Preview: 2012 Panini Score Football

The best value in sports cards has returned to the football arena bringing you the hit $1 per pack product in 2012 Panini Score football. There are other $1 per pack products out there, but none of them compare to the value that the Score brand brings to the gridiron.

At 36 packs per box and 7 cards per pack, you will get a ton of cards. You can also find rookies, glossy variations, numbered parallels, inserts, autographs, and even printing plates. All of this can be found in a $1 per pack product. This is the type of product for just about every collector found in the spectrum from set builders and kids, to adults and hit seekers.

There is a reason I love this set, which you can see my review of from last year. And it all stems on the value and content. But Panini also likes to uses retro designs and you can’t complain about that either. With designs that highlight several of the top cards of the product from the past decade, it’s quite a mix of designs that may bring some nostalgia back to your younger collecting days.

2012 Panini Score is going to be one of those products that just about everyone will love no matter how old they are. It’s easy on the wallet, a great set to complete, and contains some chase cards to search for. It’s the perfect blend of all the things that makes collecting great.

Check out some more information and photos on the Panini blog.

This product is set to release on July 18, 2012, for $1 per pack or $30 for a box. That’s a great deal right there.

Epic Cards: 2000 Playoff Contenders Tom Brady Rookie Auto

This card is currently on eBay right before the big game on Sunday.

We may see brand new heights for the price of this card if Tom Brady and the Patriots win another Super Bowl. If not, expect a new price hike for Eli Manning rookie autographs.

Though many hate Tom Brady, this is the holy grail of cards of current NFL players. The card is beautiful too. On card autograph, great placement of the card information on the right, action photo of in game action with a plain color hue over the background that really makes Tom Brady stand out.

Who would of thought Tom Brady would be as good as he is and this card would become one of the priciest modern day football cards?