SoccerStarz unveils super rare bases

Published on: 10th October 2013

Creative has added orange and bronze bases in its new 2014 blind bags with just 0.3% available, making them the rarest bases in the SoccerStarz collection.bronzeorange300

The first three collectors to find one of the super rare bases will also get a copy of Fifa 14 or Pro Evolution Soccer 2014.

Mark Stinchcombe, head of toys at Creative, said: “The new bases are sure to get the collectors and fans excited. With just three in 1,000 being orange or bronze, these will be the rarest bases we have ever made. It supersedes our current rarest base, the black base.”

With new teams like Everton, West Ham United and Paris St. Germain being released alongside these new bases, the 2014 Bling Bag will be released throughout October and November in major UK retailers.

Competition time
SoccerStarz is also giving all football enthusiasts the chance to win prizes for guessing correct Premier League scores.

The top prize for guessing nine or more correct scores is a Sony Playstation 4, plus tickets to the game of your choice. However, there are plenty of other prizes on offer. Even if players get just two correct scores, they will win five SoccerStarz.

Guess the Scores launched on October 4th and is for the UK and Ireland only. However, it will be launched in other parts of the world at a later date.

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