What is Hit Parade?
Hit Parade packs are exclusive to DACardworld.com and have been assembled from previously released products.
Hit Parade trading card packs feature just the “hits” from sets and products currently in circulation. All cards used in Hit Parade packs were originally created by trading card manufacturers, including Topps, Upper Deck, Panini, Leaf, Press Pass and In The Game.
Hit Parade comic book packs are assembled by Dave & Adam’s highly knowledgeable comic book department. All books have been previously issued and come from our vast collection of new and vintage comics.
Jerseys and Memorabilia
Hit Parade jersey and memorabilia products are put together by our experienced sports collectibles staff. All items in these products are certified and authentic pieces of memorabilia that have been acquired by Dave & Adam’s. All autographs come with a certificate of authenticity.
What condition are the items in Hit Parade packs?
All items are in mint to near mint condition unless otherwise noted in the product description.
What is Tremendous Ten?
The Tremendous Ten redemption program is a unique feature of our Hit Parade products. Inside select Hit Parade products you can find randomly inserted Tremendous Ten redemption cards. These cards contain a code that you submit to be entered into a drawing to win one of ten prizes. Codes can be submitted by emailing email@example.com or calling our customer service. Anyone who redeems a Tremendous Ten code will receive a prize.
Each Hit Parade release has its own set of Tremendous Ten prizes up for grabs. Prizes can be single trading cards, boxes of trading cards, sealed cases, sports memorabilia or DACardworld.com gift certificates. Prizes are awarded randomly via a live drawing done online by DACW Live. Drawings for prizes are held once the product sells out. Drawing videos are then archived on our YouTube channel.
How many Hit Parade packs are produced?
Every Hit Parade release has a limited production run. Check the product description for the exact number of packs produced.