2013 Press Pass Football Cards

2013 Press Pass Football Cards


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2013 Press Pass Football is one of the first sets out of the gate to include the 2013 NFL Draft class. Led by lots of autographs, the release targets prospectors looking for not only some of the first pro autographs from incoming rookies, but reasonably priced ones as well.

The 2013 Press Pass Football base set is a very reasonable 50 cards. They all have four parallel versions. Collectors will find one Gold card in every pack. Holofoil come numbered to 299. Both Proof Edition (#/100) and Solo (1/1) parallels are exclusive to hobby packs.

Press Pass Signings features autographs from more than 70 players. Hobby packs carry four different versions: Silver, Gold (#/199 or less), Bronze (#/99 or less) and Blue (#/50 or less). Additional autographs fall under the Playmakers and Power Picks banners. Playmakers highlights the best college players entering the draft and have three levels of rarity. Power Picks come with red ink and inscribed versions.

The following players are among those confirmed to have autographs in 2013 Press Pass Football: Geno Smith, Manti Te'o, Matt Barkley, Mike Glennon, Tyler Wilson, Marcus Lattimore, Eddie Lacy, Keenan Allen, Montee Ball, Cordarelle Patterson and Tyler Eifert.

Product Configuration: 30 packs per box, 5 cards per pack
Price Point: Mid-End Football Card
Target Audience: Prospectors, Autograph Collectors, Set Builders

2013 Press Pass Football Box Break

  • 6 Autographs
  • 150 Total Cards

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2013 Press Pass Playmakers Red #PP-GS Geno Smith Auto Rookie Football Card 2t1

2013 Press Pass Signings Gold #PPS-TA Tavon Austin 199 Auto Football Card 0x1

2013 Press Pass Signings Gold #PPS-ER Eric Reid 199 Auto Football Card 0a1

2013 Press Pass Signings #PPS-CP Cordarrelle Patterson Auto Football Card 0a1

2013 Press Pass Signings Gold #PPS-AO Alec Ogletree 199 Auto Football Card 0a6

2013 Press Pass Signings #PPS-SW2 Sylvester Williams Auto Football Card 2i7

2013 Press Pass Signings #PPS-DJ Dion Jordan Oregon Ducks Auto Football Card 0a6

2013 Press Pass Signings Red Ink #PPS-DA David Amerson Auto Football Card 0a6

2013 Press Pass Football Blaster Box. 1 Rookie Autograph Per Box

2013 Press Pass Signings #PPS-SW2 Sylvester Williams Auto Football Card 0w8

2013 Press Pass Signings Gold #PPS-AO2 Alex Okafor 199 Auto Football Card 0w8

2013 Press Pass Signings Bronze #PPS-TW2 Tyler Wilson 99 Auto Football Card 0c0

2013 Press Pass Signings #PPS-SB Stedman Bailey Auto Football Card 0w8

2013 Press Pass Signings Inscriptions PPS-AD Aaron Dobson Auto Football Card 0f8

2013 Press Pass Signings Gold #PPS-SB Stedman Bailey 199 Auto Football Card 0f5

2013 Press Pass Signings Gold #PPS-TA Tavon Austin 199 Auto Football Card 0f8
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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 Reviews

  1. no logo — horrid looking cards — see my SAGE comment — if these companies are to cheap to buy an NCAA license — well I wont buy anything until Upper Deck comes out

  2. This product gets 5 stars from me! At first glance, I thought the 2013 logo that is “Printed” at the bottom of the base cards was a laser die cut out, similar in design of the 2012 Panini Elite product. Although that was not the case, my wife and I were extremely surprised at the advanced design and quality of the 2013 product compared to their past product releases. The hobby box promises 6 autograph cards, that is a fantastic way of advertisement. And if I’m correct, the base set is a 50 card base set. You could create a complete set without spending a huge amount of money. Every year these card companies compete with each other and continues to raise the bar on their new releases. This only benefits the consumer; “Sports card collectors like my wife and I”! Ryan, I’m sure you would agree with my last statement. I’m excited to see what Topps & Panini will have this year!

  3. on card autos at very low price is a plus…top players do hold value…and press pass has proven to me with thier 5 star nascar, that they can put out a product that compares to topps and panini…i am really getting tired of sticker autos , all they do is flood the market with autographed cards. which brings the price down to the price of a press pass or leaf card…if they put out a football product similar to thier nascar product i would buy it.

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