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post Apr 11 2005, 08:45 AM
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I've tried to hold onto the ticket stub for everything I've been to in the last 15 years and have a really ecclectic mix - sports events, movies, plays, etc - and have a few photo albums full of them.

Didn't know that may people collected them until a recent google search and even found out that PSA is grading them smile.gif

I think the prize of my collection so far is from sept 19, 1998 Yankees vs. Orioles. My dad and I drove down to Baltimore from New Jersey to see the game .. which was fun .. but then while driving back the next day learned that Cal Ripken jr. sat out .. making the game we saw on the Saturday #2,632 and the last of the streak.

any value on this ? and does anyone else collect ticket stubs ?


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QUOTE(jrlenox @ Apr 11 2005, 09:45 AM)
I think the prize of my collection so far is from sept 19, 1998 Yankees vs. Orioles. My dad and I drove down to Baltimore from New Jersey to see the game .. which was fun .. but then while driving back the next day learned that Cal Ripken jr. sat out .. making the game we saw on the Saturday #2,632 and the last of the streak.

any value on this ? and does anyone else collect ticket stubs ?
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This web site may help you out or point you in the right direction. Notice that they mention tickets from Ripken's streak right in the opening paragraph. wink.gif

Personally, I'm very hit and miss on whether I actually keep the stubs from events I attended and many of those are rather worn from being shoved in the wallet or jeans pocket. laugh.gif

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I collect my receipts of my vacations. It reminds me of what I did when and where.

I have a few random ticket stubs, but nothing of historical significance - except maybe Reggie Miller's last game at MSG.

I have one full ticket of note: 1977 World Series Game 6. My dad gave it to me when I first started collecting back in 1992. The importance of this ticket is that this was the game where Reggie Jackson hit 3 homers. I saw that on TV. In 1993 I got it signed by Reggie Jackson and was authenticated by the representing sportscard company. They no longer exist. In March 2005, PSA/DNA was in town, so I had the ticket re-authenticated. I've seen full tickets (unsigned) on eBay go for about $76 a piece. But my ticket is the only item in my collection that I got for free, sans the autograph. But, that's okay. Hunting for that one autograph was fun. smile.gif

While I reload my firepower to go against the big boys who bid on 19th century items, I will start building another collection around this ticket, with the theme being Reggie Jackson in The 1977 World Series. This will be a little easier to compile. One collection for the passion and art, the other for childhood nostalgia. cool.gif



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I will start building another collection around this ticket, with the theme being Reggie Jackson in The 1977 World Series. This will be a little easier to compile. One collection for the passion and art, the other for childhood nostalgia. cool.gif


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wow .. great ticket .. watching Reggie hit the three homers in the 77 world series was one of my first baseball-related memories. I was 5 and he was my first favorite player.

At one time I had a scrapbook with some headlines & some yankee programs from around the time. I also had a book on Reggie that came out a few years later when you flipped the pages real fast there you saw a little animation of one of those home runs in the corner.

I also tried saving a "reggie bar" .. but it melted in the pack in my sock drawer and my mom threw it away.

... yep .. lots of memories based on that event .. and I guess that's why people are saving the ticket stubs or seeking them from the event.


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I also tried saving a "reggie bar" .. but it melted in the pack in my sock drawer and my mom threw it away.
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I remember those! Really much too sweet. And it was more of a Reggie 'glop' than a Reggie bar. tongue.gif



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I collect stubs but I have no idea how you find out a value. I mainly have hockey stubs. I have seen people buying and selling baseball ticket stubs. I think it is like old toys, you remember playing with them (ticket stubs - going to the game), and seeing it in your collection reminds you of the fun you had (or the event you witnessed like a shutout, 1 hit game, etc.). I think they are more collectable because of what Bob said below, everyone sticks them in there wallet and by the end of the week, they throw them out, which makes them more collectible to own.


QUOTE(jrlenox @ Apr 11 2005, 08:45 AM)
I've tried to hold onto the ticket stub for everything I've been to in the last 15 years and have a really ecclectic mix - sports events, movies, plays, etc - and have a few photo albums full of them.

