Panini America’s 2018-19 Cornerstones Basketball arrives in hobby shops and on group-break sites across North America tomorrow, boasting a bevy of the product’s namesake Cornerstones hard-signed memorabilia cards featuring both standout members of the …
Panini America’s Cornerstones Basketball arrives for the 2018-19 NBA collecting season on Wednesday with a tried-and-true, calling-card kind of appeal that not only showcases the namesake Cornerstones autographed memorabilia cards but also manages to s…
The Hits Keep Coming: Panini America Appreciates the Best of 2018 National Treasures Football in Must-See Gallery
Today is so much more than just another Friday. It’s a national collecting holiday. Panini America’s 2018 National Treasures Football arrived in hobby shops and on group-break sites across North America today. Trust us when we tell you: That’s cause fo…
Panini America’s Spectra Basketball franchise first made a name for itself years ago by taking the company’s fabled Optichrome printing technology to the next level with extra-thick cards, a bevy of Prizm-friendly designs and a stunning display of colo…
Panini America’s Spectra Basketball franchise first made a name for itself years ago by taking the company’s fabled Optichrome printing technology to the next level with extra-thick cards, a bevy of Prizm-friendly designs and a stunning display of color that seems to raise the bar every single year. In early May, the bar gets raised again with the release of 2018-19 Spectra Basketball.
Just “Encased” you were wondering, Panini America’s 2018 Encased Football is set to arrive tomorrow in hobby shops and on group-break sites across North America, and when it does, collectors are sure to find that the third iteration of the product just might be the best one yet. Aside from a spectacular array of high-end autograph and memorabilia cards honoring 2018’s most spectacular rookies, 2018 Encased Football also delivers the franchise’s most stacked veteran and legend lineup, too.
As the 2018-19 NBA season enters the pivotal stretch where teams start seriously jockeying for playoff positioning, the trading cards of each contender’s key contributors — as well of those of the season’s hottest rookies — gradually start demanding more attention, more bids and more prestige. And with each new product, the buzz becomes gradually more tangible. Tomorrow, that fascinating process continues with the release of Panini America’s 2018-19 Select Basketball.
As NBA teams prepare for the playoffs and a run to the NBA Finals, NBA trading card collectors will be playing for more than 100,000 prizes at hobby shops across the U.S., including the chance to spend a day with an NBA player in the 2019 Panini NBA Player of the Day promotion.
Panini America, the world’s largest licensed sports and entertainment collectibles company, announced today that it has reached agreement with former Oklahoma University quarterback Kyler Murray for trading cards and autographs. Murray’s first officially licensed trading cards and autographs will arrive later this month in Panini America’s 2019 Prizm Draft Picks Football. His first officially licensed NFL trading cards will release in April inside the company’s landmark 2019 Score Football product.
One week from today, hobby shops and group-break sites across the country will be awash with the vibrancy that only a product like Panini America’s Select Basketball franchise can provide. Boasting an intoxicating mix of Prizms (including the wildly popular Zebras and Tie-Dyes), and a bevy of autograph and memorabilia tributes to this season’s top rookies and the NBA’s hottest superstars and greatest legends, 2018-19 Select Basketball — as you’ll soon see — is ready to shine.
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