2013 Topps Prime Football Will Have Four Hits Per Box

Topps has released preliminary information for one of its mid-season football products, one that’s targeted to the collector looking for hits without getting hit too hard in the wallet.  2013 Topps Prime Football is slated to be released the week of October 7, featuring 10 packs per box with four hits in each pack at a price that shouldn’t push too far past $100 per box.

Eddie Lacy 2013 Topps PrimeEach pack will have six cards:  one autograph, one autographed relic and two relics will make up four of them.  The cards will be full-bleed action shots.

Arian Foster 2013 Topps PrimeThe base set will consist of 150 cards including 100 veterans with hobby only gold parallels and 50 rookies with a variety of parallels serial numbered to 350.

Topps plans five levels of autographed relic cards—all rookies—with hobby only parallel variations:  Copper (# to 50), Gold (# to 25), Rainbow (# to 15), Silver (# to 10) and 1/1 Gold versions.  Among the relic pieces in production will be footballs, jerseys, gloves and even socks.

There will be autographed rookie card variations with 1/1 hobby only gold rainbow parallels and 25 vets will get the same treatment.

Inserts will include Primetimers, Primed Rookies and Prime Performance, which will feature players from the 2012 NFL rookie class.

You can learn more about 2013 Topps Prime Football via the link directly below.

2012 Topps Prime Football Sell Sheet

2013 Topps Prime Geno Smith base