Didn't know that may people collected them until a recent google search and even found out that PSA is grading them smile.gif

I think the prize of my collection so far is from sept 19, 1998 Yankees vs. Orioles. My dad and I drove down to Baltimore from New Jersey to see the game .. which was fun .. but then while driving back the next day learned that Cal Ripken jr. sat out .. making the game we saw on the Saturday #2,632 and the last of the streak.

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post Apr 14 2005, 05:28 PM
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Here are 2 additional resources for you to look at:

TicketStubCollector.com provides articles and links to other sites.

ChicagoTix.com looks to be one of the leading dealers.

From the ChicagoTix.com site, it looks like some of the tickets mentioned here would be worth a minimum of $15 and probably more.

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Ticket stubs are a neat thing to collect because they each have their own unique story behind them. Like you said above the game Cal sat out. Nice collection smile.gif

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Kept every stub from every game I've been to for at least 10 years.

Never thought of trading them tho, to me they just have value as a keepsake.
The great thing about them is they are a 1/1 of sorts. No one else had that seat for that game. cool.gif

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Just wanted to mention that this site is the recommended hobby site in the "Surfing Safari" portion of the June 2005 issue of Tuff Stuff. Sounds like it would be a good place to look around for more information on ticket-stub collecting.

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I have one full ticket of note: 1977 World Series Game 6. My dad gave it to me when I first started collecting back in 1992. The importance of this ticket is that this was the game where Reggie Jackson hit 3 homers. I saw that on TV. In 1993 I got it signed by Reggie Jackson and was authenticated by the representing sportscard company. They no longer exist. In March 2005, PSA/DNA was in town, so I had the ticket re-authenticated. I've seen full tickets (unsigned) on eBay go for about $76 a piece. But my ticket is the only item in my collection that I got for free, sans the autograph. But, that's okay. Hunting for that one autograph was fun.  smile.gif

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Cool Ticket!

Hard to beleive that you could get into the World Series for $10.00?!?! My how things have changed!

Thanks for sharing.



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Cool Ticket!

Hard to beleive that you could get into the World Series for $10.00?!?!  My how things have changed!

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It was actually for free. Some poor soul that dropped it in the elevator didn't get to see the game.



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QUOTE(northicehero99 @ May 23 2005, 01:21 PM)
Hard to beleive that you could get into the World Series for $10.00?!?!  My how things have changed!
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Pretty amazing. That even includes the $0.75 tax.

By the way, I made sure that we kept the 2 ticket stubs from yesterday's Pirates game - my youngest son's first game. It's nice that they don't tear the tickets anymore.

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I keep every ticket stub from baseball games I attend. I stick them in my binder of autographed cards. The rest of my tickets for movies and stuff go into a drawer for a little bit. Now that I am in a good relationship we have started doing a memory/scrap book of things we do. (never done anything like this before) He is into baseball just as much as I am. (Thats where I met him). I think saving tickey stubs is a good way to keep memories going.

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I have and these are the only ones I have saved over the years..

Every ticket stub and scorecard of every Home run hit by Mark Mcgwire in 1998 starting with #62. I was there that night and a few other times at Busch during his run to 70.

I paid huge money for unused stubs and scorecards from Milwaukee series where Mcgwire was robbed up 66 by the umps.

I have them all framed and matted and stored away since 1999.


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I try to keep receipts from places I go to on vacation. It has the date and time stamped and most of the time a record of a service provided or what was bought. It would give my memory a point reference - what were we doing before that? After that? And so forth. smile.gif



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I have several ticket stubs of concerts I've been to. Most of them autographed. My favorite is Kiss at the Arco Arena in Sacramento, Cal. What makes that special is I caught not one but 2 guitar picks. One from Gene Simmons and other Paul Stanley! My all time favorite was my stub from the 79' world series both of my teams played.

Bob should know this one, The Pittsburgh Pirates and Baltimore Orioles. I saw game 3. Bad thing it was in baltimore and I was wearing my pirates jersey and hat! Unfortunately hurricane Ivan flooded my mothers basement so it was lost!


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QUOTE(Bondsaway @ Oct 29 2005, 07:42 PM)
Bob should know this one, The Pittsburgh Pirates and Baltimore Orioles. I saw game 3. Bad thing it was in baltimore and I was wearing my pirates jersey and hat! Unfortunately hurricane Ivan flooded my mothers basement so it was lost!
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