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Pro Tour Trading Cards

Update: We have sold out of both the complete decks and the nine card packs. All the cards are out there, go get yours! Here is the breakdown of what we created for this inaugural year.

  • 100 complete decks which contain all 61 of the common cards
  • 250 of each common card (49 men and 12 women that had enough points to qualify for the Tour Championship)
  • 40 of each Venue card (there are 5 different Venue cards)
  • 15 of each Champion card (there are 4 different Champion cards)

The Pro Tour Trading Cards begin shipping today! In addition to the limited offerings of our inaugural year merchandise, you can also now order a pack of Pro Tour Trading Cards. Order online today.

Trading Card Decks

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The inaugural Pro Tour Trading Cards. Every pack includes all 61 common cards, including all 49 men and all 12 women that qualified for the Tour Championship.

You are guaranteed to get the complete set of 61 player cards.

Venue Cards and Champions Cards are NOT in this deck. There are five Venue cards and four Champions cards which are only available in the Trading Card Packs.

Get a set and celebrate the inaugural Pro Tour season. Order online today.

Trading Card Packs

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The inaugural Pro Tour Trading Cards. Every pack includes nine trading cards, including at least one top 12 player card, and at least one women’s player card.

These nine packs are the only way to get the four Champions Cards and the five Venue Cards. One in five packs has a Venue Card. One in 20 packs has a Champions Card. The cards pictured are NOT guaranteed to be in your pack. They are samples of the 70 total cards in the complete set.

Champions Cards celebrate the Tour and Points victories of Ricky Wysocki, Paul McBeth, Sarah Hokom and Catrina Allen.

Venue Cards highlight the five amazing venues on the inaugural Pro Tour: Vibram Open, Legacy Discs’ Silver Cup, The Majestic, and Discraft’s Ledgestone Open and Green Mountain Championships.

There are 70 cards total: 61 player cards (49 men’s cards & 12 women’s cards), 4 Champions Cards and 5 Venue Cards.

Get a set and celebrate the inaugural Pro Tour season. Order online today.

8 Comments

  • Joe C

    November 28, 2016 at 10:48 am

    $50 for 61 cards…or 9 random cards for $14….What a ripoff.

    • November 28, 2016 at 9:03 pm

      Hi Joe, thank you for taking the time to review the post. The packs are actually $8.95 for 9 cards, although you may be including shipping. In which case, the decks (61 cards) should actually be $53.50.

  • Sandy

    November 28, 2016 at 11:08 am

    How can I get trading cards? Everything says sold out.

    • November 28, 2016 at 9:04 pm

      Marshall Street, Infinite Discs and Sun King bought some decks and packs. I expect they still have some available.

  • Ed

    November 28, 2016 at 1:41 pm

    Will more decks or packs be stocked for this inaugural season?

  • November 28, 2016 at 9:04 pm

    We did sell out and will not be making another run. Marshall Street, Infinite Discs and Sun King bought some decks and packs. I expect they still have some available.

  • Aaron

    December 9, 2016 at 12:50 pm

    For a first shot at playing cards they aren’t bad, I’m actually quite pleased with them. I’ve been happy with the way the DGPT design and style has evolved since day one, and I hope that Season 2 of the cards will be of a higher quality and improved design. I’d love to see a bit more old school baseball card flair, and some kind of border so the logo’s in the upper left don’t get lost.

  • Craig

    December 9, 2016 at 5:41 pm

    How could you leave out a true champion like JohnE McCray??? That is just the ultimate snub toward a great champion. John competes day in and day out against many of these younger players and plays both Open and Masters divisions. I wouldn’t waste my money on you folks if you’re going to continue to snub someone of John E’s caliber. I been playing this game since 1986 and seen a lot of great players come and go but we have a true “Iron Man, Cal Ripken Jr” type champion in John E. Shame shame to you folks.!!!!!

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