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2019 Bowman Mega Box Chrome Baseball Cards

2019 Bowman Mega Box Chrome Baseball Cards

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The popular retail-exclusive release is back via 2019 Bowman Mega Box Chrome Baseball.

Only sold at Target locations, each Mega Box contains four regular Bowman packs and two of the exclusive Chrome packs for $19.99. This is a change from the 2018 set that had five Bowman packs and two Chrome packs for $14.99.

2019 Bowman Mega Box Chrome Baseball Base / Inserts

The skip-numbered base set for 2019 Bowman Mega Box Chrome Baseball pulls from the main prospect lineup in 2019 Bowman Baseball. The difference is the distinct background design on the chromium finish. A grand total of 100 players comprise the "mojo" checklist, including multiple levels of numbered Refractor parallels.

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There are also Image Variation cards for several of the key names. These are tough pulls at 1:140 packs (1:70 boxes).

Inserts include the 20-card Ready for the Show and Rookie of the Year Favorites sets.

2019 Bowman Mega Box Chrome Baseball Autographs

Collectors can also find autographs in the 2019 Bowman Mega Box Chrome Baseball checklist. Averaging 1:16 packs (1:8 boxes), the Mega Box Autograph lineup highlights 26 names, including Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and Wander Franco.

In addition, ROY talent is on display with Rookie of the Year Favorites Autographs.

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Estimated Release Date: May 15, 2019 (exact date varies by location)
Product Configuration: 6 packs per box (2 exclusive Mega Box packs, 4 Bowman packs), 16 boxes per case

2019 Bowman Mega Box Chrome Baseball Box Break

  • 2 Exclusive Mega Box Chrome Packs (5 cards per pack)
  • 4 Packs of 2019 Bowman Baseball (10 cards per pack)

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Set Checklist

2019 Bowman Mega Box Chrome Baseball Checklist

Full pack odds listed below.

