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

Topps continues the tradition of following in the footstep of past Olympics products in 2014 and 2012. The big main difference is that they resorted to sticker auto's. To some that is a deciding factor in not purchasing a product. The big factor out there is it appears that the boxes deliver a lot more hits than the stated odds on the box with 3 hits. We had 5 hits and that adds a tremendous amount of value to the boxes.

The base set is small at 75 cards (with no one card not existing). Most boxes will yield close to a full set if not a full set of the base set. The main insert is the the Parrallel of the base cards. The Bronze parallel are seeded one per pack with most packs having ieither a Silver (1:2 packs) or Gold (1:3) as well. Gold Rainbow parallels are all one-of-ones.The other two inserts are the Olympic Disciplines inserted 1 in 4 packs. They focus on giving a little information on the various athletes representing that sport and how it played. The Closing Ceremonies are seeded 1 in 24 packs ( one per box). This insert focuses on letting one learn the location of the Olmypics from the past and the medal count as well.

The autograph has several versions as well. The base version auto has 40 athletes with parallels from bronze to gold and the elusive gold rainbow. The copper is #'ed to 50' silver #'ed to 30, while the gold are #'ed to 15. There is also a Olympic Champion set comprising 10 of the greatest Olympic champions from the U.S. Last but not least is the rare cut signature auto's. Look at the autograph checklistt below as a few of those signature cuts would be Priceless!

The relics in this product are comprised of about 30 in each set with a mixture of various athletes. There are team relics, team patch cards, flag patch cards, and team crest patch cards. These cards also have parallel versions.

The checklist can be found here:
http://www.topps.com/wp/wp-content/u...lympics-CL.pdf

Product configuration:
Packs per box: 24
Cards per pack: 8
Boxes per case: 12

Price per box: $70 to $80 a box

What we pulled:
















Final Thoughts:
Base- 3/5
Design - 3/5
Fun - 4/5
Value - 4.5/5
Rebuy - 4.5/5
Overall 19/25 (76%)

(NPN No Purchase Necessary and Stated Odds):


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.