Chrome Buyback Education Page

Topps Chrome® Buyback Programs

Topps invites you to celebrate the best and most accomplished players in sports with the thrill of the chase. Whether it’s an MLB League MVP, a fighter who’s won the main event, or other athletes who have achieved glory in their sport. And the best part? These are all Topps Chrome.

Currently, Topps offers buyback programs for 2024 Chrome Baseball and 2024 Chrome UFC. Stay tuned for more programs to be announced in the future.

Current Buyback Programs

Chrome Buyback FAQs

  • What is the Topps Chrome Buyback program?
    • The Topps Chrome Buyback program encourages collectors to trade in select Chrome cards for store credit at participating Certified Topps Buyback Shops. These buyback cards will highlight winners of specific sports accolades, such as the AL and NL MVPs of MLB. Buyback programs are usually announced before the release of the Chrome product and will begin once the winners are determined.
  • How do I participate as a collector?
    • Prior to the winner being determined, chase the Chrome cards of the subject(s) who you think will win. Once the winner is announced, gather your eligible buyback cards and take them to your local participating hobby shop. Make sure that your cards are in good condition and meet the eligible card requirements. Upon trading your cards in, you will receive store credit!
  • How do I participate as a hobby shop?
    • If you operate a physical hobby shop and would like to participate, please reach out to for more information.
  • How do I determine the buyback value of my cards?
    • Base cards will receive $20 in buyback value. All non-numbered refractors will receive $40. Base parallel cards that are numbered greater than /100 will receive $100 in credit. All base parallel numbered cards less than /100 will fetch $200 in credit.
  • What will I receive in exchange for my buyback cards? What can I purchase?
    • In exchange for your buyback cards, you will receive store credit that you can use to purchase whatever you’d like. Note that each participating hobby shop maintains the flexibility to limit the number of cards they accept, but buyback card values remain the same across all shops.

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