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post Nov 18 2005, 10:22 AM
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I started a group a while back for stubs. It has a number of links as well...not just sports though. anyway, it's at:

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post Nov 18 2005, 11:08 AM
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I save my tix from everything. Down the road it'll be neat to look back on. I've been to a few milestone games, Joe Carter's whatever-thousandth hit (think it was 2000), Don Shula's ?? win as a coach (I can't remember any numbers, but the Don Shula game was neat because a few years back I went to the Football HOF in Ohio and they had a display for him with pics and stuff from the game, pretty cool). When stuff happens I should write it on the ticket. I always write the names of opening acts on my concert tix.

My dad saved all his old tix from the late 60's through today and they're so cool to go through. Can't beat seeing Yes for under $5. biggrin.gif



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post Nov 18 2005, 11:21 AM
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i would never write on my stubs. Thats like writing on a mantle rookie. I keep all my stubs inside the jew cases of my cd's. Such as my kiss ticket with both picks are in the cd for alive 3.
I have one for night ranger (drummer kerry keagey) signed it after the show, one from Frehleys comet(Ace frehley kiss) his guitarist signed it. he gave me and my friend a tour of their bus and drank a beer with us and shot the breeze after concert.
The club is called the cadillac club in central cali, real small place. All the bands just hang out afterwards unless they had to leave right after.
My best one is from the band KIX went to a promotion party for them at a bar in maryland. They all signed my cd.
My time in the military I met alot of famous people!


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post Nov 18 2005, 11:40 AM
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QUOTE(Bondsaway @ Nov 18 2005, 11:21 AM)
i would never write on my stubs. Thats like writing on a mantle rookie.
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I write on the backs.

I have my first concert stub in a screwdown (Aerosmith in 1993). The rest are just in a pile.



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post Nov 18 2005, 11:55 AM
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Instead of writing on them maybe do it on a piece of paper. This way the stub stays in a prestine state. Writing on any collectable devalues them. But some people also do it for the keepsake and not the resaleability. Anyway whatever works for you! Maybe think about putting your stubs in a srap book!


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post Nov 18 2005, 12:06 PM
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QUOTE(Bondsaway @ Nov 18 2005, 11:55 AM)
Instead of writing on them maybe do it on a piece of paper. This way the stub stays in a prestine state. Writing on any collectable devalues them. But some people also do it for the keepsake and not the resaleability. Anyway whatever works for you! Maybe think about putting your stubs in a srap book!
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I'm not concerned about the value, I know I'll never sell them. I've considered putting them in some kind of book, but I don't want to glue or paste them in. I'd like to put them in essentially baseball card pages (so I can easily view the backs for the openers), but some are torn in half and others are complete, different sizes, etc. I might be OK with the 6-pocket pages made for the longer cards.

Now I have a new project. smile.gif



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post Nov 18 2005, 12:20 PM
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I was about to suggest that. Plus gives you easy way to view them without touching them all the time!


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QUOTE(Bondsaway @ Oct 29 2005, 09:02 PM)
Well this might be good for another thread.
Depends on your your company.
If your collection is worth serious money most companies want proof such as pictures or might even have to let them be appraised if they are $$$.
If you do have insurance and want some money back for them you better have great documentation! Remember this isn't like a car! So make sure you talk extensive with your insurance person about them to see their policies on valuables!
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I have 3 signed tickets from Robin Yount's 3,000 hit game and 7 unsigned. I also have 10 unsigned unused from Paul Molitor's 3,000 hit game. I have a ticket stub that may be valuable, its from the Packers last game last year, and of course if Brett Favre retires, I will have the ticket from his last game ever and I will have had the joy of attending it.


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We saved the ticket stubs from our first date which was the M's 116th record tying win in 2001. We also saved the stubs from Felix Hernandez's first major league win and then took them to have signed.


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Any games I happen to go to I always keep the ticket. So far I have 20 baseball game tickets and four or five tickets from hockey games.

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I get my tickets autographed at the game by usually the coach of the team or just one of their I'm not going to say bad but not so good players I usually get my stuff signed on floorboards.8 by 10's.cards.balls.etc.


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I save my stubs. I have a ton of UT basketball ones. Also have UT football and baseball.



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Yes I do too. I don't think I have anything worth while tho. I've got A's and raiders stubs from '76 I think. Stanford stubs. Angels, Mariners and Giants. Raiders in LA also. Minor league baseball (many) Hey maybe the California Golden Seals NHL tickets are worth something since they're long gone, or the big time wrestling stubs with Andre the Giant at the Cow palace, Huh? tongue.gif


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I also have saved all my stubs from both sporting events and concerts... ah, memories... smile.gif


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I hang on to ticket stubs, too. I have them for movies as far back as Congo in 1995 to a Blue Jays-Orioles game stub from 1991 on 1992.


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It's all about the memories. Who cares about the value of them. You went to something and you kept the ticket just for the dollar value that would be placed next to it? I'd rather keep it to look back on all the good times..

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This just jogged my memory - I can't remember where I saw it, but some company has put out a binder specifically for holding ticket stubs. Man, I just saw it recently, where was it!!??!?!?!?



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hmmm i have a few

i keep the ones to the wrestling events i got to!


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