Exclusive White Sparkle Prizms Set to Debut Monday on Panini Rewards Site (Gallery)

Panini America's pioneering Panini Rewards program is on the verge of getting a card set to call its own. Beginning Monday, Panini Rewards will unveil a rare White Sparkle version of 2015 Prizm Football that will be available exclusively through the Rewards platform.

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Panini America’s pioneering Panini Rewards program is on the verge of getting a card set to call its own. Beginning Monday, Panini Rewards will unveil a rare White Sparkle version of 2015 Prizm Football that will be available exclusively through the Rewards platform.

The 300-card White Sparkle Prizm set (200 current stars and retired legends, 100 rookies) will be delivered in three-card packs while supplies last and every card in the set qualifies as a Super Short Print. The cards will be available on the Panini Rewards site starting Monday with a limit of three packs per account/household. Each three-card pack will require 1,000 Panini Rewards points.

The gallery that follows provides the first sneak peek at the impressive White Sparkle Prizms, the first in a series of exclusive sets planned for Panini Rewards. In addition to cracking five early packs, we also showcase some of the cards in their uncut-sheet splendor.

Enjoy the images and be sure to visit Panini Rewards on Monday to start exchanging your available points for packs.

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24 Replies to “Exclusive White Sparkle Prizms Set to Debut Monday on Panini Rewards Site (Gallery)”

  1. Card should be distributed to collectors in packs/boxes. Not held back to make your reward program “succeed” in your eyes Panini.

  2. Well, 150 point reward cards are going around $5.00 or so, so 1000 points/150 would be 6.67 X $5.00 = $33 for a pack (I just spend $28 for 850 points last night in fact, so that matches up). And the potential for a dud pack for that much-aka no decent RC-scares me a bit.
    Super nice cards and awesome idea, though!!

      1. I’m sorry, but if I’m going to use up $30+ worth of points on a 3 card pack, I’d like to know how limited these cards are. A nothing statement like “It’s SSP” doesn’t cut it for me.

  3. Having exclusive items on Panini Rewards is one of the biggest draws to the program to me. Educated and dedicated Panini customers can use their knowledge to obtain these items that the average collector may not be aware of and can subsequently get out into the marketplace sooner if they choose. Great idea, good luck to those who choose to get some packs. Thanks Tracy!

  4. Love the cards! I agree with another poster that at 1000 points it scares me a bit to get a below average pack. Since they are not numbered it would really help to know the exact print run. Huge difference between a SSP /5 and a SSP /25. Keep up the great work!

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