What is a NPN?

NPN stands for no-purchase-necessary. In order to not be considered a lottery, card companies hold NPN offers.

To send in a NPN you will need a 3x5" index or note card, a stamp, and a #10 envelope. #10 envelopes are the standard business size envelopes, and you will see #10 on the package. Put your name and address on the index card and mail it to the address by the cutoff date.

If the posting does not mention a SASE envelope, assume it is not needed. If I know that one requires an SASE envelope, I will make sure to mention it.

Your card will be entered into a drawing which will give you the same odds of receiving an insert as you would have if you purchased a pack.

The information on this site is unofficial. I gather addresses and information from websites and off the back of packs of cards. I do not represent any card companies.

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

2007 Bowman's Best Baseball NPN Offer

NPN 2007 Bowman's Best Baseball
P.O. Box 2220
Duryea, PA 18642


This one was submitted to me by email. I DON'T KNOW if it is still current. No info on limit, but I'm guessing one. Thanks Mike for the info!

3/20/08 If you notice the comments, Chris has informed us that this is NOT CURRENT, so its probably best not to waste a stamp on this one. Thanks for the contributions!

4 comments:

Chris said...

Sorry to burst your bubble, but the only address I've seen for 2007Bowman's Best was:

NPN 2007 Bowman's Best Baseball
P.O. Box 2008
Duryea, PA 18642

But that had a postmark deadline of Feb. 13.

NPN King said...

Thanks for the contribution Chris!

chris said...

The only reason I remembered it was I started sending NPNs on Feb. 12 and I noticed the Bowman's Best address on Feb. 14.

I'm keeping a record of my NPN successes on my own blog at http://npncards.blogspot.com. Nothing yet, but it's only been five weeks.

I've sent (and registered for) about 40 NPNs so far...good luck and wish me luck.

I check out your site, npnsportscards.com and other sites each day and use ones from boxes I buy. So, if I see any new addresses you don't have, I'll send them your way.

NPN King said...

That can be frustrating. When I started sending, it was at least three or four months and 40+ entries before actually receiving one. My son on the other hand, started getting them within a couple months. I still go through dry spells, but on the other hand, there are periods where I receive more cards than I sent for! I don't know if they have excessive amounts of some products held for NPN's or why, but sometimes I will get multiple mailers that contain NPN's from the same line. Keep it up and I'm sure your luck will change soon.