PANINI COPA AMERICA 2016 CENTENARIO Sticker Album

Sergio Z

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I don't know about Brazil, but in Peru it's official: hardcover album is sold out :(
Hopefully they'll bring more from Brazil.
 

stickersCat

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20160613_200742.jpg 20160613_200759.jpg Like Panini Euro 2016 (Brazilian edition), Panini Copa America 2016 have in every packet a "Sticker" for to play with Virtual Album. Is nice if you collect all about this collection!!!
 

Turisas

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I see. I don't get the point why should I have codes for vote, but I feel sorry, because virtual album would have been more fun :)

Thanks for the info Sergio!
 

Helios

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Is the U.S. version album and box really black?
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paradogs77

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Sorry if that info already is shared,
but how many different versions of stickers (with visible differences) are there for this collection?

Made in Italy: Sold in he US
?Made in Brazil: Sold in brazil - with "made in brazil" on back

Then from what I read there is an argentinian version, does is say "made in italy" on the back? Or what is the visible difference?

And are there more variations?

I am looking for both Messi Stickers 325, 398 in all variations,
thanks for your help!
 

Sergio Z

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@paradogs77 There are 9 versions up to now, divided in three groups:

Brazilian packets:
Brazil and Chile (non shiny), with 3 sub-versions: "Contiene 5 figuritas", "Contiene 5 stickers" and "Contém 5 cromos"
Rest of South and Central America (shiny), with 2 sub-versions: "Contiene 5 figuritas" and "Contiene 5 stickers"

Argentinian packets:
Argentina (non shiny), with the phrase "Industria Argentina"

Italian packets:
Mexico and Italy (non shiny)
USA (non shiny), with and without codebar. Each one contains 7 stickers.

No Coca-Cola or any special packets like in Chile 2015.
Compared to other packet collections like WC 2014, this is an easy one to complete.

Note: Packets released in Brazil are made with a poor quality paper. I don't know if that counts as a variation as well.
 

paradogs77

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@Sergio Z
Thanks a lot for the list!
And how about the sticker itself?
How many different versions of stickers are there?

Sounds like 3
Made in Italy
Made in Brazil
Made in Argentina

Sometimes (like last World Cup collections) there are even stickers with borders in different colors (Swiss usually have these),
for this collection it seems like we have the same front on all and 3 different variations of the back.
Is that right?
Thanks for your help!
 

Sergio Z

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@paradogs77 Exactly, there are three different kind of stickers. Besides cut and paper quality, there are not so big differences between the three of them, except for the shinies. The ones from Argentina are golden foil, without glitter.

I'm not sure about the back of Italian ones, but maybe our friend @Caniggia can give you some info about it :)
Brazilian and Argentinian stickers are pretty much the same, as far as I know.

You're welcome!
 

Caniggia

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there is any difference between stickers except (as Sergio already wrote), the badges printed in Argentina and the quality of stickers in Brasil that is more poor than italian

italian back same color and code to take part at competition in partnership with Coca Cola (I'm buying Coca Cola in some countries to get that f... extra stickers of Euro 2016, in Italy there is nothing, so I really don't care about this "competition" :p)
 

Turisas

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Mexico and Italy (non shiny)
USA (non shiny), with and without codebar. Each one contains 7 stickers.
So does the Italian version contains 7 stickers? I am confused. Or I just misunderstood Sergio :)


Is the U.S. version album and box really black?
Album is actually dark blue. Much more darker than Euro 2016.I made a photo in daylight, to compare the two albums, so the difference will be visible. It is also U.S. version, also from Canada :) (Yeah, I know, it is bent, unfortunately postmen forced the big envelope into the mailbox... :( )
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Sergio Z

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@Turisas I wrote groups according to the country of procedence, then I wrote the place where the packets were released :p
The packets released in the U.S. contain 7 stickers each one. They're made in Italy, of course.
The ones released in Italy and Mexico contain 5 stickers. :)

Sorry for my non clear explanation. :p Maybe I'll upload some photos at night.
 

Sergio Z

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Here's a picture with the packets I have.
From left to right:
-South American version ("Contiene 5 figuritas")
-Brazil/Chile version ("Contiene 5 stickers")
-Brazil/Chile version ("Contém 5 cromos")
-Argentina version (Industria Argentina)
-North American version (with 7 stickers)

Note: I don't have the Italian packet yet, but it's similar to the Brazilian/Chilean one, except for the paper quality (it's better) and the text (no text at all).

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