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Old 11-05-2022, 05:54 PM
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Default How do you store your full ticket and stubs?

I've been collecting tickets for years, but probably only with more emphasis during the past 5 years. I have predominantly been using the 3X7 BCW Toploaders to store most of my full tickets and some of the larger stubs, but have not used sleeves of any kind (mainly because I can't find ticket sleeves). For smaller stubs I will use 3X4 Toploaders and depending on my mood, I may put them in sleeves.

I was wondering how some of the net54 ticket experts here happen to store their tickets. For those that have collected a long time and seen many styles of tickets with fancy printing and paper, please comment if there is an advantage to using sleeves (e.g., due to worries about any sticking of the ticket to the hard plastic), even if one must cut them to size themselves.

I wonder if we'll have a consensus!!

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Old 11-05-2022, 07:07 PM
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Usually just toploaders for me.
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Old 11-05-2022, 08:51 PM
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Top loaders for stubs and Mylar Bill holders for fulls.
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Old 11-05-2022, 09:13 PM
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I use card savers
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Hi Jethro,
Toploaders are my preferred choice.
My collection of no-hitter tickets and tickets to no-hitter games lost in the 9th inning are stored in chronological order in 3-pocket pages in albums.

Some of my collection is on display in custom screwdowns that an older gentleman made for me in the early 1990's when I lived in So Cal.
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My thanks to all that posted in this thread! Seems like 3 out of 4 prefer the hard top loaders (at least for stubs) or card savers, but no one uses sleeves. Nice display Scott!
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Hi Jethro,
Toploaders are my preferred choice.
My collection of no-hitter tickets and tickets to no-hitter games lost in the 9th inning are stored in chronological order in 3-pocket pages in albums.

Some of my collection is on display in custom screwdowns that an older gentleman made for me in the early 1990's when I lived in So Cal.
Scott, seeing your ticket display always makes me smile. So cool!
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Scott, seeing your ticket display always makes me smile. So cool!
Thanks Mike! It was fun creating this display 22 years ago.
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