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2013 Sage Hit Low Series Football Cards

2013 Sage Hit Low Series Football Cards

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2013 Sage Hit Low Series Football is slated to be the first set showcasing the year's rookie crop. Focusing largely on autographs, the release also has a moderately sized base set and several inserts aimed at set builders.

Every 30-pack 2013 Sage Hit Low Series Football hobby box promises a total of six autograph cards. Sticking with the company's tradition, all are inserted in packs and the product has no redemptions. Matt Barkley, Montee Ball, Manti Te'o, Landry Jones and Tyler Wilson are among those confirmed for the set.

Besides regular autographs, there are Gold Level Autographs (#/250), Aritstry Autographs (#/100) and Write Stuff Autographs (#/25).

The 2013 Sage Hit Low Series base set has 75 cards. It kicks off with 40 player cards and is followed by a pair of subsets, Next Level and Spotlight, that give added focus on the most highly regarded prospects in the product.

Every pack includes an insert. Artistry (12 cards) carries a design that's highly stylized, just like years past. The product's other basic insert is The Write Stuff, which has six cards.

Estimated Release Date: 3/5/13
Product Configuration: 30 packs per box, 5 cards per pack
Price Point: Mid-End Football Card
Target Audience: Prospectors, Autograph Collectors, Set Builders

2013 Sage Hit Low Series Football Box Break

  • 6 Autographs
  • 30 Total Inserts
  • 150 Total Cards

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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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Hey, recently I purchased a Geno Smith 2013 SAGE HIT Autographs Cyan Printing Plate. I have purchased a few hobby boxes of SAGE HIT already and I know you get 9 autos per box, but, I was wondering if you knew the odds of getting a 2013 SAGE HIT Autographs Printing Plate? In every box I purchased I didn’t get one single Printing Plate card, neither base version or auto version – so the 9 per box can’t be included in the odds of getting a plate auto. Anyways, if you could help me with the stated odds for getting a Plate Auto I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you!


Hey Ryan Cracknell,
First, I want to say I love the site. As far as the above comments, SAGE is a great brand for autos of rookie players. Obviously, like Press Pass, they aren’t “true rookie cards,” but still rookie players. When talking about the licensing and NCAA rights and all of that… you get what you pay for. SAGE is a lower end brand, yet, has some mid-higher end potential due to how early it’s released in the year for rookie players. Many sets such as Bowman Upper Deck and early Panini stuff have college unis and/or airbrushed photos anyways so either purchase this type of stuff – or – wait until rookies are in their NFL uniforms and can sign on card a la Topps Chrome or Panini Contenders. I don’t understand all the negative attacks on SAGE/Press Pass when they’re giving you super early (if not THE earliest) released autos of the newest draft classes. They’re not gonna give you 9 autos per box for $60 (2013 SAGE HIT Hi Series), with all on card autos, AND in their NFL uniforms (or pay big big money to have them in college uniforms). Again, ya get what ya pay for!


what is the differece with the high series and low series ? Some dealers are claiming low is scarce —

Ryan Cracknell
Ryan Cracknell

michael Numbering. Low has the first half, High has the second half. For the base set, #1-75 is Low Series, #76-150 is high. I believe the autograph signers are different in each set as well.


no college logos — spend some money and get a license SAGE — used to be a great product with the logos not anymore

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