Base Chrome Mojo Set Checklist

100 cards. Skip-numbered set.
CARD PARALLELS: Purple #/250 (1:13), Green #/99 (1:32), Gold #/50 (1:62), Orange #/25 (1:126), Black 1/1 (1:3,094).
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BCP-1 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays
BCP-2 Alec Bohm - Philadelphia Phillies
BCP-4 Jo Adell - Los Angeles Angels
BCP-5 Victor Victor Mesa - Miami Marlins
BCP-7 Tirso Ornelas - San Diego Padres
BCP-10 Adrian Morejon - San Diego Padres
BCP-11 Derian Cruz - Atlanta Braves
BCP-13 Jarred Kelenic - Seattle Mariners
BCP-14 Seth Beer - Houston Astros
BCP-17 A.J. Puk - Oakland Athletics
BCP-18 Leody Taveras - Texas Rangers
BCP-19 Logan Allen - San Diego Padres
BCP-20 Blake Rutherford - Chicago White Sox
BCP-21 Freudis Nova - Houston Astros
BCP-23 Rylan Bannon - Baltimore Orioles
BCP-24 Taylor Trammell - Cincinnati Reds
BCP-25 Fernando Tatis Jr. - San Diego Padres
BCP-30 Julio Pablo Martinez - Texas Rangers
BCP-32 Cristian Javier - Houston Astros
BCP-33 Julio Rodriguez - Seattle Mariners
BCP-35 Miguel Amaya - Chicago Cubs
BCP-40 Triston McKenzie - Cleveland Indians
BCP-41 Ryan Mountcastle - Baltimore Orioles
BCP-43 Nick Senzel - Cincinnati Reds
BCP-44 Luis Robert - Chicago White Sox
BCP-47 Ian Anderson - Atlanta Braves
BCP-48 Griffin Canning - Los Angeles Angels
BCP-49 Casey Mize - Detroit Tigers
BCP-50 Joey Bart - San Francisco Giants
BCP-51 Hunter Greene - Cincinnati Reds
BCP-52 Forrest Whitley - Houston Astros
BCP-53 Blaze Alexander - Arizona Diamondbacks
BCP-54 Keston Hiura - Milwaukee Brewers
BCP-55 Chris Paddack - San Diego Padres
BCP-56 Franklin Perez - Detroit Tigers
BCP-60 Nolan Gorman - St. Louis Cardinals
BCP-62 Cristian Pache - Atlanta Braves
BCP-63 Nick Madrigal - Chicago White Sox
BCP-64 Luis Garcia - Washington Nationals
BCP-66 Ryan Weathers - San Diego Padres
BCP-67 Jon Duplantier - Arizona Diamondbacks
BCP-68 Reggie Lawson - San Diego Padres
BCP-69 Orelvis Martinez - Toronto Blue Jays
BCP-70 Sixto Sanchez - Miami Marlins
BCP-71 Ke'Bryan Hayes - Pittsburgh Pirates
BCP-72 Brewer Hicklen - Kansas City Royals
BCP-73 MacKenzie Gore - San Diego Padres
BCP-74 Estevan Florial - New York Yankees
BCP-77 Andres Gimenez - New York Mets
BCP-78 Alex Faedo - Detroit Tigers
BCP-79 Logan Webb - San Francisco Giants
BCP-80 Dustin May - Los Angeles Dodgers
BCP-81 Ryan McKenna - Baltimore Orioles
BCP-82 Marco Luciano - San Francisco Giants
BCP-83 Heliot Ramos - San Francisco Giants
BCP-85 Matt Manning - Detroit Tigers
BCP-87 Chad Spanberger - Toronto Blue Jays
BCP-88 Brent Honeywell - Tampa Bay Rays
BCP-89 Esteury Ruiz - San Diego Padres
BCP-90 Keegan Thompson - Chicago Cubs
BCP-92 Michael Chavis - Boston Red Sox
BCP-93 Travis Swaggerty - Pittsburgh Pirates
BCP-94 Dane Dunning - Chicago White Sox
BCP-95 Lyon Richardson - Cincinnati Reds
BCP-96 Jesus Luzardo - Oakland Athletics
BCP-97 Noelvi Marte - Seattle Mariners
BCP-98 Carter Kieboom - Washington Nationals
BCP-100 Wander Franco - Tampa Bay Rays
BCP-101 Ryan Costello - Minnesota Twins
BCP-102 Jonathan India - Cincinnati Reds
BCP-103 Royce Lewis - Minnesota Twins
BCP-104 Victor Mesa Jr. - Miami Marlins
BCP-105 Brendan McKay - Tampa Bay Rays
BCP-107 Ronny Mauricio - New York Mets
BCP-109 Yusniel Diaz - Baltimore Orioles
BCP-110 Brady Singer - Kansas City Royals
BCP-111 Bo Bichette - Toronto Blue Jays
BCP-112 Matthew Liberatore - Tampa Bay Rays
BCP-113 Dylan Cease - Chicago White Sox
BCP-114 Edward Cabrera - Miami Marlins
BCP-118 Keibert Ruiz - Los Angeles Dodgers
BCP-119 Jonathan Hernandez - Texas Rangers
BCP-120 Matt Mercer - Arizona Diamondbacks
BCP-123 Yordan Alvarez - Houston Astros
BCP-127 Peter Alonso - New York Mets
BCP-129 Austin Riley - Atlanta Braves
BCP-130 Gavin Lux - Los Angeles Dodgers
BCP-132 Andrew Knizner - St. Louis Cardinals
BCP-133 Mitch Keller - Pittsburgh Pirates
BCP-134 Cristian Santana - Los Angeles Dodgers
BCP-135 Jesus Sanchez - Tampa Bay Rays
BCP-137 Brock Burke - Texas Rangers
BCP-138 Alex Kirilloff - Minnesota Twins
BCP-142 Genesis Cabrera - St. Louis Cardinals
BCP-143 Brendan Rodgers - Colorado Rockies
BCP-144 Sean Murphy - Oakland Athletics
BCP-145 Roberto Ramos - Colorado Rockies
BCP-146 Ronaldo Hernandez - Tampa Bay Rays
BCP-149 Jose de la Cruz - Detroit Tigers
BCP-150 Eloy Jimenez - Chicago White Sox


Base Image Variations Set Checklist

10 cards. 1:140 packs. Full guide and gallery.
CARD PARALLELS: Black 1/1 (1:30,005).

