Sorting Through the 2013 Panini Prizm Football Prizm Parallels and Where to Find Them

Sorting Through the 2013 Panini Prizm Football Prizm Parallels and Where to Find Them

2013 Panini Prizm Football is not short on color. Every base card is set has a total of 12 different Prizm parallels. And while that might seem like enough of a challenge, there's more to it than that.

In order to get a chance at all the different Prizms in 2013 Panini Prizm Football, you're going to have to travel to different shops and bust different types of packs and boxes.

As far as high-dollar cards go, hobby boxes probably offer the biggest bang. Besides basic Prizms, these have Orange Die-Cuts numbered to 50, Gold Prizms that are limited to 10 and one-of-one Black Finite. And while the new hobby jumbo boxes might not have the ultra-rare versions, they offer better odds on cards numbered to 50 or less.

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But when you're done at the hobby shop, you'd better gas up your car and get ready for some retail crowds. Besides the Green Prizms that are inserted randomly in all retail packs, both Walmart and Target each have a pair of their own exclusives.

If you collect a certain player or team, singles may be the route to go. But if you want to bust packs and find some color, here's some help to keep you on track. Below, you can see all of the 2013 Panini Prizm Football Prizm parallels. We've also noted where you can find them. When applicable, we've also included print run information. This guide applies strictly to the base cards and not the autographs and insert sets.

2013 Panini Prizm Football Prizms Guide

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Prizm

2013 Panini Prizm Prizm Geno Smith

Where to find them? Hobby Packs

Blue

Where to find them? Walmart Blaster Boxes

Camouflage

Where to find them? Target

Green

Where to find them? Retail Packs

Die-Cut Light Blue Pulsar #/15

Where to find them? Jumbo Packs

Purple Cracked Ice #/40

Where to find them? Jumbo Packs

Black Finite 1/1

Where to find them? Hobby Packs

Blue Pulsar

Where to find them? Walmart Rack Packs

Gold #/10

Where to find them? Hobby Packs

Light Blue Pulsar

Where to find them? Jumbo Packs

Orange Die-Cut #/50

2013 Panini Prizm Die-Cut Orange Robert Griffin III

Where to find them? Hobby Packs

Red Pulsar

Where to find them? Target Rack Packs

Top eBay Listings

2013 Knile Davis Panini Prizm PURPLE PULSAR ROOKIE RC 09 40 Kansas City Chiefs
$5.99

2013 Kenny Stills Topps Chrome 1986 Rookie Die-Cut Prizm Refractor Card 04 50
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2013 Panini Prizm Orange Die-Cut Prizms #98 Malcom Floyd 50 Football Card 0b3
$6.45

2013 PANINI PRIZM GOLD MARCEDES LEWIS CARD 43 SERIAL 10 10
$50.00

2013 Panini Prizm Football Unopened Blaster Box Chance Exclusive Green Parallels
$14.99

2013 Panini Prizm C.J. Spiller Purple Pulsar #29 40 Buffalo Bills
$7.99

Christine Michael 1 10 1 1 2013 Panini Prizm Gold Refractor Rookie RC Seahawks
$31.49

JACOBY FORD Raiders 2013 Panini Prizm ORANGE REFRACTOR #93 SP #10 50 Only 50 !
$15.00

2013 Panini Spectra Ray Graham GOLD PRIZM REFRACTOR AUTO RC #180 2 10 TEXANS
$7.99

2013 Panini Prizm Football Unopened Blaster Box Chance Exclusive Green Parallels
$18.99

2013 Panini Prizm Light Blue Pulsar Drew Brees
$5.99

2013 Panini Prizm Light Blue Pulsar Christine Michael Rookie Card
$5.99

2013 Panini Prizm Purple Cracked Ice Michael Crabtree 08 40
$5.99

2013 Panini Prizm Orange Die-Cut Prizms #266 Marquess Wilson 50 Rookie Card 0y9
$8.45

2013 Panini Prizm Gold Prizms #235 Eric Reid 10 San Francisco 49ers Card 3c5
$75.25

2013 Panini Prizm Rookie Impact Wal-Mart Blue Pulsar Prizms #4 Eddie Lacy 0a1
$10.20
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Ryan Cracknell

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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.

User Comments

  1. I really liked last year’s debut, the subsets, variations and parallels were done in just the right amount without adding to the overkill, not to mention it featured an awesome rookie class. This year… nah, I’ll take a pass, weak class and I don’t need 12+ versions of anyone, especially when the majority are too desirable to begin with.

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