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2015 Upper Deck Smurfs Stickers

2015 Upper Deck Smurfs Stickers



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It's time to "la la la la la la" again with 2015 Upper Deck Smurf Stickers. No, these aren't based on the creepy CG Smurfs found in a couple of recent movies. These are Smurfs stickers that creator Peyo would be proud of. And they're the Smurfs that will make children of the '80s nostalgic for smurfier times. But that's not to say that the stickers aren't for today's children. The configuration is simple and the price is reasonable, making it something families can work on together.

The 2015 Upper Deck Smurfs Stickers has a mix of regular and foil stickers. A complete set has just 122 stickers making it not too difficult to complete. Every pack comes with one of 18 foils. Stickers are character-based rather than making stories.

2015 Upper Deck Smurfs Stickers Album Interior

A sticker collection wouldn't be complete without an album. Like the stickers themselves, there's plenty of artwork based on the familiar Smurfs style. Each album comes with 12 stickers to get collectors started. There's also a pullout poster.

2015 Upper Deck Smurfs Stickers come in two different types of boxes. Regular boxes have 50 packs. Combo boxes have 50 packs plus 30 albums.

2015 Upper Deck Smurfs Stickers Box 2015 Upper Deck Smurfs Stickers Combo Box

The Smurfs have a fairly extensive history in the hobby. Panini has produced several sticker sets over the years for both the cartoon and the live-action movies. Collectors can also find multiple sets of Smurf trading cards including 1982 Topps Smurfs Supercards.

Estimated Release Date: 10/15
Product Configuration: 50 packs per box, 7 stickers per pack
Price Point: Entry-Level Entertainment Sticker
Target Audience: Young Collectors, Smurfs Fans, Sticker Collectors

2015 Upper Deck Smurfs Stickers Box Break

  • 50 Foil Stickers
  • 350 Total Stickers
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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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