In three short days, officially licensed NASCAR trading cards -- gone from the marketplace for far too long -- finally will have a new manufacturer, a new product line and an exciting, colorful collecting future. We brought you an extended sneak peek at the hobby edition of 2016 Prizm NASCAR Racing on Friday, fanning the flames of anticipation in advance of Wednesday's release date.
In three short days, officially licensed NASCAR trading cards — gone from the marketplace for far too long — finally will have a new manufacturer, a new product line and an exciting, colorful collecting future. We brought you an extended sneak peek at the hobby edition of 2016 Prizm NASCAR Racing on Friday, fanning the flames of anticipation in advance of Wednesday’s release date.
Today, we’re shifting our preview focus to some of the product’s retail-exclusive inserts and parallels found within retail, Walmart and Target SKUs. From the Fat Pack-exclusive Red, White & Blue Prizms to Target’s Raising the Flag insert to Walmart’s Blowing Smoke, there’s clearly a lot for retail-minded collectors to like about 2016 Prizm NASCAR Racing.
Enjoy the quick glimpse and stay tuned to The Knight’s Lance for continued coverage of 2016 Prizm NASCAR Racing.
8 Replies to “Red, White and Retail: Panini America Eyes 2016 Prizm NASCAR Retail Exclusives”
Will Panini be placing the NASCAR Retail Prizm in the Walmarts and Targets, or will it be done by a different company. The reason I ask this is, the person at the Walmart here in Ashtabula, Ohio 44004 has said she will never get NASCAR in any more. I will have to travel 60 miles to get to a Target or Walmart that will carry the Retail version.
Prizm NASCAR will distributed to Walmart and Target stores by our respective retail trading card distributors in charge of those channels.
NASCAR fans, your wait is nearly over. 2016 Panini NASCAR Prizm delivers everything we hoped for. Wednesday will be fun.
The red white & blue parallel is one of the most highly sought after in Prizm, typically a tougher get than even some of the lower serial numbered variations as retail is typically broken less than hobby overall and/or has a harder time making it’s way online. Given the added patriotic nature of the sport, these will be ones to watch from this release for sure. Thanks Tracy!
How much will the blasters be selling for? And also is there any Jeff Gordon in this.
Have yet to see a JG card in Prizm.
I see a lot of car shots here, thank you!