BCP-1 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays
BCP-4 Jo Adell - Los Angeles Angels
BCP-25 Fernando Tatis Jr. - San Diego Padres
BCP-43 Nick Senzel - Cincinnati Reds
BCP-49 Casey Mize - Detroit Tigers
BCP-50 Joey Bart - San Francisco Giants
BCP-60 Nolan Gorman - St. Louis Cardinals
BCP-100 Wander Franco - Tampa Bay Rays
BCP-107 Ronny Mauricio - New York Mets
BCP-150 Eloy Jimenez - Chicago White Sox


Base Image Variations Autographs Set Checklist

8 cards. 1:1,531 packs

BCP-1 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays
BCP-25 Fernando Tatis Jr. - San Diego Padres
BCP-49 Casey Mize - Detroit Tigers
BCP-50 Joey Bart - San Francisco Giants
BCP-60 Nolan Gorman - St. Louis Cardinals
BCP-100 Wander Franco - Tampa Bay Rays
BCP-107 Ronny Mauricio - New York Mets
BCP-150 Eloy Jimenez - Chicago White Sox


2019 Bowman Mega Box Chrome Baseball Autograph Checklist

Mega Box Autographs Mojo Set Checklist

26 cards. 1:16 packs.
CARD PARALLELS: Green #/99 (1:120), Orange #/25 (1:472), Black 1/1 (1:11,541).
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BMA-AB Alec Bohm - Philadelphia Phillies
BMA-AK Andrew Knizner - St. Louis Cardinals
BMA-AT Alek Thomas - Arizona Diamondbacks
BMA-BA Blaze Alexander - Arizona Diamondbacks
BMA-BB Brock Burke - Tampa Bay Rays
BMA-BD Bobby Dalbec - Boston Red Sox
BMA-CM Casey Mize - Detroit Tigers
BMA-CS Cristian Santana - Los Angeles Dodgers
BMA-CSP Chad Spanberger - Toronto Blue Jays
BMA-EJ Eloy Jimenez - Chicago White Sox
BMA-FN Freudis Nova - Houston Astros
BMA-GJ Greyson Jenista - Atlanta Braves
BMA-JA Jordyn Adams - Los Angeles Angels
BMA-JB Joey Bart - San Francisco Giants
BMA-JG Joe Gray - Milwaukee Brewers
BMA-JJ Jeremiah Jackson - Los Angeles Angels
BMA-JPM Julio Pablo Martinez - Texas Rangers
BMA-KC Kody Clemens - Detroit Tigers
BMA-KT Keegan Thompson - Chicago Cubs
BMA-LB Luken Baker - St. Louis Cardinals
BMA-NH Nico Hoerner - Chicago Cubs
BMA-RB Rylan Bannon - Baltimore Orioles
BMA-SB Seth Beer - Houston Astros
BMA-VGJ Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays
BMA-WB Will Banfield - Miami Marlins
BMA-WF Wander Franco - Tampa Bay Rays


Rookie of the Year Favorites Autographs Set Checklist

15 cards. 1:207 packs.
REFRACTOR PARALLELS: Orange #/25 (1:816), Black 1/1 (1:20,004).

ROYFA-CA Chance Adams - New York Yankees
ROYFA-CB Corbin Burnes - Milwaukee Brewers
ROYFA-CM Cedric Mullins - Baltimore Orioles
ROYFA-CST Chris Shaw - San Francisco Giants
ROYFA-DJ Danny Jansen - Toronto Blue Jays
ROYFA-DL Dawel Lugo - Detroit Tigers
ROYFA-JB Jake Bauers - Tampa Bay Rays
ROYFA-KA Kolby Allard - Atlanta Braves
ROYFA-KT Kyle Tucker - Houston Astros
ROYFA-KW Kyle Wright - Atlanta Braves
ROYFA-LU Luis Urias - San Diego Padres
ROYFA-MK Michael Kopech - Chicago White Sox
ROYFA-RB Ryan Borucki - Toronto Blue Jays
ROYFA-ROH Ryan O'Hearn - Kansas City Royals
ROYFA-SD Steven Duggar - San Francisco Giants


2019 Bowman Mega Box Chrome Baseball Insert Checklist


Ready for the Show Set Checklist

20 cards. 1:4 packs.
CARD PARALLELS: Purple #/250 (1:63), Green #/99 (1:159), Gold #/50 (1:314), Orange #/25 (1:627), Black 1/1 (1:15,003).

