Retail Therapy: 2020 Score Value Pack

This is our second try of a 2020 Score Football product. We opened a Blaster Box as some Retail Therapy during the week leading up to the season kicking off. It’s a really fun rip and it’s a chance to actually get some 2020 NFL product.

The Score Value Pack contains 40 cards. The packs also give you the chance to find exclusive Red Parallel cards. If you can find one at one of your local retail options you can get the pack for $5.99. 

Here’s what we got in our pack:

Red Parallels:

Josh Jacobs In The Zone, John Hightower RC, Jared Goff, Harrison Smith.


Tua Tagovailoa, Raekwon Davis, Troy Jones Jr., Isaih Hodgins, Harrison Bryant, Darrynton Evans.


Josh Allen In The Zone, Ezekiel Elliott In The Zone, Aaron Donald Game Face, Christian McCaffrey Game Face, Christian McCaffrey Next Level, Aaron Rodgers Next Level, Travis Kelce Next Level, Chicago Bears Huddle Up, Buffalo Bills Huddle Up, Los Angeles Rams 3D (Aaron Donald, Cory Littleton, Jalen Ramsey), Chicago Bears 3D (Akiem Hicks, Khalil Mack, Roquan Smith).


Matt Judon, Jason McCourty, TY Hilton, Quinnen Williams, Joe Haden, Mohamed Sanu, Joe Ross III, Xavier Woods, Austin Ekeler, DeMarcus Lawrence, Darren Waller, Royce Freeman, Jason Peters, Dee Ford, James Bradberry, Aaron Donald, Grady Jarrett, Jordan Hicks, Anthony Barr.

Grade: B+

This year’s score is a fun open. As with our earlier Blaster Box, we pulled a Star Rookie and a ton of inserts. For the $5.99 price, it’s hard to go wrong. We really liked the Red Parallels in the Value Pack much better than the Gold Parallels that come in the blasters. The Red look especially good on the In The Zone Cards.

You’re not going to get a ton of monetary value out of this product but that doesn’t take away from the fun of opening it. If you can find this at your local retail store, it’s worth the pickup. If you can’t find it at your retail store, we’d recommend picking up a blaster box on eBay. You can now find them in the $20-25 range on eBay. With the scarcity of NFL products right now and the high prices of almost everything that comes out, this seems like a pretty decent option to open 2020 NFL cards.

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