Panini Dishes Details About Exclusive Card Set at NFL Experience

The Phoenix Convention Center will open its doors Jan. 24 to kick off Super Bowl XLIX festivities with the fabled NFL Experience, annually one of the Super Bowl’s biggest marquee attractions. If you’ve never experienced the Experience, well, it’s epic — and perhaps best summarized by this blurb on the event’s website:

“The NFL Experience Engineered by GMC is the most exciting continuous event surrounding Super Bowl XLIX – pro football’s interactive theme park offering participatory games, displays, entertainment attractions, youth football clinics and free autograph sessions from current and former NFL players.”

panini-america-super-bowl-xlix-nfl-experience-highlights-1 Once again this year during the show’s eight-day run, Panini America has big plans for the NFL Experience, including three special card sets — one devoted to the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks, one devoted to 16 of the greatest moments in Super Bowl history and one devoted to the hometown Arizona Cardinals. In addition, Panini America has created commemorative Super Bowl patch cards that will be available at the booth early next week.

Of course, if you’re attending the NFL Experience this year, all you want to know is how to get your hands on these cards.

Purchase the Panini America Super Bowl XLIX set at the NFL Shop at Super Bowl inside the NFL Experience and bring your receipt to the Panini America booth. In exchange, this weekend you’ll receive the nine-card Arizona Cardinals set. Beginning next week, bring your receipt to the Panini America booth and you’ll receive one of the commemorative patch cards.

The Super Bowl Highlights cards will be given away free at the Panini America booth each day (while supplies last) according to the following schedule:

Saturday, January 24: Kurt Warner and Malcolm Smith
Sunday, January 25: Joe Flacco and Eli Manning
Monday, January 26: Peyton Manning and Drew Brees
Tuesday, January 27: Santonio Holmes
Wednesday, January 28: Emmitt Smith
Thursday, January 29: John Elway and Jerry Rice
Friday, January 30: Troy Aikman and Aaron Rodgers
Saturday, January 31: Kurt Warner and Tom Brady
Saturday, January 31-Sunday, February 1: Russell Wilson and Tom Brady.

For more information, including a gallery, CLICK HERE.

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