RFTS-1 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays
RFTS-2 Bo Bichette - Toronto Blue Jays
RFTS-3 Triston McKenzie - Cleveland Indians
RFTS-4 Mitch Keller - Pittsburgh Pirates
RFTS-5 Will Smith - Los Angeles Dodgers
RFTS-6 Jon Duplantier - Arizona Diamondbacks
RFTS-7 Austin Riley - Atlanta Braves
RFTS-8 Ryan Mountcastle - Baltimore Orioles
RFTS-9 Nick Senzel - Cincinnati Reds
RFTS-10 Fernando Tatis Jr. - San Diego Padres
RFTS-11 Peter Alonso - New York Mets
RFTS-12 Forrest Whitley - Houston Astros
RFTS-13 Yusniel Diaz - Baltimore Orioles
RFTS-14 Brendan McKay - Tampa Bay Rays
RFTS-15 Jesus Luzardo - Oakland Athletics
RFTS-16 Brendan Rodgers - Colorado Rockies
RFTS-17 Yordan Alvarez - Houston Astros
RFTS-18 Keston Hiura - Milwaukee Brewers
RFTS-19 Brent Honeywell - Tampa Bay Rays
RFTS-20 Eloy Jimenez - Chicago White Sox


Rookie of the Year Favorites Set Checklist

20 cards. 1:2 packs.
CARD PARALLELS: Purple #/250 (1:63), Green #/99 (1:159), Orange #/25 (1:627), Black 1/1 (1:15,003).

ROYF-1 Kyle Tucker - Houston Astros
ROYF-2 Dakota Hudson - St. Louis Cardinals
ROYF-3 Dawel Lugo - Detroit Tigers
ROYF-4 Kevin Newman - Pittsburgh Pirates
ROYF-5 Chance Adams - New York Yankees
ROYF-6 Danny Jansen - Toronto Blue Jays
ROYF-7 Kyle Wright - Atlanta Braves
ROYF-8 Chris Shaw - San Francisco Giants
ROYF-9 Kolby Allard - Atlanta Braves
ROYF-10 Christin Stewart - Detroit Tigers
ROYF-11 Rowdy Tellez - Toronto Blue Jays
ROYF-12 Kohl Stewart - Minnesota Twins
ROYF-13 Brandon Lowe - Tampa Bay Rays
ROYF-14 Luis Urias - San Diego Padres
ROYF-15 Justus Sheffield - Seattle Mariners
ROYF-16 Touki Toussaint - Atlanta Braves
ROYF-17 Josh James - Houston Astros
ROYF-18 Jacob Nix - San Diego Padres
ROYF-19 Jonathan Loaisiga - New York Yankees
ROYF-20 Willians Astudillo - Minnesota Twins


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Trey is 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.

User Reviews


Updating my earlier comments with a score. These are a lot of fun and I have found 4 different targets with multiple boxes so far. I have picked up about 20 myself while my wife and son just picked up 6 from a rural target for Father’s Day…cracking into those right now! Love the design and high value.


The vendor in my area specifically goes out of his way not to stock this product. He has a handful of phone numbers of buyers that he sells them to at his own markup. I’m not going to divulge the markup, because its utterly pathetic. Now that I know how the process works, I will be going to the Target store, and asking a manager to open the boxes for me and I will buy them w/o the Vendor knowing. They’re not vendors, the boxes are shipped to the store, and these are people that are paid to stack the shelves. For 3 years I have wasted time and money searching for a product that some old man sells on the side. It’s absolutely amazing. From when I was a kid, to now that I’m an adult, the shadiness that takes place within this hobby has come full circle. If there is someplace online where I can post my entire experience with this vendor, somebody please LMK, as I need to get it off my chest.


Can you elaborate more on this Joe?


I had been looking for these at two local Target stores and finally found 10 boxes for sale yesterday. I bought 6 and left the others. I went back today and they were gone. Along with a bunch of Mojo cards, I got a Keegan Thompson Mojo auto, Tatis Jr. Mojo, Vlad Jr. Ready for the Show Mojo, and 4-5 other numbered cards.

Carl L.
Carl L.

Would rate zero if I could. Bowman mega box getting worse by the year. Opened 16 boxes, 1 auto, 4 numbered cards (all to 250). Lost my shirt on these. Save your money.


Got my hands on 13 of these…got a Vlad Guerrero Jr. Auto which was fun. Never had any luck finding these before randomly finding a few at a sleepy Target last weekend.

Wander Franco
Wander Franco

A buddy of mine went to Target yesterday during lunch and the third party was stocking the shelves. He put out 8 mega boxes and we bought all of them. I opened one of the 8 last night and pulled a Mojo Wander Auto.
I think the product is fantastic. it’s only getting knocked because people haven’t figured out when they are being stocked. Ours are put out every other Tuesday.



