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    2015 Topps Field Access Football Hobby Box for review



    First and foremost, I'd like to thank our sponsors at Topps for providing us with this box.

    As with all products there is the good and bad. Topps Field Access has quite a few things going for it. First of all it's loaded with tons of action shot photos, 4 auto's per box, and the big thing no Redemptions. On the flip side the stock of the cards are nothing special, there sticker auto's, and the design of the cards are rather bland including the insert sets.

    Topps Field Access is comprised of 200 base cards covering the veterans, rookies, and retired stars. Parallels add a basic color difference with Blue (2 per pack), Gold (#/99), Green (#/50), Purple (#/25), Red (#1/1) and Printing Plates (1/1).

    The autographed versions of base cards have four levels of numbered parallels and printing plates. The four levels are Gold Parallel: #'ed to 99, Green Parallel: #'d to 50, Purple Parallel: #'d to 25, Red Parallel: #'d 1/1, Printing Plates: #'d 1/1. Look for signed editions of Adrenaline Rush and All Access insert cards, including rare one-of-one Red parallels.

    There are only two inserts set and they are both comprised of 50 cards each. They are All Access and Adrenaline Rush. All Access features unique images of familiar names and Adrenaline Rush showcases the emotions of the game. Like the base set they are comprised of the exact parallels Blue (2 per pack), Gold (#/99), Green (#/50), Purple (#/25), Red (#1/1) and Printing Plates (1/1).

    What we pulled:
    4 autographs



    Printing Plate


    All Access insert:

    Adrenaline Rush insert:


    8 blue parallel's


    FINAL THOUGHTS
    Base - 3.5/5
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    Design - 2.5/5
    Fun - 4.5/5
    Value - 3.5/5
    Rebuy - 3.5/5
    Overall 17.5/25 (70%)

    Stated odds and NPN (No Purchase Necessary):


    Once again, I'd like to thank our wonderful sponsors at Topps for giving us the opportunity to open and review this release. For more information on all of their products, visit them today at www.topps.com.


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    Like the action shots but still think they (Topps) should white out an area for the auto so that it doesn't get lost. Really dislike the vertical line where the text goes.

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    Like the action shots but still think they (Topps) should white out an area for the auto so that it doesn't get lost. Really dislike the vertical line where the text goes.

    As a collector I would love to know the cost factor in making a product. Like buying a car what does each additional add on cost etc. How much for hard sign auto, a white window in a card for the auto, thicker stock variation, patches versus jersey, hand numbered print run, etc.

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    Nice hit on the plate!

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