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2024 Topps Series 1 Baseball Blasters Introduce Autograph Memorabilia Redemption on Fanatics Website

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Fanatics/Topps takes card collecting to the next level by incorporating autographed memorabilia redemptions into their 2024 Series 1 Baseball blaster boxes, exclusively sold on Fanatics' website. This new promotion offers collectors a unique opportunity to obtain signed memorabilia directly through their card collecting hobby.

Following its acquisition of Topps, Fanatics has begun to explore innovative ways to merge the worlds of baseball card collecting with its extensive sports memorabilia business. The latest manifestation of this strategy is an exciting promotion found within the 2024 Series 1 Baseball blaster boxes, which are exclusively available through Fanatics' online platform. Priced at $29.99, these blaster boxes come with a special surprise: redemption cards for autographed sports memorabilia.

Collectors lucky enough to find one of these redemption cards in their blaster box will be directed to a specific website to redeem their prize. While a showcased redemption includes an autographed baseball by Adley Rutschman, Fanatics hints at a broader selection of signed items from its roster of athletes, though full details are yet to be disclosed.

Notably, the Fanatics-exclusive blaster boxes offer more than the standard set, containing nine packs of Series 1 cards, as opposed to the seven packs typically found in other retail versions. Each pack is packed with twelve cards, including ten base cards, a 'Stars of MLB' insert, and an Aqua parallel, exclusive to Fanatics' blasters.

Set to release on February 14, the 2024 Topps Hobby boxes coincide with this unique promotion. Fanatics is sweetening the deal by offering free shipping for these blaster boxes, available for purchase until they run out. This initiative by Fanatics/Topps not only adds an exciting layer to the hobby of card collecting but also seamlessly connects collectors with the thrilling world of autographed sports memorabilia.

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