2012 Contenders Andrew Luck Championship Ticket 1/1 Closes at $42,300

2012 Contenders Andrew Luck Championship Ticket 1/1 Closes at $42,300

Update (2/21): The 2012 Panini Contenders Andrew Luck Championship Ticket closed on eBay last night with a winning bid of $42,300. Now the question becomes whether the card is paid for and the sale is finalized.

A total of 52 different bidders placed 114 total bids. The winner has a feedback rating of 69, 95 percent of which are positive.

Since the Championship Ticket was listed, the 2012 Topps Chrome Andrew Luck Autographed Superfractor has also surfaced once again. The card sold in December for $11,000. Bidding currently sits at nearly $15,100 with all top bidders showing strong feedback ratings. This auction closes on Wednesday, February 27 at approximately 3:15 PM EST.

Update (2/13): Bidding for the 2012 Panini Contenders Andrew Luck Championship Ticket has now passed $26,000 with still a week left in bidding. As of 3:00 EST, all three of the top bidders have established feedback scores, none of which might raise major red flags. That said, feedback ratings don't always translated to completed sales so we'll have to wait and see.

One of the top cards, if not the top card, in 2012 Panini Contenders Football has surfaced on eBay. And it's scorching. The 2012 Contenders Championship Ticket Andrew Luck autograph flew past $7,500 within hours and still has a long bidding window left.

The one-of-one parallel features a rainbow foil finish and an on-card autograph. It is stamped on the back of the card. It's also noted on the front with a foil "Championship Ticket" notation on the side of the card.

The seller, who has a 100% feedback rating at a score of nearly 3,700, is based out of Green Bay. They listed the auction as a ten-day listing. Bidding closes on Wednesday, February 20 at approximately 9:15 PM EST or 6:15 PM PST. The listing states that bidding is only available in the United States.

The listing has several images, showing the card from several angles. One of the corners looks like it has a small scratch on the front of the foil. This is highlighted in on of the pictures.

Bidding began at $0.99 and within the first 24 hours was pushing $8,000.

This isn't the only 2012 Panini Contenders Andrew Luck card to see strong action. All of his autographs in the set have been moving well, bolstered by the brand's tradition and the on-card signature. In particular, Playoff Ticket parallels numbered to 99 have been approaching $1,000. His regular rookie cards from the set have been selling for about $400. A 20th Edition parallel numbered to 20 sold for $3,999.99 on February 9.

Top eBay Listings

2016 Prestige Football Team Logos #26 Andrew Luck Colts Acetate Insert !
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2014 Panini Elite Football Elite Series Gold #9 Andrew Luck 32 49
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2014 Topps Chrome Sepia Refractor 47 Andrew Luck 99 Indianapolis Colts Card 0w0
$14.25

2012 Bowman Purple #150 Andrew Luck Indianapolis Colts Rookie Football Card 0x8
$5.97

2012 Bowman Accolades #BAC-AL2 Andrew Luck Indianapolis Colts Football Card 0x8
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2012 Topps 1957 Design Rookies Green #2 Andrew Luck Indianapolis Colts Card 0o5
$9.99

2014 Topps Valor Strength #7 Andrew Luck 499 Indianapolis Colts Card 0w0
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2014 Topps Valor Jumbo Relics #VJR-AL Andrew Luck Indianapolis Colts Card 1g5
$25.24

2015 Panini Luxe ANDREW LUCK Game Used 2 Color Colts Jersey Patch SP 3 5
$27.35

2012 Absolute War Room Materials #4 Andrew Luck Indianapolis Colts Card 1j7
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2014 Panini Rookies & Stars Crusade Blue #15 Andrew Luck Indianapolis Colts 1j6
$5.25

2014 Panini Hot Rookies Franchise Gold #F16 Andrew Luck 50 Football Card 2p8
$12.25

2013 Panini Authentic Player Issue #12 Andrew Luck Indianapolis Colts Card 2y4
$18.03

2014 Topps Fire Green #24 Andrew Luck 99 Indianapolis Colts Football Card 2y4
$19.03

2013 Score Showcase #312 Andrew Luck 99 Indianapolis Colts Football Card 1j6
$9.25

2012 Topps Finest Atomic Refractor Rookies Andrew Luck RC Die Cut BGS 10
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Ryan is a former member of The Cardboard Connection Writing Staff. His collecting origins began with winter bike rides to the corner store, tossing a couple of quarters onto the counter and peddling home with a couple packs of O-Pee-Chee hockey in his pocket. Today, he continues to build sets, go after inserts with cool technologies, chase Montreal Expos and finish off his John Jaha master collection.

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