Packing plenty of color and serial numbered cards, 2020 Panini Spectra Football is set to arrive October 16. Here’s a look at what to expect.
2020 Panini Spectra Configuration and Base Set
Spectra is short on quantity but long on hits. Boxes will carry four packs, with four cards in each. Cases will have eight boxes. Each box promised one Rookie Patch Autograph (numbered to 199 or less); three additional autographs, six memorabilia cards, one insert and five numbered base cards.
Base cards will be numbered to 99 but there will be 13 parallels numbered from 75 to 1/1, including four die-cuts.
Rookie Patch Autographs will be among the big prizes, with each numbered to 199 or less including 1/1 Gold and Laundry Tag versions.
Another series of rookie autographs comes in the form of Radiant Rookie Autographs which will also be numbered to 199 or less including 1/1 NFL Shields, NFLPA logos and Nike logos.
Champion Signatures will feature players who have been a part of Super Bowl winning teams while Sky High Signatures will showcase photos of players in the air. They’ll be on-card and numbered to 99 or less.
Illustrious Legends autographs will carry a checklist of former greats while Vested Veterans will highlight current stars. Both will hard-signed.
2020 Panini Spectra will include a Tribute insert set that will also have autographed versions. The set will feature Peyton Manning and Drew Brees with the signed copies numbered to 99 or less.
Among the memorabilia cards will be Repsectra, a collection of cards showing players trading jerseys on the field after games.
High Voltage cards will be numbered to 99 or less while Rising Above, Championship Gear, Dynamic Duos and Brilliance, Firework Fabric and Championship Gear will be other subsets that feature relic pieces.
As always, look for plenty of other parallels scattered about each element of the product.
Prices on eBay vary quite a bit, but figure to pay at least $700 for a box.