2013 Topps Archives Football Retail Odds

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Curious about the retail pack odds for 2013 Topps Archives Football?

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2013 Topps Archives Football Retail Odds:

Short-print — 1:4
Base variation — 1:692
Gold parallel — 1:12
Gold parallel SP — 1:48
Gold parallel variation — 1:1,384
1970 Topps Glossy — 1:6
1,000-yard Club — 1:8
1968 Topps Stand-up — 1:12
1981 Topps Super Action — 1:100
Mayo — 1:24
Originals — 1:6,922
Vault redemption — 1:34,611
Uncut sheet redemption — 1:13,844
Fan Favorites auto — 1:64
Relic — 1:40
Auto mini helmet redemption — 1:69,211
Auto USFL buyback — 1:13,844
Celeb cut sig — 1:13,844
Touched bu greatness auto redemption — 1:13,844
Super Action auto — 1:2,895
Mayo auto — 1:2,895
2013 NFL Rookie auto redemption — 1:2,769

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9 comments

  1. Norman Carlisle 9 May, 2013 at 20:30

    Looks like a good product to do another live box buster. Also since you were able to pick out the pack with a relic I guess that means I’ll see some pack searchers at Walmart and target, it’s a shame to see grown men doing it

  2. Cory Furlong 9 May, 2013 at 21:07

    My biggest dis appoinment for archives last year (Baseball) was the card stock. I was hoping for the same stock as 2004-2005 ATFF. Other that that it was a winner. This product looks a bit dry with autos. Bless you Chris (For the sneeze at the end)

  3. chrisolds 9 May, 2013 at 21:25

    Oh, I have the batteries. I need a better ladder and instructions on how not to break the thing putting them in.

  4. James 10 May, 2013 at 08:47

    Looks like a fun product. I will definitely be buying a lot of them. Only thing is, like Chris mentioned,is the card stock. Thinner card stock may lead to some condition sensitivity issues,but you have to take the good with the bad I guess.

  5. Robert Braxton 10 May, 2013 at 12:57

    Interesting, I may well have to buy this; it’s just too nostalgic to pass up.

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