Panini America Offers Redemption Program for Retail Edition of 2015 Donruss Football

The Walmart-exclusive edition of Panini America's 2015 Donruss Football will start hitting store shelves this week -- and when it does, retail-minded collectors will have the opportunity to participate in a special wrapper-redemption program that includes holofoil collegiate versions of Rated Rookie cards featuring Marcus Mariota, Jameis Winston, Amari Cooper and Todd Gurley.

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The Walmart-exclusive edition of Panini America’s 2015 Donruss Football will start hitting store shelves this week — and when it does, retail-minded collectors will have the opportunity to participate in a special wrapper-redemption program that includes holofoil collegiate versions of Rated Rookie cards featuring Marcus Mariota, Jameis Winston, Amari Cooper and Todd Gurley.

Customers who send in 24 wrappers from Walmart-exclusive Retail Preferred boxes of 2015 Donruss Football and a copy of their Walmart receipt will receive one four-card pack. Collectors will receive one four-card redemption pack for every 24 wrappers and corresponding receipts they submit.

We provide a sneak peek at the four cards in the set below. Customers interested in participating in the 2015 Donruss Football Walmart Wrapper Redemption Program should send their wrappers and receipts to:

Panini America Donruss Football Walmart Redemption
5325 FAA Boulevard, Suite 100
Irving, Texas 75061

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15 Replies to “Panini America Offers Redemption Program for Retail Edition of 2015 Donruss Football”

  1. I love the idea. But, at only four cards per pack, it would cost Thousands to complete a set. I love this year’s Donruss football. I bought two rack packs at Walmart this weekend. I pulled a Chris Conley jersey & a Jarvis Landry jersey card.

  2. This information would have been awesome to know LAST WEEK WHEN THE STUFF HIT THE SHELVES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I OPENED 2 BOXES LAST WEEK!

  3. Panini is notorious for putting so-so guys’ (at best) autos in their retail boxes. AKA no Mariota, Cooper, Winston, etc autographs. We’ll see I guess. Let me know if anyone gets a decent auto out of the Walmart version of these, and I’ll grab one or two!! If not, I’ll know what to do 😉

      1. Thanks. Yeah, the expensive “sorta” hobby boxes exclusive to the retail stores are probably a decent buy (Excalibur, Prestige for basketball), I suppose. I’m sure there’s zero chance of getting either of those two in a blaster box, if Donruss made any (much like Contenders having anyone last year in their retail).

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