Archive for Topps Town Codes

2009 Topps Ser. 2 Baseball 3 Pack break

Posted in Box / Pack Break with tags , , , , , , , , on June 20, 2009 by Cardboard Icons

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I said I was going to try this Topps Ser. 2 set after buying just two packs. But I decided to pick up three hobby packs at the card shop the other day. Here’s the break. I’m also working on a few trades, so I’ll post a want list soon enough.

Pack 1

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~Good Job, Topps!~ (2009 Topps Town)

Posted in Newspaperman with tags , , , , , , on February 13, 2009 by Cardboard Icons

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~ I want to express my gratitude to Topps for making sure its Topps Town promotion was up and running on time as announced. Last week I expressed my disappointment with Topps for not having the promotion active on the released date (Feb. 4). Instead, Topps had this banner pictured above telling users that the 2009 Topps Town codes would be active on Feb. 13.

Well today is Feb. 13 and I am having so much fun with Topps Town, I can hardly pry myself away from the computer.~

Ah, who am I kidding. If you haven’t tried to enter any codes into ToppsTown.com today, don’t bother. The damn thing is still not working. Continue reading

A quick look at Topps Town (2009 Topps Baseball)

Posted in Newspaperman with tags , , , , , , , , on February 6, 2009 by Cardboard Icons

2009toppstowndaisukematsuzakaOK, let me say first that it’s pretty obvious that ToppsTown.com is a card and game Web site geared toward kids. I figured as such when I started pulling these coded cards from packs of 2009 Topps baseball this week, but I was curious what I might be missing out on.

The Topps Town stuff existed last year, but honestly I chucked every single card I pulled because they looked like they were just filler. This year, the cards feature actual players, so there is some collectible factor to them. They are seeded one per pack and each card features a special code on the back redeemable for nonsense on the Web site. Continue reading