Saturday, January 31, 2015

Wallet Card Post #4: The NFL Experience

I got a free adult ticket to the NFL Experience from my LCS (Thank you AZ Sports Cards and Panini!) so I took my two oldest boys and we went yesterday.

It was supposed to open at 3 pm, but we got in a little before that. We didn't leave until 9:30 pm, so it was a long day, but we had a lot of fun and my Wallet Card tagged along.

The first thing we did was get a hand off from AZ Cardinals QB Drew Stanton and run an through an obstacle course. Here is Drew posing with my boys.

Lots of Patriots and Seahawks stuff there! I personally hope it ends in a 0-0 tie. 

Topps and Panini each had a both and sponsored the autograph stage.

Topps had a thing where you could put on a jersey and they would take a picture and make a card for you. Not an actual card, but you get the idea. 

We only got two autographs. Here is AZ Cardinals Wide Receiver John Brown signing a card for us. I pulled out my Wallet Card to snap a quick picture. The woman to John's right asked if I wanted him to sign the card and I just told her that it was for something else. Brown was nice though.

This is Denver Broncos cornerback Chris Harris Jr. You could tell he did want to be there. 

The last thing we did before leaving was take a quick picture with the Lombardi Trophy. The Wallet Card joined us. We waited in line for about 30 minutes or so. The ushers said that it had been up to a 3 hour wait earlier in the day.

We had a great time, but were all exhausted after 7 hours!


  1. Wow! Lombardi trophy pic is awesome!!

  2. "Lots of Patriots and Seahawks stuff there! I personally hope it ends in a 0-0 tie."

    You are now officially my favorite blog.

  3. pretty cool event to take your kids to...and of course the wallet card