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Upper Deck Power Up! Football Cards

Get ready to Power Up! for the 2004 NFL season with the latest football trading cards from Upper Deck.

Upper Deck Football Cards - Power Up!

The latest line of football cards from Upper Deck gives you a chance to collect your favorite stars and win some seriously cool football prizes. The cards are designed with oversized player features and include quirky facts and stats about each player - which make them fun to collect and trade. For example, did you know that New England Patriots' quarterback, Tom Brady, was drafted as a catcher by the Montreal Expos in 1995? Every card is worth a certain number of points, so as you collect different NFL players, keep note of each card's point value. Keep an eye out for the Rare, Ultra Rare, Super Rare and Mega Rare cards which have higher point totals.

Upper Deck Football Cards - Win Prizes

You can win prizes from Upper Deck throughout the NFL season by collecting cards and registering your 12-player team online at www.upperdeckkids.com. All you need to do is enter the codes and points from each card. By trading for or collecting the harder to find and more powerful cards, you can field a powerhouse football team. If you find a Power Up! Sticker card, your point totals could double and triple instantly. The more points you have, the better your chances are of winning. Weekly prizes include an autographed Peyton Manning helmet and an Xbox.

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    Upper Deck Football Cards - Thumbs Up or Thumbs Down?

    • Thumbs Up! They look cool and I love the prizes.
    • Thumbs down! They look stupid - especially the oversized features.

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