Joe Moss
Joe Moss

guys some of you are missed informed by distribution of the cards i should know i put them on the shelves at target

Scott Allen
Scott Allen

5 Stars. I guess as a Target assistant manager I am biased but this is my favorite retail based product. It’s hard to make any money on buying retail but the combination of rarity plus my 10% employee discount means I almost always have success with this one rather busting a case or reselling. I hate all the base but the mojo packs are awesome.

George Laney
George Laney

I’ve noticed on many of the Bowman Chrome and Mega Boxes that the word “refractor” is not on any of the numbered cards that are “supposedly” refractors. I went on e-bay to some who sold the “refractor” cards and checked the back of the card and the word “refractor” was not showing on the back of the card like they used too. How can you tell which are the refractors if they are not designated as such? Thanks for your help.

Trey Treutel
Trey Treutel

For the exclusive Chrome cards in the Bowman Mega boxes, there are only the base cards and the numbered parallels. Since every parallel is numbered and has a different color border, it is very clear what you have.

Tony Bowen
Tony Bowen

Hello Trey. Found an error in your product details here: 4 Packs of 2018 Bowman Baseball (10 cards per pack)

That should be 4 Packs of 2019 Bowman Baseball & not 2018. Thanks.


I found 12 boxes at a Target yesterday and bought them all. Pulled a Joey Bart Green Auto. The Mega Refractors are beautiful. It does suck when you search and search and can’t find any. I know I was very lucky to find the 12 I did find. I doubt I’ll ever get that lucky again.

Bill Anton
Bill Anton

Just bought 2 boxes online at Target. They limit it to 2 per customer.


Bought 12 boxes at a local Target. Drove around to 3 more and none was on shelf. 1 less pack and $5 more this year. Out of the 24 mega packs I got 0 autos and 0 pipeline inserts. I am done with them this year. Stopping while I am behind.


I guess I lucked out and found 3 boxes placed behind Pokemon/magic card section boxes. Someone was coming back for these I think. They rang up 17.99 each for me. I opened one box and was very unimpressed… I don’t know what the point of the bowman standard packs that have base? That’s great and all for set builders but 40 cards to over 300 card base card set isn’t necessary. The other 4 Chrome packs will be selling to recoup. Just sell the Chrome packs in a 2-pack fat pack… my suggestion.


This product never ceases to disappoint based on the face its scarcity is 100% fictionally based on a few scalpers skimming from employees and distributors. The distribution is an embarrassment to Target and Bowman/Topps. Well I guess you cant shame the shameless monopoly (Topps). From what I’ve seen published the street date is TODAY, yet my local stores “never” got any merch and the boxes are already all over secondary sites. Its products like this that make me think the BB card collecting industry is heading into a 2nd bust. In 10 years will these be like 1991 UD boxes? For the hoarders sake I hope so!

Jim S.
Jim S.

Topps really must be desperate for money. They had this at a great deal in 2018…. But they took a pack out…and raised the price 5 bucks. I will not buy any of these this year! All the greedy dealers out there will…. Hope they get stuck with them… I will not recommend this to anyone in the hobby.


As most of my only access to a “hobby only” product is through retail exclusives, this is my favorite of the bunch. Although the Topps Chrome Update last year (from Target) was pretty cool.

I have looked for this product in past years. While it is difficult to find when it first comes out, I have had relative success as this product seems to have like 2 to 3 restock cycles. I expect it will be the same again this year. I have been able to open some boxes as I came across them at Target at opening time. There was another person there and we split the boxes that were on the shelf (12). I like the design and I think that the autos are an upgrade with them being on-card (with the exception of the photo variation autos).

Hopefully I will find some next week or the week after. But thank you for printing the set checklist! Always hard to decipher the 100 card set from among the 150 Bowman Chrome one.


So I’m 14 years old, and I go to my local Target (Columbia, MO) and I look at the card aisle and they have 30 boxes of bowman mega out on the shelves!
I was surprised and since I’m 14 I could only afford one. I got home and opened the packs I, I pulled a Joey Bart 1st bowman chrome and a few others like Keston Hiura and Casey Mize. I was pretty happy and I opened up the mojo packs and pulled a Victor Victor Mesa 1st bowman and a Will Banfield auto! For a kid that’s Awesome. I love these boxes and they are the only bowman products I open!


