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2016 Topps Now Election Trading Cards - 2017 Inauguration Update

2016 Topps Now Election Trading Cards – 2017 Inauguration Update

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Bringing the Now brand into the political world, 2016 Topps Now Election offers the same real-time coverage as their sports and entertainment sets but geared to the battle for president. Each release is limited to a 24-hour sales period and sold directly by Topps.

The first presidential debate marked the beginning of the on-demand release with a trio of cards documenting the night. This includes a combo card with both candidates and individual offerings for Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Only the cards which are ordered during the selling window will be produced and the final tally will be revealed and added to this guide.

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Starting at $9.99 per card, collectors can reduce that price by purchasing larger quantities. There is also an option for bundles which combine all current releases into one group for a discounted price. No matter the selection, Smart Post shipping is free with purchase. Check out the complete pricing info and bulk sets below for 2016 Topps Now Election:

  • 1 Card - $9.99
  • 5 Cards - $29.99 ($5.99 per card)
  • 10 Cards - $49.99 ($4.99 per card)
  • 20 Cards - $79.99 ($3.99 per card)

More 2016 Topps Now Election cards will added as they are released by Topps so check back. An ongoing checklist can be viewed using the tab above.

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2016 Topps Now Election #14 Donald Trump Sworn In Officially 45th President 847
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2016 Topps Now Election #15 President Trump Delivers His Inaugural Address 474
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2016 Topps Now Election #16 Barack and Michelle Obama Leave White House 675
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2016 Topps Now Election 17 Donald Melania Trump Assume Residence White House 551
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2016 Topps Now Election 18 Mike Pence Sworn in Official 48th Vice President 456
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2016 Topps Now #OS-45 President Obama & WS Trophy Chicago Cubs PR 1,301 PSA 10
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2017 TOPPS NOW #308 CHICAGO CUBS PRESENT NO. 45 JERSEY TO PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP
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President Trump visit 2017 Topps Now June 28 Rare SP Chicago Cubs MLB 308
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Topps NOW Election 16-14: Donald Trump Sworn in Officially Become 45th President
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Topps NOW Election 16-15: Donald Trump Delivers his Inaugural Address
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Topps NOW Election 16-16: Barack Obama Leaves the White House for the Last Time
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Topps NOW Election 16-17: Donald & Melania Trump Assume Residence in White House
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Topps NOW Election 16-18: Mike Pence Sworn in as the 45th Vice-President
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2016 Topps Now #272 President Obama Kansas City Royals Print Run 1,102
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CHICAGO CUBS PRESENT PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP JERSEY TOPPS NOW CARD #308 w TPLDR
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2016 TOPPS NOW #16-13 DONALD TRUMP WINS THE 2016 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION
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2016 Topps Now Election Checklist

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Each card is available for 24 hours. Announced print runs will be noted below.
Purchase previous releases on eBay using the links below.
9/26/2016
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ELECTION16-1 Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton: Candidates Shake Hands to Kick Off the First Presidential Debate (PR=277)
ELECTION16-2 Hillary Clinton: 1st Woman to Participate in a U.S. Presidential Debate (PR=328)
ELECTION16-3 Donald Trump: Stresses His Points During the First Debate About Why He Should Be Elected (PR=334)
10/4/2016
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ELECTION16-4 Mike Pence, Tim Kaine: V.P. Candidates Shake Hands Before the Debate Begins (PR=71)
ELECTION16-5 Tim Kaine: Pushes Mike Pence to Defend Trump's Positions (PR=65)
ELECTION16-6 Mike Pence: Poised V.P. Candidate Focuses on Clinton's Shortcomings (PR=65)
10/9/2016
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ELECTION16-7 Donald Trump & Hillary Clinton: Candidates Don’t Shake Hands Before Second Presidential Debate (PR=143)
ELECTION16-8 Hillary Clinton: Defends Against Donald Trump’s Attacks; Criticizes His Behavior (PR=165)
ELECTION16-9 Donald Trump: Brushes Off Latest Controversy; Attacks Hillary Clinton (PR=145)
10/19/2016
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ELECTION16-10 Donald Trump: Indicates He Might Not Accept Results of Election (PR=158)
ELECTION16-11 Hillary Clinton: Says That Trump is a Puppet for Vladimir Putin (PR=157)
ELECTION16-12 Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton: Candidates Meet in Las Vegas for 3rd and Final Debate (PR=144)
11/08/2016
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ELECTION16-13 Donald Trump: Wins the 2016 Presidential Election (PR=2,011)

2017 Topps Now Election Checklist

1/20/2017: Inauguration - Shop on Topps
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ELECTION16-14 Donald Trump: Sworn in to Officially Become the 45th President
ELECTION16-15 Donald Trump: Delivers His Inaugural Address
ELECTION16-16 Barack Obama: Leaves the White House for the Last Time
ELECTION16-17 Donald & Melania Trump: Assume Residence in the White House
ELECTION16-18 Mike Pence: Sworn in as the 45th Vice-President

Trey Treutel  |  E-Mail Author

Trey Treutel is an Ole Miss grad and a lifelong sports fanatic. He is a huge fan of the NBA and NFL, as well as soccer, college basketball and college football. As a kid, he collected football and basketball cards. In more recent years, he started collecting basketball cards again on a whim and has since expanded to other sports and entertainment options. Find Trey on Twitter at @datreute or Google+.


User Comments

  1. Does anyone out there have any idea how many and how often Topps is going to add to this set? I know the baseball NOW set has been popular, but what about the other NOW sets? Do the NOW cards maintain value, or are they falling off as time goes by? You can get NOW cards for $5.50 to $9.99 a card if you get them the first day. The price can go much higher after that. There are quite a few cards available on internet selling points. Certainly a lot more now than back in June. Is that because collectors lost interest, or are they looking to recover some of the cost they paid for the cards?

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