2011 Prestige Football

2011 Prestige Football


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Panini's Prestige returns for another season of post-draft gridiron prospecting. The latest installment of Prestige features a sleeker card design than past years as well as several new inclusions highlighted by NFL Passport inserts and autographs. 2011 Prestige is set to release on May 11th, with each $80-$100 hobby box delivering 4 hits, 24 rookies and 23 additional inserts and parallels.

Release Date: 5/18/11
Box Configuration: 24-packs per box/8-cards per pack
Pack Price: $4 SRP
Product Type: Low-end Football Card
Geared Toward: Early season football card collectors, fans of base set short print variations, set builders, rookie autograph seekers, fans of Panini's manufactured patch autographs

What's In The Box (Hits):

  • 4 Autograph/Memorabilia Cards (at least 1 autograph guaranteed)

Product Highlights/Details:

  • 24 rookie cards and 23 inserts/parallels per hobby box.
  • 250 card base set featuring 100 rookies.
  • The industry's first 2011 football card product with the correct draft and team information.
  • Cam Newton, Ryan Mallett, Jake Locker, Mark Ingram, A.J. Green and Julio Jones highlight the early rookie checklist.
  • NFL Draft Class embroidered patch autographs, Draft Picks Rights autographs and Rookie Card variations return!
  • New NFL Passport inserts and autographs featuring big name rookies!

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2011 Prestige Football 10
2011 Prestige Football 13

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User Reviews

  1. Hey Mike n Brett!
    I buy Prestige EVERY year it comes out and I can’t wait for this years! Always always a GREAT product EVERY year!
    Dave in Mass.

  2. -The positive is short-printed rookies with the NFL logos, and many of the Autographs are “on-card”. The variation rookies holding up their jerseys from draft day ae sweet.
    -The dislkes about the product are that many of the autographs are of undrafted Free-Agent rookies. Another issue is that many of the jersey game used cards are not serial numbered yet some undrafted free agent rookies are? Very strange. For example I got a nice Ndamakong Suh Jersey card with no serial number, yet I got a Pat Delvin card numbered to 999? Not worth the $90 price tag in my oppinion. I sure hope in 2 weeks Panini steps up their game with Donruss Elite.
    – Part of my problem could be coming off of all the beautiful “High-End” releases just a few months ago of the 2010 products.

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