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About Us

Established in 2012, Breakaway Sports Cards is a proud Canadian and family operated company operating out of Hamilton, Ontario.

We have always been passionate about sports and have been collecting hockey, baseball and football cards our whole lives. We know what its like to be a collector. The card industry has evolved over the past 25 years and has seen a renaissance in the past decade. With companies like Upper Deck, Panini and Topps offering more exciting products every year, we see a bright future for sports card collectors everywhere.

We began selling sports cards through eBay, where we realized the potential of an online business and the possibilities of reaching fellow collectors from across North America and beyond. We were so excited by the demand that we opened a retail location and launched, a fully functional e-commerce website to serve our current and future customers more efficiently and effectively.

At Breakaway Sports Cards, we have always been passionate about collecting and trading cards. We pride ourselves on having a wide selection of sports and gaming cards and we back it up with a top shelf support staff to make your purchase as quick and convenient as possible.

Besides just having an expansive assortment of trading cards, we also specialize in group breaks which have been increasing in popularity over the past few years. Through our website and the integration of Breakers.TV, we place a major emphasis on bringing collectors together from all over the world. Our goal is to create a community of collectors like no other.

Why Shop With Us?

  • We are official Upper Deck Diamond Dealers & Authorized Internet Retailers
  • We are reliable, trust-worthy and put a major emphasis on customer service
  • We have a tremendous selection of the best sports and gaming cards available
  • We do fun and exciting group breaks 7 nights a week!
  • We have amazing monthly giveaways & prizes awarded during group breaks!
  • We give back to our community through several charitable causes
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