Well I’m now going on my THIRD YEAR IN A ROW where I cannot find a box anywhere in my area, yet somehow an actual CASE has been sold on Ebay for almost $1K. This is very frustrating. Being that its a retail product, how would one go about in getting a SEALED FACTORY CASE? Why did I ever get back into this hobby? I’m going to contact Topps and ask them that same question.


I agree that there are probably some things going on with distribution. However, each target store is ran differently from each other. It all depends on the manager of the store. Some targets in my area which is 6 stores have different rules. One rule is employees can not buy an item off or on the shelf until one day later. Second, some stores push the cases that the cards come in to the front of the store by the card aisle and some will allow you to go through them and some will not. (Note) I have personally talked to the guy who etocks the cards and he told me that he didnt mind if i open the cases as long as i put everything back nice and neat like i found it. Thirdly, some targets stock the shelves themselves and don’t wait until the card guy to come in and stock. I went to a target thursday morning and waited for the doors to open and walked to the cards and shazam their was 12 mega boxes sitting on the shelf. I bought all of them for me and 2 other friends. The manager checked me out and I asked her if the card guy was recently in and she told me he was in later the day before and he stocks all the targets in the whole area. So with I went to the next store 6 miles down the road and they had nothing on the shelves. I thought that was strange and there was no obvious empty shelf space where they might have been. I talked to the manager there and she said that had been in the day before but didnt recall if he put out nor did they sell any mega boxes. I told her I found them at a store six miles away and asked why they were not here. She just said i dont know. So, yes. There are shady things going on as everyone who looks for these items knows. My question is how the heck does dave and adams and blowout get huge amounts of these boxes to sell on their website when its a exclusive target store only release? Doing the math based on the purple refractors i estimate that topps made 10,000 16 box cases. That should roughly come out to 2 1/2 cases or 30 boxes per store. So why and where are all these boxes. There should be enough for everybody to get a few boxes. Anyway, thats enough ranting. Good luck looking.

scott parker
scott parker

got lucky and walked into target while the cards were being stocked and snagged the mega boxes. Looks like Topps made double the boxes this year. much harder to hit refractors, still a nice looking product and great player selection.


I saw them on Target website Wednesday May 15th. On Friday 5-17 no longer for sale on line.


It has been hard to get them in the past I know a guy in the area that buys them up when they arrive I never knew how he got them before as I would show up for day of release. This year I was there before him and picked up the six boxes they had stocked and dispersed to friends who collect along with some for myself.


I’m sure I’d give it a 5 star rating if I was able to buy and open a box myself. First…This past summer all the Target’s in my area cut their sports card inventory down by 75%-80% for some reason. Second…the past couple of years when Mega is released, I’ve seen employees coming from the stock room with 4-5 boxes, heading to the checkouts, and not a damn box on the shelves. When I complained about it to the store manager, I was told that once it hits the shelves, it’s whomever gets them first. “Sorta damn hard for anyone other than your employees to buy any, especially when the boxes never leave the stockroom.” was my response. B**** just walked away without saying another word. I’ve complained to corporate, but that’s like fart’n in the wind.


The distribution of this mega box product is faulty. Excell Marketing is in charge of distribution of the Topps brand and they are based out out of Iowa. The head honcho is. a guys names Steve Saunders. I suggest complaining to them. Every year it is the same old song. Its gotten so bad that you can no longer wait online early at stores anymore. Industry guys find out when they pallets are being delivered and bribe the truck guys as well as target store personnel so they have first dibs. You will never see this product at a Target brick n mortar on shelf. Its sad but true.


in Houston theres a retired guy who knows all the stockers and meets them at targets. then he buys up everything.


Ill spend my money on series 2 and update /chrome to get their true rookies.


Mike, I was told they are not sold on-line. I asked i thought. thanks

Trey Treutel
Trey Treutel

They were sold online last year. Haven’t seen any on Target this year yet.


Jay, do what I do. Go to Target.com and order them. Have them shipped to you. I’ve never seen online sold out right away


This is a product I would like but yes Jay is right. While I am at work, all the scalpers are at the stores waiting to buy them all. On eBay, there are multiple sellers who have the whole case for sale and the price is tripled or more! As the Phillie’s fans like to say: “BOOOOO!!!!”


1 Star because “CARD GUYS” locally find out before hand when they are being stocked and buy out all of our TARGETS and then sale them for 3-4x price

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