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northicehero99
Got a package in the mail from Donruss, Leaf, Playoff. In the package was an NPN winner from 2004 Leaf R&S Longevity. The card is a Gold Longevity of DJ Williams RC #/75. Just another one for the set. Nothing great, but ok for the price.
aceecards
wow I guess I can cross a lot of NPN's not received off my list now...LOL
randallcards
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tysingleton34
Very nice. I started sending NPNs about 3 months ago and I haven't recieved too many, but today I realized that I have been sending in retail and hobby versions and when I do that then both of the those entries are taken out of the drawing. Also about what is your success ratio.
tysingleton34
Also this is how I fill out the envelope and then I put the index card with ym name and address on it. Is this how your supposed to do it. Just wanted to amke sure. Thanks.

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northicehero99
QUOTE(tysingleton34 @ Feb 4 2006, 11:39 AM)
Very nice. I started sending NPNs about 3 months ago and I haven't recieved too many, but today I realized that I have been sending in retail and hobby versions and when I do that then both of the those entries are taken out of the drawing. Also about what is your success ratio.
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Success ratios depend on company, and I actually have not kept track as I try to send on every product in Football, Hockey and Baseball mainly. I have sent on Basketball, but generally I only got cards back from Fleer and a few from Topps so far. I have done real good with Topps mainly Hockey, Football and Baseball 50%-75%. Fleer was about the same. UD it varies from sport to sport: Basketball 0% on what I have sent, Football probably 50% on what I have sent, Hockey 50-60% on what I have sent, and baseball probably 20% on what I have sent. I think these ratios have more to do with how many people send in for each and how lucky I get, but not sure. DLP I would say 30-45%. I think alot of people send in on Baseball and Football, but I am not sure why I do not do too good on Basketball, except maybe because I am in a city without a Basketball team, not sure.
northicehero99
Yeah, your envelope looks correct to me, it is a #10 letter size? The size you put normal writing paper in. Just make sure you follow all the rules for the index card as well. UD you need to include email and phone along with name and address. Topps, DLP on the last products I bought were just Name and address, but what is strange is DLP has my email information somehow as I am getting emails confirming I won a card before I receive them. Looks like you are good, remember that is one entry per household, or you will void all your entries.
tysingleton34
Ok. Thanks.
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