rookies, collectors may have a bigger surprise than expected when they pull their favorite rookie.
Prestige also offers up a lot of guarantees in every box, inserts, memorabilia cards, and autographs.
And what would a Donruss/Playoff product be without plenty of confusing parallels? Prestige delivers on that front with parallels to the base set and More >
I think everyone can remember a couple of weeks back when everyone was looking for the hot prospects out of Press Pass. Well, get ready for it again as Press Pass Signature Edition is hitting shelves next Friday.
Base cards will feature the city name of each player’s NFL team, making it the first product to have team identification.
The product will include autographs of all the top prospects including top picks Jake Long, Chris Long, Matt Ryan, Darren McFadden, Glenn Dorsey, and Vernon Ghoulsten.
Press Pass SE easily carries more demand than regular Press Pass because of what a box guarantees. Each More >