The All-Star Game is almost here, but the fun hasn’t even started yet.
Topps will be at Play Ball Park (formerly known as the FanFest) with free cards, games and more starting July 5 at the Huntington Convention Center in Cleveland.
Play Ball Park is open July 5-9 beginning at 10 a.m. ET each day.
So what does Topps have planned? Glad you asked. Here are the details on what you can find at the Topps booth.
Special appearance: Scott Rogowsky
DAZN host and comedian Scott Rogowsky will be stopping by the Topps booth signing his 2018 Topps Allen & Ginter trading card.
Meet Scott at 1 p.m. E.T. on Monday, July 8.
The wrapper redemption program is back featuring six players. Bring three sealed packs of either 2019 Topps Series 1, 2019 Topps Series 2, 2019 Topps Stadium Club or 2019 Topps Big League Baseball to get one card.
Open the packs at the Topps booth in front of a Topps rep, hand them in, and get your wrapper redemption card.
There is a limit of one full set per day, per person – and available while supplies last.
The players featured on the cards include: Mike Trout, Aaron Judge, Francisco Lindor, Bryce Harper, Jose Altuve and Rhys Hoskins.
All-Star Patch Cards – Gift with Purchase
Complete sets of 2019 Topps Baseball are being sold at the booth and with the purchase of a complete set, get an exclusive 2019 All-Star Game Patch card featuring one of six players.
The players include Francisco Lindor, Mookie Betts, Shohei Ohtani, Ronald Acuna Jr., Bob Feller and Larry Doby.
Available while supplies last.
Topps Digital will be showcasing its in-app mini game, “Batter Up!” where attendees can win Topps BUNT prizes such as the BUNT ‘Poster of the Day’, pennants, foam finger, or a limited-edition BUNT collectors pin. Fans of BUNT can also get their hands on code redemption cards unlocking a special in-app, show-exclusive pack featuring abstract Stadium Series designs from MLB artist, S. Preston.
For attendees who download the app, they can also enter a raffle for a BUNT prize pack featuring show giveaways, in-app currency boost, Topps gear + physical box of Topps Baseball trading cards!
The fan-favorite Packs Wars is back with Alan Narz.
If you never played before, you’re going to want to check this out. Come by the Topps booth during the announced times, get free sample packs and then look for your players that are the tallest or have the highest batting average or whatever Alan calls out.
There is a chance to win more prizes, but every one leaves with free cards.
Pack Wars schedule:
- Friday-Saturday: Noon, 2 p.m., 6 p.m.
- Monday: Noon, 2 p.m.
Make Your Own Trading Card
The Make Your Own Trading Card booth is a staple at the All-Star Game festivities. If you ever wanted to see yourself on a Topps trading card, here is your chance.
Head to booth No. 112 near the Topps station and make sure to tag us on social so we can see your card.
Topps House of Cards
Love baseball cards so much?
Visit the Topps House of Cards, a truly a unique spectacle. More than 750,000 Topps cards were used in the creation of the interactive House of Cards.
Walk though the house and see what it would be like if your house was truly made out of cards.
The Topps trading card wall if back. See a card you like? Take a card and leave a card for this fun interactive element at the Topps booth.
Cards for sale
Topps will have cards for sale at the booth. Find 2019 Topps Series 1, Series 2, Stadium Club and Big League Baseball available for purchase. There will also be Topps MLB Sticker Collection albums and packs available.
TOPPS NOW fans will also be able to pick up Future cards of the Award Winners in person. These cards feature a scratch off that you enter into Topps.com. If the prediction on the back of the cards comes true – such as Pete Alonso winning the NL Rookie of the Year – win the prize indicated on the card.
Buy TOPPS NOW Future packs and root for your favorite players through the season.