Win Topps football cards with #BeckettBigGame during Super Bowl XLIX … and right now, too

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By Chris Olds | Beckett Sports Card Monthly Editor

If you’re a football fan, odds are you probably know exactly where you will be on Sunday as Super Bowl XLIX kicks off. We’re aiming to be right there with you.

Thirty minutes before the game — at 5 p.m. Central time — we’re kicking off #BeckettBigGame where we’ll be giving collectors a chance to land free football cards thanks to Topps. We’ll be running the #BeckettBigGame all game long and also for 30 minutes after the game ends, getting prizes into the hands of 20 collectors who participate.

How? All you have to do is follow us on the @BeckettMedia Twitter account during the game where we’ll have multiple winners of pack lots, wax boxes, factory sets and Topps autographed rookie cards and Relics up for grabs during the pre-game show, during every quarter, during halftime, and even during a 30-minute post-game session.

In fact, we have so much to give away there that it starts right here, right now. Get the details and our breakdown of #BeckettBigGame … after the jump.

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WEEK-LONG CONTEST (NOW THROUGH FEB. 4) — Win a box of 2014 Bowman Chrome.

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To enter, tell us these two things in a comment below.

1. Who is your favorite past or present New England Patriots or Seattle Seahawks player?

2. Go to beckett.com/players and search for his name. Click on your search result and tell us in the same comment how many total cards (“Cards”) he has.

3. Include with your comment the hashtag #BeckettBigGame — you must include that to win here and especially on Super Bowl Sunday.

Helpful Hint: Look for a stat box on any player’s page like the one seen at left. Access to this information is 100-percent free — all you have to do is search for his name. You’ll need the beckett.com/players link handy on Sunday to have a shot at winning then, too.

We will randomly select a winner from all entries received before before Feb. 5. You must provide your email address so we can contact you, a correct answer for your player and #BeckettBigGame in your comment to be a winner in our week-long contest.

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HOW IT WILL WORK ON SUPER BOWL SUNDAY … 

Beginning at 5 p.m. Central on the @BeckettMedia Twitter account, we’ll be asking questions and seeking out your #BeckettBigGame submissions. Sometimes we’ll ask you to tweet photos — sometimes, we’ll ask you questions about the game. We’ll have multiple winners per session.

Here’s a breakdown:

PRE-GAME (5-5:30 p.m.): 2014 Bowman Chrome hobby pack lots (three winners)

FIRST QUARTER: One hobby box of 2014 Bowman Chrome football + two randomly selected rookie autograph and/or Relic cards (three total winners)

SECOND QUARTER: One 2014 Topps factory set + two randomly selected rookie autograph and/or Relic cards (three total winners)

HALFTIME: One hobby box of 2014 Bowman Chrome football cards (one winner)

THIRD QUARTER: One 2014 Topps factory set + two randomly selected rookie autograph and/or Relic cards (three total winners)

FOURTH QUARTER: A Beckett Football Card Price Guide annual book (31st edition) + two randomly selected rookie autograph and/or Relic cards (three total winners)

POST-GAME (30-minutes after game): One 2014 Topps factory set + two randomly selected rookie autograph and/or Relic cards (three total winners)

Have questions before Super Bowl Sunday? Ask them below …

Chris Olds is the editor of Beckett Baseball and Beckett Sports Card Monthly magazines. Have a comment, question or idea? Send an email to him at colds@beckett.com. Follow him on Twitter by clicking here.

Here’s a sampling of the cards that will be heading out to collectors as part of #BeckettBigGame on Sunday … 

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155 comments

  1. chrisolds 28 January, 2015 at 12:33

    A sample response … since I can’t win!

