This year’s NFL rookie class has been a godsend to hobby shops. 2012 football card products continue to rule the roost among hot products.
The Gametime Giveaway and some nods to its football card past are some of the features inside Topps 2012 football card boxes, set for release at hobby shops Wednesday.
2012 Topps Archives puts today’s stars on yesterday’s designs and tosses in some autographs and inserts. Rich Klein steps into the wayback machine to test drive a box.
Topps Gold Ticket Redemptions will be scarce, but they’ll be good for a triple signed baseball from three big names.
Rich Klein discusses Topps’ troubles with the Diamond Collection website and recalls the day he ate a 12-year-old piece of gum–and it was worth it.
Panini Threads goes horizontal for its 2011 football issue. We get a look at what the hobby boxes offer while opening the less expensive blaster.
Rich Klein fishes for prospect autos in his box of 2011 Bowman Platinum.
2011 Topps Series Two boxes will contain random insert ‘Player of the Week’ redemptions good for hobby shop exclusive cards.
The iconic pack is still the foundation of collecting. To open or not open…that is the question.
Plenty of cool old photos of football greats in their college days. Anything else in our 2011 Upper Deck football blaster box?
Topps will offer buyers of its 2011 hobby and jumbo boxes some packs from a special wrapper redemption set.
A look at what pops out of Topps’ newest football card product.
Panini’s first official NBA trading card product includes ten rookie cards printed in lesser quantity than the rest.