2017 Topps Rediscover Ultimate Card Giveaway Buybacks

2017 Topps Rediscover Ultimate Card Giveaway Buybacks

Tying in many of the key '17 Topps Baseball releases, 2017 Topps Rediscover Ultimate Card Giveaway centers around a huge assortment of stamped buybacks inserted in multiple 2017 products. Featuring original cards from throughout the card maker's history, the program offers over two million previously-released cards.

Although buybacks are not new in the hobby, or with Topps for that matter, 2017 Topps Rediscover Ultimate Card Giveaway updates the previous model by marking most of the buybacks with a Rediscover Topps foil logo. The overall checklist is dotted with offerings from the 1950s all the way up to 2016. There is also tiered rarity which means several different levels of foil stamping so collectors have an idea about which buybacks are less common. And, in response to hobby feedback, the more valuable buybacks will not include any stamping.

2017 Topps Rediscover Topps Baseball Buybacks Rarity List

  • Bronze (most common)
  • Silver
  • Gold
  • Blue
  • Red (most rare)

Starting with 2017 Topps Series 1 Baseball, the specific foil rarity begins with Bronze as the most common. After that, in order of increasing rarity, Silver, Gold, Blue, and Red (the rarest) close out the options. While issued as redemptions because of sizing issues, the 1950s-era cards will not be stamped.

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Averaging approximately 1:6 packs across the entire run, the 2017 Topps Rediscover Ultimate Card Giveaway buybacks are included in many of the major 2017 sets. It is important to note that these are incremental inserts and will not take the place of any other cards.

2017 Topps Series 1 Baseball

2017 Rediscover Topps Baseball Ultimate Card Giveaway Code Cards

In addition to the actual buybacks, 2017 Topps Rediscover Ultimate Card Giveaway incorporates a promotional aspect with code cards. Also falling at around 1:6 packs, these are eligible for prizes through the Topps site. Beyond this are limited redemptions for Topps Now cards and exclusive Topps Bunt issues. Much more limited are the Topps Now Golden Ticket redemptions.

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Check back here as more information is provided for 2017 Topps Rediscover Ultimate Card Giveaway. A full list of the participating products can be seen below. When available, the links go straight to the comprehensive product profiles for each set.

2017 Topps Rediscover Ultimate Card Giveaway Products


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2017 Topps Rediscover Buyback Lot Of (24) Cards Vince Coleman

2017 Topps series 1 Rediscover Sandy Alomar GOLD BUYBACK card 1974 # 347

2017 Topps Rediscover Buyback Gold 1985 #790 RON GUIDRY Yankees

2017 Topps Rediscover Buyback Gold 1987 #611 KIRBY PUCKETT Twins

2017 Topps Rediscover Buyback Gold 1991 Bowman #55 ROBIN YOUNT Brewers ERROR

2017 Topps Rediscover Gold Stamped Buyback 1974 Felipe Alou #485T Brewers

2017 Topps Rediscover Buyback Kirby Puckett Silver Card Lot Twins 1986 1987 1990

2017 Topps Rediscover Bronze Stamped Buyback 1989 Orel Hershiser #550 Dodgers

2017 Topps Rediscover Buyback 1985 RED LETTER Dwight Evans Card Red Sox Great

2017 Topps Rediscover Bronze Stamped Buyback 1989 Rickey Henderson #380 Yankees

2017 Topps Rediscover Bronze Stamped Buyback 1988 Wally Joyner #420 Angels

2017 Topps Rediscover Bronze Stamped Buyback 1988 Will Clark #350 Giants

2017 Topps Rediscover Bronze Stamped Buyback 1990 Billy Ripken #468 Orioles


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User Comments

  1. Two issues w/the buyback cards. #1 is that I’m colorblind. I have a stack of cards I pulled from a case that I have no idea if they are red, bronze or gold. Some look slightly different, but I don’t know which are which.

    #2 is the rarity. Black is supposed to be the most common followed by blue. I pulled exactly 0 black, 3 blue, 21 silver and 48 red/bronze/gold (see #1). Rarity seems to be somewhat inverted from what is listed.

    Personally I don’t collect them, but I understand the attraction and it makes it interesting opening packs and seeing what might be in there for a ‘throwback’ card.

  2. Looks like you were correct about the rarity being off. Topps just updated them and it switched around everything.

  3. The code cards are a complete rip-off. If you have a winning code, it takes you to a login screen. After registering/logging in, there is no way to redeem the code. The redemption page tells you the code has already been used. Going back to the original screen now tells you the code is not a winning code. Entered 12 codes — had 2 winners — getting 0 cards out of it. Waste of time.

  4. I’m having a tough time deciding if a card is a gold stamp or a bronze stamp. Anyone have a tip to decipher?

  5. Saw two donruss cards on eBay with the “REDISCOVER TOPPS” stamp, any ideas about these?

  6. Topps bulk-stamped a bunch of buybacks and some non-Topps cards slipped in.

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