As the final days of its NFLPA license wind to a close and the current season drifts into the record book, Topps will crank out a new trading card product. 2015 Topps All-Access Football will arrive February 26, offering full-bleed photos on a design similar to some of the early Upper Deck SP products. A complete checklist is available for viewing or download below.
- 4 Autograph Cards
- 4 Insert cards
- 8 or more Base Parallel Cards
You can expect boxes to land at about $70-75 on the retail level, not a bad price considering the four autograph promise. Each case will have 12 boxes.
- Green Parallel: #’d to 50.
- Purple Parallel: #’d to 25
- Red Parallel: #’d 1/1.
- Printing Plates: #’d 1/1.
All Access and Adrenaline Rush autographs will feature the top NFL rookies, veterans and retired greats in full-bleed photography. Topps says the All Access photos won’t be your standard game action shots but rather “an emphasis on player interaction, sideline shenanigans and more unique shots.”
Both All Access and Adrenaline Rush will have 1/1 Red parallels and there will be one short printed autographed card per case.
Those two subsets will also be branded into the base set, which will include standard cards as well as All Access and Adrenaline Rush (non-autographed). All base cards will have parallel versions including:
Blue: Inserted 2 per pack.
Gold #’d to 99.
Green #’d to 50.
Purple #’d to 25.
Red #’d 1/1.
Printing Plates #’d 1/1.
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