Preview: 2011 Upper Deck SP Authentic Football

Your favorite rookies and veterans are back for another season in their college uniforms for 2011 Upper Deck SP Authentic football! Some of the hottest rookie cards on the planet come from this product with the SP Authentic autographed patches. Although these are in their college uniforms and not what they once were in terms of how people collect them, they still hold great value if you’re looking for some of the top rookie cards of your favorite players.

2011 Upper Deck SP Authentic comes out with a 100 card base set including 100 1998 styled SP Future Watch cards. You can also find SP Autographed Patches, SPx Rookie Autographed Jersey cards, and SP Signature Threads Autographed Jersey. And I must say, with last year’s SP Authentic football looking kind of boring in the insert department, these look a lot better than last year, especially if you’re lucky enough to pull a SPx pack because those cards look phenomenal.

Each box will yield 3 hits including one SP Autographed Patch card. You may also find 4 SPx packs per case featuring an SPx Autographed Jersey in every one of these packs. This adds a cool little addition to the SP Authentic brand by including some SPx styled cards. There will also be at least one SP Autographed Jersey per case. Your other hits normally consist of plain signatures. You may also find dual, triple, or even quad autographs from some of the games legends, veterans, and rookies from players like Troy Aikman, Barry Sanders, Mark Ingram, Cam Newton, and more!

You can find this product on shelves February 7, 2012, at around $115 per box.

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6 Responses to Preview: 2011 Upper Deck SP Authentic Football

  1. Matt G. says:

    Sp authentic is always one of the top brands out there. Cant wait

  2. David says:

    Why mark them as Rookie Auto Patch? Its not a real Rookie card.

  3. Brian Cross says:

    SP Fails!!! UD has finally lost a long time SP collector. This product has become a $70 a box product not $110. The base set is way too small WAY TOO MANY REPEATS IN ONE BOX!!! Bang for the buck and fun in ripping has moved to Topps for now, at least for this collector. After canceling with USA Football, upperdeck should have considered base set parallels to enhance the product.

  4. gregg kohn says:

    who defines what a rookie card is these days? why isnt this a rookie? also, the base set for SPA has never been large..and with the 1999 retro set to collect guys that makes 200 cards…as far as value, please find a 2011 product that uses the top 10 rookie signatures more generous then 2011 SPA

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