2019 Topps WWE Money in the Bank Debuts with Lots of Autographs


2019 Topps WWE Money in the Bank marks another pay-per-view getting its own themed set. This one comes with a more hits-heavy hobby configuration with each box guaranteeing three autographs plus one addition signature or memorabilia card.

The checklist is a fairly simple one with everything revolving around the PPV and its history. It starts with the base set, which has 90 cards. All feature either Money in the Bank ladder match participants or others who appeared on one of the events.

2019 Topps WWE Money in the Bank Base

Parallels include Bronze (one per pack), Green (/99), Blue (/50), Purple (/25), Gold (/10), Black (/5) and Red (1/1).

Autographs (/99) and all PPV participants. Parallels are available in Blue (/50), Purple (/25), Gold (/10), Black (/5) and Red (1/1).

Dual and Triple Autographs have Gold (/10), Black (/5) and Red (1/1) versions. There are also Quad Autograph book cards (/5).

Memorabilia cards come in a couple of forms, Superstar Shirt Relics and Superstar Mat Relics. Shirt cards have a dollar-sign relic display window. Mats are in the shape of a ladder. Parallels for both are numerous: Green (/99), Blue (/50), Purple (/25), Gold (/10), Black (/5) and Red (1/1). Select cards also have Autographs (/10) and their own one-of-one Red versions.

The set also has three regular insert sets. Money Cards spotlight ladder match winners through the years while Cash-In Moments looks at when the briefcases were traded for a championship match. Finally, there’s Greatest Money in the Bank Matches and Moments, which have PPV highlights.

2019 Topps WWE Money in the Bank hobby boxes have a dozen total packs. These are split into two six-pack mini boxes.

2019 Topps WWE Money in the Bank Triple Autograph

Retail Tins

In addition to hobby boxes, 2019 Topps WWE Money in the Bank has four-pack retail tins. The box resembles the MITB briefcase. Tins have four parallels and one hit.

2019 Topps WWE Money in the Bank wrestling cards at a glance:

Cards per pack: Hobby – 5, Retail Tins – 5
Packs per box: Hobby – 12 (two 6-pack mini boxes), Retail Tins – 4
Boxes per case: Hobby – 8, Retail Tins – 16
Set size: 90 cards
Release date: November 13, 2019

What to expect in a hobby box:

  • Autographs – 3
  • Additional Autographs or Memorabilia Cards – 1
  • Parallels – 12

Ryan Cracknell

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