National Treasures redemptions ready to go



Panini’s 2014 National Treasures Football arrives Wednesday, and the company announced there are a few redemption cards in the product. But many of these redemptions will be ready to fulfill immediately.

These cards include some of the top 2014 rookies such as Teddy Bridgewater, Derek Carr, Eric Ebron and Marqise Lee, and superstars such as Deion Sanders, Brett Favre, J.J. Wat and Russell Wilson. Panini even shared many images of these cards (see the gallery below) as proof they are ready to send out.

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  1. Larry 7 April, 2015 at 21:42

    Why oh why do they even have “notable nicknames” subset when nobody puts thier nickname on the card? It’s kind of dumb don’t you think?

  2. Mike Pereira 8 April, 2015 at 20:21

    Agree with Larry, but can’t blame the player’s too much. We’ve come to the realization that player’s especially younger one’s will do the bear minimum signing wise to cash that signing contract check.

    Collector’s want the autos and manufactures want to make money. So what we are continuely getting is rushed cheap lazy aweful looking cards. The problem is oversupply of products and autographs. The whole industry needs to find a balance between box prices and collector’s need for autographs. I believe if box prices weren’t so high then collectors would not need more autos in a product to sell on secondary market to recoup some of the money they spent on the product.

  3. Steve-Dood 9 April, 2015 at 21:31

    Here is a ‘snapshot’ of a songs lyric, that I think reflects upon ‘Sportscard Collecting’ as a whole…….especially the Memorabilia & Autographs of roughly the past 20 years-
    “What goes up, must COME DOWN…………….Spinning Wheel”

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