5000 Hitz Contest!

Woo, so I’ve gone over 5000 hits.  Even the least-read active card-type blogger has finally gotten there.  Now then, I mentioned something about an uncirculated contest somewhere or something.  The time of contesting is upon us.

There are 5 cards up for grabs in total, and there are five big ways to win big in this here contest.  Or, um wait.  There will be five prizes, but only two ways to win them.

The rulez:

To win the big prize, I need a number between 1 and 57.  The correct number wins a 2003 topps Chrome uncirculated X-Fractor of Victor Martinez and Brandon Phillips.  The right number will get it, and everyone else that makes a guess will be random.org’d for a shot at love four different uncirculated football cards.

The name at the top of the list will get to choose first, from a 2003 Finest T.O. X-Fractor, 2003 Finest Amani Toomer X-Fractor, 2005-ish Chrome DeShaun Foster Red Refractor, and a 2000-something Pristine JJ Arrington.  Second place chooses from the three remaining, and so on.

One guess per person, you have until the end of the weekend to enter.  Good luck.

Here’s a look at what you’ll be playing for:

Uncirculated Cards

You may commence the guessing…


28 thoughts on “5000 Hitz Contest!

  1. Mark says:

    I’ll choose 43. A nice prime number for a nice prime blog.

  2. Bud Bareither says:


  3. wickedortega says:


  4. Shane says:


  5. Congrats on your 5,000 Hit! There is no way to go but up! I will select 18 because today is my son’s 18th birthday and I am oh so proud! Keep on blogging!

  6. ig4mer says:

    Oooo shiny!! I’ll pick 31 .


  7. Congrats on the milestone!

    50 please, thanks.

  8. 10 is the lucky number.

  9. Sean Langon says:

    I’ll take 57, for Johan and my favorite condiment.

  10. deal says:

    Congrats keep up the good work and 42.

  11. Shane Elkinton says:


  12. Drew says:

    46 please… Thanks!

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