Best sports collectible trading cards according to redditors

We found 84 Reddit comments discussing the best sports collectible trading cards. We ranked the 73 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Collectible Sports Trading Cards:

u/AbleDiscipline · 181 pointsr/LivestreamFail

Each box he opened has 1 pack in it.. the pack contains 3 cards and a chance of a redemption card. Redemptions are ones that you have to contact Topps (the manufacturer) and they will mail it to you. They tend to be higher in value.

"Each Prime Performers Autograph is also available in the following parallels.
Bronze Ink (serial-numbered to 25 copies)
Silver Ink (serial-numbered to ten)
Gold Ink (one-of-one) "

That being said, just because the redemption he pulled will only have 10 made.. it doesn't make it necessarily valuable. As a Cardinals fan.. it would be cool to pull a Molina redemption, but its definitely not one of the sought after ones.

The guy in the video gets a group of people together to purchase the box. Example would be a box that cost $500 would be split 25 ways. Each team would cost $20. How they decide to divvy up the cards is by buying a team.. any card with that team goes to the person who bought that team.

Here is an example of a more sought after silver ink auto from last years set:

The box (that had 3 cards and chance of a redemption) costs around $150.

u/mach18 · 37 pointsr/TheMaskedSinger
u/poulin · 9 pointsr/Flyers

Looks like Jordan Weal, with his number, "40," in the bottom left.

u/420chillin · 7 pointsr/denvernuggets

Anyone want this

89 cents lol

u/furushotakeru · 3 pointsr/SanJoseSharks
u/Emperor-Commodus · 3 pointsr/aafb

> I would think the AAF would at least want to sell their remaining product, right? Stores went down almost immediately, it seems.

Assuming the stores were being directly run by the AAF and not outsourced to a third party, there's a good chance the employees running the stores fucked off the second the "cease operations" news came out on April 2nd and they realized they weren't getting another paycheck.

In addition, who's going to pay for servers if the company literally has no money? I can also see the company intentionally shutting everything down before letting employees go to maximise the amount of capital they have left to sell off during bankruptcy.

How ever, I would assume that any merchandise owned by the AAF would probably get sold to other companies during bankruptcy auctions, so some other company will probably get them and start selling them eventually.

EDIT: lol you can get Hackenburg Memphis Express "baseball cards" on Amazon for $4. Probably the most worthless pieces of cardstock in the whole world

Also the site just loaded for me, I'm a charlatan and everything I said is a lie

u/threedogcircus · 3 pointsr/hockey

On the top hat, the right-most signature is Dan McGillis I believe:

u/suxesspool · 2 pointsr/baseballcards

Baseball MLB 1987 Fleer #322 Wayne Krenchicki Expos

u/arkain123 · 2 pointsr/hearthstone

> But there's just no justifying the blatant exploitation of kids through psychological carrot and stick in my mind

I know people have only been reading about behavioral science as it applies to reinforcement for a few weeks since this loot box thing became big, but if you think these games are the first industry to take advantage of intermittent reinforcement, they're really not.

Remember these?

What about these, ever buy your kids one of those?

Ever promise your kid dessert so he'd eat his broccoli, and not tell him it's fruit salad?

Everyone uses this. The whole entertainment industry is built on the back of intermittent reinforcement. We use it to train out dogs. We use it to educate our kids. We use it to reward good work, in big companies (sell x of y product and win a trip, to be revealed soon!).

Casinos are just the most obvious, most direct way of doing it.

u/syncopation1 · 2 pointsr/baseballcards
u/coachbrew · 2 pointsr/AutographAssistance

He actually did play for the Cubs, but that was last season, lol.

Back when this ball was signed he would've been on the Giants. But that is definitely an early version of his signature (it changed later in his career). Here's a matching example:

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/angelsbaseball

Looks like possibly Maicer Izturis to me, based on the #6

u/dit_le_renard · 1 pointr/AAF_Football

Amazon has them if you don’t mind paying the extra $3! 2019 Topps Alliance of American Football 10ct Blaster Box

u/kpp1252 · 1 pointr/AAF_Football
u/bobbyb9827 · 1 pointr/NYYankees

Loaisiga straight up does not look like the same dude in his Topps rookie card link

u/surfnsound · 1 pointr/fantasybaseball

Congrats on the baby. I gave my 16 month old her first baseball card, a 2016 Allen and Ginter Mascots in the Wild MW-6 Horse Am I shortchanging her?

u/rep74 · 1 pointr/baseball
u/Lurkingnopost · 1 pointr/AskMen

I havent. I collected the Marvel Cards put out in 1990 and garbage pale kids. Fucking have thise stashed in my garage. I labeled the box "porn stash" so wifey wont go near them.

u/BakeSneerPlot · 0 pointsr/hockey