Upper Deck readies NSCC wrapper redemption


By Chris Olds | Beckett Sports Card Monthly Editor

Upper Deck unveiled its wrapper redemption program for this year’s National Sports Collectors Convention set for Aug. 1-5 in Baltimore and the custom-designed set will include changes at autographs from some of the biggest names on the company’s roster.

Collectors who buy five brands from a Certified Diamond Dealer at the show will receive an UD voucher that is good for a single NSCC pack after those five are opened at the company’s booth.

The eligible products include 2011-12 SP Game-Used, SP Authentic and SPx hockey along with 2011 College Football Legends as well as these 2012 products: Upper Deck football, SPx football, SP Signature Edition baseball and Upper Deck Soccer.

Each day’s packs are different, giving collectors a reason to show up each day of the show to complete the 20-card NSCC set. Randomly inserted in the packs will be autographs from LeBron James, Michael Jordan, Sidney Crosby, Wayne Gretzky, Landon Donovan, Bobby Orr and more. Here’s a rundown of the packs each day:

Aug. 2
NSCC-1 – Michael Jordan
NSCC-2 – Thierry Henry
NSCC-3 – Alonzo Mourning
NSCC-4 – Roger Staubach
NSCC-5 – Cody Buckel

Aug. 3
NSCC-6 – Wayne Gretzky
NSCC-7 – Robert Griffin III
NSCC-8 – David Robertson
NSCC-9 – Don Mattingly
NSCC-10 – Dwayne DeRosario

Aug. 4
NSCC-11 – Tiger Woods
NSCC-12 – John Kruk
NSCC-13 – Sidney Crosby
NSCC-14 – Landon Donovan
NSCC-15 – Trent Richardson

Aug. 5
NSCC-16 – LeBron James
NSCC-17 – Bobby Orr
NSCC-18 – Jack Morris
NSCC-19 – Brodie Merrill
NSCC-20 – Alex Ovechkin

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


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  1. ddizzal 3 July, 2012 at 13:17

    looks good but impossible for me and most adults to get, been to last three and they never seem to have packs left 10 minutes afeter start and I saw that mostly little kids are pulling the autos anyways. Must be like at panini booth were the already know where good packs are and then give them to certain customers for more publicity. Adults buy cards, kids buy gaming now, been that way since 1996! wake up card companies and reward the people that actually support you.

  2. thecardcouplene @ twitter 3 July, 2012 at 17:24

    I’m going to disagree with ddizzal. I have never found a problem to redeem cards for packs. We have been to the last two, and gotten packs from both Panini and Upper Deck. I did get many autographs from Panini, and I believe 1 from Upperdeck. I love these redemptions, and can not wait for this upcoming set!

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