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Trading Card Central - Product Reviews

Featured Review: 2009 Playoff Contenders Football Review

2009 Playoff Contenders Football The first thing I noticed when I saw the sell sheet for Playoff Contenders this year was the quality of "case guarantees". Being Panini's first year with the product (they bought Donruss) I expected them to do big things with it. They did not disappoint.

On average a case of 12 boxes will deliver:
1 ON CARD auto per box
4 autos in 4 of the boxes
5 autos in the other 8 boxes
5 "Legendary Contenders" autos
1 ON CARD auto of: Percy Harvin, Mark Sanchez, or Matt Stafford
2 ON CARD autos of: LeSean McCoy, Michael Crabtree, Chris "Beanie" Wells, Jeremy Maclin, Josh Freeman or Knowshon Moreno

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Collector Zone Member Reviews

These are reviews written by members of the Collector Zone on various products, including their personal opinion on that particular product.

Watch Some Breaks SPA Hockey `13/14
Look at 13/14 Panini Anthology Hockey
Product review..of a website
IS THIS WORTH IT
Topps Inception July 2012
are these 2 boxes worth the money id spend?
Looking for a box
Football - 2010 Panini Threads
2011 Historic Autographs Legends of the Hall
2011 Topps Chrome Baseball- Preview
Boxes?
2010 Plates and Patches
ITG Baseball Hits
2010 Leaf Sports Icons Update
2010 Upper Deck World Of Sports

 

2009 Donruss Limited Football Review

2009 Donruss Limited Football For the past decade, Donruss Limited Football (formerly Donruss/Leaf Limited) has become one of most popular football releases of the season. Since 2003, Limited football has changed set configuration five times and has provided the collector between 1 to 4 autographs or memorabilia cards per box depending on the year of release. In 2007, collectors were excited to learn that the Limited release would include 3 autographs or memorabilia per pack (7 cards total) and quickly became an early favorite for product of the year. 2009 Donruss Limited Football has returned to the 1 pack- 3 autographs or memorabilia format which was such a huge success just 2 years ago.

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2009 Topps Finest Football Preview

2009 Finest Football When Topps Finest first hit the market in the mid 1990’s, collectors (including myself) were immediately drawn to the glossy/refractor look of the product. I can remember single packs containing 4 cards costing upwards of $10-12 a piece. From 1994-1996 Finest was considered the “high-end” product in the sports card industry and provided collectors with an innovative and sleek new alternative design compared to other competitors.

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