While some chase down bargain priced TVs, computers and video gaming systems, collectors want something else. Truth be told, collectibles shouldn’t be immune from the biggest shopping weekend of the year. We’ve once again tracked down some Cyber Week sports memorabilia specials and other deals that will be going on in the coming weeks.
Topps has discounted some trading card boxes and cases, autographed memorabilia, wall art and other items through their online store. Even the 2016 Sapphire factory and Limited baseball sets have been discounted by about 25%.
Among the busiest online retailers is Steiner Sports. Autographs, photos, game-used items and more are listed on their website.
They’ll have different discounts and different discount codes in play, depending on the day, all via this link. Monday and Tuesday will offer the biggest discounts since Black Friday weekend began last week. Use CYBER35 to get 35% off your order. Among the best deals are discounts on signed photos from the late, great Yogi Berra.
If you miss those sales, you can always take 20% off with the code COLLECT20 anytime of year.
NFL Shop is offering 25% off orders over $25 with code “MONDAY”.
In addition to the usual apparel you see advertised during the games, they have a big selection of autographs, football cards and display pieces. This link takes you directly there.
Fanatics, which offers autographed memorabilia, cards and fan gear such as apparel, is offering 30% off with the code “CYBERMONDAY” while their partner SportsMemorabilia.com, will also have ongoing deals throughout the next couple of weeks, usually deep discounts with free shipping.
COMC.com has had one of the most successful Black Friday/Cyber Monday promotions in the hobby over the last several years. Thousands of sellers have listed about 13 million items on the site and many will be offering their inventory at discounted prices through early next week.
In a promotion that’s already underway, COMC is offering free shipping on any order of 20 or more items purchased on COMC and shipped Black Friday through Cyber Monday. They’re also handing out scratch-off cards with orders. The cards will offer a chance to win up to $100 COMC store credit.
eBay has a special section for sports-related deals from now through Christmas.
Their ‘Fan Shop‘ section has a wide variety of items being offered by sellers who have marked them down for the promotion. Some are tailgate or decor type items but we’ve seen toploaders and other trading card supplies, unopened boxes and other pieces of interest to collectors..
Hunt Auctions is offering 25% off its entire web store including free shipping on orders over $200.
What will be the biggest selling 2016 Black Friday sports memorabilia? Pretty safe to say it’ll be Cubs World Series collectibles. After all, it has been 108 years since anyone’s been able to buy anything with the words “Cubs” and “World Series champions” on it.