November 1, 2016
(Newport Beach, CA) – First PSA gave collectors a chance to win autographed sports memorabilia — including baseballs, bats and jerseys — with their popular “Monthly Memorabilia” sweepstakes. Now the hobby’s number one authentication and grading company is taking collectors on a yearlong quest to win classic trading card prizes.
From November 1, 2016 through October 31, 2017, Professional Sports Authenticator (http://www.psacard.com/) is presenting the “Classic Cardboard” sweepstakes, the latest chapter in the company’s monthly sweepstakes series. This latest sweepstakes is free to enter and offers baseball, football, basketball, hockey and non-sports trading cards. All cards come courtesy of Baseball Card Roadshows (http://www.baseballcardroadshows.com/).
“Thanks to Baseball Card Roadshows, we were able to assemble 12 classic cards that collectors will love. These cards have an average value of $100 and feature some of the biggest names in the hobby, from Mickey Mantle to Luke Skywalker,” said PSA President Joe Orlando.
Each month, collectors who enter the Classic Cardboard sweepstakes will have the chance to win one of the following PSA-graded trading cards:
- November 2016: 1967 Topps #150 Mickey Mantle, graded PSA 6
- December 2016: 1964 Philadelphia #109 Fran Tarkenton, graded PSA 9
- January 2017: 1971 Topps #170 Rick Barry, graded PSA 8
- February 2017: 1962 Parkhurst #38 Henri Richard, graded PSA 9
- March 2017: 1993 SP Foil #279 Derek Jeter, graded PSA 7
- April 2017: 1982 Topps Traded #98T Cal Ripken Jr., graded PSA 9
- May 2017: 1975 Topps #223 Robin Yount, graded PSA 8
- June 2017: 1970 Topps #50 Wilt Chamberlain, graded PSA 8
- July 2017: 1977 Star Wars #57 Luke Skywalker, graded PSA 10
- August 2017: 1959 Topps #380 Hank Aaron, graded PSA 7
- September 2017: 1964 Topps #150 Willie Mays, graded PSA 7
- October 2017: 1968 Topps #2 Bobby Orr, graded PSA 6
Entry is limited to once per month; however, entrants are eligible to win multiple prizes. For additional entry information and official rules, visit www.PSAcard.com/sweepstakes.
PSA is the world's largest trading card, autograph and memorabilia authentication and grading service. Since 1991, PSA experts have examined and certified over 27 million collectibles with a combined value of over $1 billion.
Article provided by Professional Sports Authenticator (PSA) at www.PSAcard.com