Last year for Valentine's Day, I got two packs of 2012 Bowman Sterling. I received this in one of the packs.
I was über excited! I have never gotten a redemption card before. I quickly went to the Topps online redemption website and put my code in. I kept checking it every couple of months, and initially, my card was in my account, waiting to be sent to me. However, when I last checked before Christmas, it was gone from my account! I contacted Topps on their Twitter page; they seem to do an excellent job of interacting with fans. However, not with me. I finally found an email address for Topps support, so I emailed them. I quickly got the generic response, "We're happy to get your message. We'll get back to you shortly." I never heard from them, until a couple of nights ago when I got home from work and a package from Topps was waiting for me. Inside was this:
I'm excited to FINALLY get this, but disappointed on how long it took. I really don't want to get a redemption card from Topps if I have to go to all this trouble to get it. I have read that others have had quick success with Topps, and others have not.
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I have collected baseball cards and autographs over the years. I still have boxes full of cards (as well as newer cards) that are just sitting there. So, I have decided to see how many of them I can get autographed. I use through the mail as my preferred route for this adventure. I also have an account on Zistle for trading purposes (stevienicks77).
I am currently in graduate school, so it may take me until the weekend to respond to trade requests! I can't get done with school soon enough!