2015 Panini National Treasures Football — Highlights from the First Cases



By Ryan Cracknell | Hobby Editor

Although 2015 Panini National Treasures Football doesn’t release officially until Friday, a few preview cases were opened in Phoenix by a handful of online breaker (Cardsmiths Breaks, Jaspy’s Hobbyland, KT Authentics, Minera Sports Cards, Mojobreak and Ultimate Box Breaks.

From big patches to tags to autographs from rookies, veterans and legends to 24-piece Treasure Chest memorabilia cards, there was plenty to see.

And there’s a massive gallery ahead showcasing just some of what was pulled.

In case you were wondering what the first card pulled from 2015 Panini National Treasures Football was, it was an Alex Smith base parallel:


2015 Panini National Treasures Preview Break Gallery

Comments? Questions? Contact Ryan Cracknell on Twitter @tradercracks.


Ryan Cracknell

A collector for much of his life, Ryan focuses primarily on building sets, Montreal Expos and interesting cards. He's also got one of the most comprehensive collections of John Jaha cards in existence (not that there are a lot of them). Got a question, story idea or want to get in touch? You can reach him by email and through Twitter @tradercracks.

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  1. DanM13 22 March, 2016 at 19:53

    Man, I’d love to get my hands on just one of those treasure chest cards. Alas, a 17-year-old can’t afford such luxuries…

  2. Jamie Hicks 23 March, 2016 at 08:46

    I agree 100%, I am a 53-year-old business owner and I can’t afford this stuff. The product is really cool, but it’s all set up for the breaks. Who wants to pay $300-$400 for 5-7 cards. They are ruining the hobby.


  3. Dave 23 March, 2016 at 10:48


    It’s more like $400-500 for 5-7 cards.

    Yes this product is made for breakers. But even breaking this product at $70-$75 a random team is a steep price for some people as well. Added to the fact your not even guaranteed to even receive a card out of the case.

    If you can afford to do a personal case or box you will most likely never come out on the positive side. I would say if you did a personal case at $1600 you would be lucky if you ended up with $2k worth of High Beckett. Pretty much if you don’t get the Mariota, Gurley, Cooper, or Winston RPA you lose.

    I see it all the time with High End products. Spend this and your lucky to match it in total Beckett. It’s like paying full Beckett for every card you get. You will never get you money back if you try to resell the cards you get. If you keep them for your collection you would have saved yourself hundreds if not thousands buying them one card at a time off ebay

  4. IamNotARobot 23 March, 2016 at 12:20

    Although we all can’t afford to buy these products, the case breakers do sell items on the secondary market that could be in our price range.

  5. Bruce Fromong 25 March, 2016 at 14:16

    Over priced cards that the card companies have set the prices of by over pricing the boxes. I have been collecting for 0ver 50 years and am just tired of the prices and over production. Very little creativity in the design.

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