    1 — Shaun Alexander
    2 — 3,589 cards
    3 — #BeckettBigGame

  2. Jaime Esquivel 28 January, 2015 at 15:51

    1- Russell Wilson
    2 – 2409 (football) 34 (baseball) = 2443 total cards

    Russell Wilson has 2443 total cards on Beckett.com! #BeckettBigGame

  3. Kelly Hixon 28 January, 2015 at 16:34

    Steve Largent is my favorite former Seahawk. He has 1,123 cards listed at Beckett.com. #BeckettBigGame

  4. Monte Jennings 28 January, 2015 at 17:57

    1- Brian Holloway
    2- 12 cards
    #BeckettBigGame

    Was lucky enough to meet Brian about twenty years ago – nice guy!

  5. Erik 28 January, 2015 at 18:42

    1- Brian Bosworth (yes OSU fan and watch the 30 for 30 special, it’ll change your mind on him since it did for me)
    2- 338
    3 #BeckettBigGame

  6. Steve Z 28 January, 2015 at 19:54

    I was always a fan of Drew Bledsoe when I was younger. He’s got 5,358 cards…oh and #BeckettBigGame

  7. Brian G 28 January, 2015 at 20:28

    My favorite player from the Seahawks or Patriots is Curt Warner from the Seahawks, the RB. He has 97 total cards. #BeckettBigGame

  8. Nate Baustad 28 January, 2015 at 22:16

    1 Drew Bledsoe
    2 5358 cards
    3 #BeckettBigGame

    Thanks for the chance! Fun to think of favorite players throughout history of teams

  9. Jason Taylor 29 January, 2015 at 06:37

    Always loved Steve Largent; great hands and solid every season! Go Hawks, beat the pats!
    1. Steve Largent
    2. 1,123 cards
    3. #BeckettBigGame

  10. Travis Leflar 29 January, 2015 at 10:32

    1: Jerry Rice ( As a Niners fan hate to say it but he played for the SeaChickens lol)
    2: 7,290 cards
    3: #BeckettBigGame

    And since it says “Have a question for Sunday, go ahead and ask.”: What’s on the menu for the gameday spread & do you throw your own party or go to one?

  11. matt gilman 30 January, 2015 at 19:05

    1 — Shaun Alexander
    2 — 3,589 cards
    3 — #BeckettBigGame

    I loved watching this guy play. I think he was underrated to some, but to me, he was a beast. Collected a few of his rookies when they first released.

  12. Samuel Breniman 30 January, 2015 at 22:33

    I’m not a huge fan of any Patriots or Seahawks players in general, BUT, I’ve got an oddball one for you: Lonie Paxton. Former Sacramento State alumni turned long-snapper.

    He appears on 12 cards. #BeckettBigGame

  13. Ryan Channels 31 January, 2015 at 17:22

    My favorite player is tom Brady I’ve wat he’d him play pretty much sense I can remember he has 7,880 cards :) #beckettbiggame

  14. Mike P. 1 February, 2015 at 15:54

    Russell Wilson is by my favorite player. Competitor on the field and a class act off. 2,445 cards counting baseball as well. #BeckettBigGame

  15. Hunter Jackson 1 February, 2015 at 16:32

    My favorite player of these two teams would have to be Rob Gronkowski. He has a total of 1987 cards, more than I thought he did. #BeckettBigGame

  16. JJ Hernandez 1 February, 2015 at 18:00

    1. JERRY RICE ( I hate to admit he was ever a Seahawk lol as Niner fan)
    2. 7,299 cards
    3. #BeckettBigGame

  17. Michael B 1 February, 2015 at 19:43

    Drew Bledsoe
    Cards:5,353
    (Played for both NE and SH, was an amazing NE Patriots player)
    #BeckettBigGame

  18. NickM 1 February, 2015 at 19:55

    Steve Largent
    1125 total cards [note that the earlier 1123 numbers were correct at the time]
    #BeckettBigGame

  19. Tracy LeVeaux 1 February, 2015 at 20:08

    I’m not a fan of either team, but I’ll go with Steve Largent (1,125 cards). #BeckettBigGame

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