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.

Wednesday, December 24, 2008

2008 Topps Letterman Football NPN Offer

NPN 2008 Topps Letterman Football
P.O. Box 765
Pittston, PA 18640


Must be postmarked by January 21, 2009, limit one entry.

1 comment:

Kevin said...

Thanks for posting the NPN info. As a Canadian, could you also post the Canadian skill testing question?

Thanks and Happy New Years!