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Topps Releases XFL Trading Cards, Sells Out In Two Days

On Wednesday, April 15th Topps released its long-awaited line of XFL trading cards. By Friday, April 17th they were sold out.

The XFL Topps card collection had two options;

Value Box: $20 – 10 packs per box

Hobby Box: $72 – 24 packs per box. Each box guaranteed three autograph cards.

Each pack includes 10 cards. No word on if they will restock the cards online or if you can buy them in stores like Target or Walmart.

During the XFL season, Topps released their NOW series cards. They were a limited number of cards based on the game that weekend.

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  1. AngryCardCollector

    April 19, 2020 at 2:21 am

    I highly doubt this to be the case. Topps sites are not the main distributor. Local card hobby shops, Dave and Adams, Steel City Cards, and Blowout Cards carry a ton of this and continually restock.

  2. Derek McDonough

    April 20, 2020 at 10:42 pm

    I guess the draw would be to have a set of XFL cards from the season that was only 1 week long.

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