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Whats next for sports cards?
11-14-2011, 09:37 AM
Post: #1
Whats next for sports cards?
Good morning ladies and gents.
Just a quick question posed to the collector base.

What will the future of cards be?

The last few years have really seen the explosion of patches, autos etc. Before that, there wasnt much of that. Cards being numbered etc.

So whats next? Vials of sweat in the card>? DNA cards?
Where do you go from here? Personally i think its crazy that they will come out with the exact same card one numbered to 1, one to 10, one to 15, one to 50, one to 100, one to 500, etc.. thats pretty ridiculous if you ask me.

What do you folks think the future will bring?

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11-14-2011, 10:16 AM
Post: #2
RE: Whats next for sports cards?
don't forget the used jock strap card as a potential insert since you went down the dna road! there's isn't alot per say they can do new in terms of game used imo
(11-14-2011 09:37 AM)dunginhawk Wrote:  Good morning ladies and gents.
Just a quick question posed to the collector base.

What will the future of cards be?

The last few years have really seen the explosion of patches, autos etc. Before that, there wasnt much of that. Cards being numbered etc.

So whats next? Vials of sweat in the card>? DNA cards?
Where do you go from here? Personally i think its crazy that they will come out with the exact same card one numbered to 1, one to 10, one to 15, one to 50, one to 100, one to 500, etc.. thats pretty ridiculous if you ask me.

What do you folks think the future will bring?

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11-14-2011, 02:29 PM
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RE: Whats next for sports cards?
There are still quite a few things they can do as far as innovation and utilizing creative ideas, but one of the more recent ones is the video cards. They look similar to game boys or ipods but about card sized and thick. Has a lil video of the player, probably will have some highlight reels and maybe a lil word from the player him/herself.

I like what panini gold standard is doing this year. They are embedding diamonds and gold bullion pieces into their cards. Someone should go ahead and use different gems and make maybe a Gems of the Game set. The possibilities are endless if you just open you mind, listen to some chuck berry or van halen and just let your mind roam the ever landsSmile

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11-14-2011, 09:25 PM
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RE: Whats next for sports cards?
How about a redemption card for a Super Bowl ring made for you for that year just like the team???

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11-14-2011, 09:29 PM
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RE: Whats next for sports cards?
Hemp cards maybe? Can't think of anyone they could feature on those.....

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11-14-2011, 09:47 PM
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RE: Whats next for sports cards?
Already done by collectors edge I believe with the diamonds on cards
(11-14-2011 02:29 PM)CowboysFanatic Wrote:  There are still quite a few things they can do as far as innovation and utilizing creative ideas, but one of the more recent ones is the video cards. They look similar to game boys or ipods but about card sized and thick. Has a lil video of the player, probably will have some highlight reels and maybe a lil word from the player him/herself.

I like what panini gold standard is doing this year. They are embedding diamonds and gold bullion pieces into their cards. Someone should go ahead and use different gems and make maybe a Gems of the Game set. The possibilities are endless if you just open you mind, listen to some chuck berry or van halen and just let your mind roam the ever landsSmile

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11-14-2011, 09:48 PM
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RE: Whats next for sports cards?
I think a peice of the kickoff coin would be a pretty cool idea. For example, a peice of the super bowl coin used for the coin-flip at the opening of the game.

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11-14-2011, 11:00 PM
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RE: Whats next for sports cards?
(11-14-2011 09:48 PM)ieagles Wrote:  I think a peice of the kickoff coin would be a pretty cool idea. For example, a peice of the super bowl coin used for the coin-flip at the opening of the game.

Maybe the WHOLE coin on a card???Wink

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11-14-2011, 11:38 PM
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RE: Whats next for sports cards?
(11-14-2011 11:00 PM)superynaldo Wrote:  Maybe the WHOLE coin on a card???Wink

That would be awesome. Like a 1/1 coin card for the Super Bowl MVP of the season. In either NT, Exquisite, or Five Star.

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11-15-2011, 01:07 AM
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RE: Whats next for sports cards?
a high-mid end set with no friggin rookie hits in it would be amazing

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