Discover ways to full World Cup sticker album without cost

Discover ways to full World Cup sticker album without cost

Traditional printed version began to be sold in Brazil and costs at least 536 reais to be completed without repetitions

The World Cup sticker album, which has been successful on social networks, is now on sale in Brazil. Which is maybe few know is that there is also a free version for collectors who are more technological – or who simply don’t want to pay hundreds of reais for the complete collection.

At printed version, each pack of the album costs around 4 reais and comes with five stickers. This means that, to finish the collection with 670 units (already including the famous and rare “special” images of Coca-Cola, sponsor of the event), the fans will spend at least 536 reais. And that, without any repetition.

already the online option, also developed by Panini, depends only on internet access. On the other hand, the digital album has certain restrictions and may require patience from collectors to complete all the stickers. This is because users are entitled to two free “packages”, with five virtual stickers each, per day.

To make the whole process easier (and even reduce the time to complete the collection), there is the possibility of exchanging repeated images: this can be done through online groups, created by the friends themselves, or randomly with other internet participants. To do this, simply select which players should be exchanged.

Source: Exam

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