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Thursday, February 18, 2010

I'm Sure Many People Have Tried This...

As you know, one million cards are being given away by Topps in 2010 in that Million Card giveaway. And of course, Topps didn't exactly MAKE one million cards, so there are bound to be multiples upon multiples of certain cards (or years, or eras, whatever).

But if you want to see what cards have been (or for that matter, have not yet been redeemed), all you have to do is type this web address:

http://www.toppscards.com/BaseballCard.aspx?CardID=#(don't click on this link yet...)

and type in any number from 1 to 38312 where the # is, and if it works properly, give you the card info for every card in the database from the 1952 Topps Andy Pafko #1 (which will work if you enter 2 as the #, you know because red back vs. black back variations) to 2009 Topps Jacoby Ellsbury #660 (I'm going to go on a wild guess that since Ellsbury is #660A as #38311 that #660B, or #38312, is the 2009 Topps Carl Yastrzemski SP). Starting with #38313 to 38456, you get all the bonus cards Topps is adding to the pot (for now, as starting with #38457, no information is available).

I do hope, when this is all said and done, that Topps keeps this site up for posterity and eventually add all the traded/update cards, and all cards going forward. But that would mean that every all 38456 unique cards need to be redeemed.

So what are you waiting for??? Get those codes in!!!

Sincerely,

JayBee Anama

2 comments:

unclemoe said...

Oh... right. I still need to redeem mine. I was hoping that waiting longer might be more beneficial.

moe.

SqueezePlayCards said...

I hope they keep this up as well. I spent a couple of minutes and put in about a dozen random numbers and not one of them has been unlocked yet.