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What You'll Get
Like ancient gods, sports stars are revered by the masses, boast remarkable physical prowess, and sign their names with rods of lightning. Electrify your memorabilia collection with today's Groupon: for $149, you get an autographed David Freese 2011 World Series baseball (a $299 value), plus shipping to 48 contiguous states (a $9.95 value) from Powers Collectibles (a $308.95 total value).
Powers Collectibles preserves sports’ greatest moments through a nostalgia-packed lineup of authenticated memorabilia. Celebrate the St. Louis Cardinals' momentous MLB championship and the most prestigious way to break your neighbor's window with an authentic 2011 World Series baseball, signed by David Freese and verified by an official MLB authenticator. A hologram number—identifiable at MLB.com–offers additional proof of contact with the same hand that lent five home runs and countless third base stops to the Cardinals' storied postseason run. Apply the inclusive shipping cost of today's deal to send this piece to any home, place of business, or lonely baseball glove within the contiguous United States.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 7, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. Limit 2 per visit. Online only. Shipping included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Powers Sports Memorabilia
Powers Sports Memorabilia beefs up memorabilia collections with authenticated, high-quality merchandise autographed by some of the world's biggest celebrities and sports stars. Owner and industry veteran Matt Powers launched the web-based company with two goals in mind: to conveniently provide authentic mementos via the Internet, and to offer quality custom-framing options alongside collectibles. Today, Powers Sports Memorabilia stocks an expansive arsenal of signed souvenirs from sports stars, music icons, Hollywood stars, political personalities, and John Hancock impersonators. Lavish frames and display cases further glamorize autographed treasures, keeping them safe from wear, tear, and spitting camels.