2020 National Sports Collectors Convention Tickets Go on Sale

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At the end of July, a large chunk of the sports collectibles community with converge in Atlantic City for the 2020 National Sports Collectors Convention. And tickets for the 41st annual show are now on sale.

As always, there are a variety of options. Picking the best one depends largely on how long you’re planning to attend and whether you’re going after autographs from guest.

2020 National Sports Collectors Convention Ticket Options

General Admission

These are single-day tickets. They get you in door and are available for any day from the Wednesday Sneak Peak all the way through to Sunday. If you’re going for multiple days, you’ll need multiple tickets.

Prices:

  • Online: $19/day
  • At the door: $22/day

Kids 12 and under are free for the duration of the show.

VIP

If you’re planning to attend the for more than a couple of days, you may want to look at a VIP package. For starters, these include admission for all five days. On top of that are several added perks including a goodie bag with exclusive cards and offers. There’s also a dozen VIP autographs, early entry, access to the VIP lounge where you can relax and take a break, and more.

Prices:

  • Online: $139
  • At the door: $149

SUPERVIP

SUPERVIP is an upgrade on the regular VIP package. Instead of 12 autographs from VIP signers, you get 18. SUPERVIPs get two gift bags instead of one. But perhaps the biggest difference is the parking pass, which is valid at the WAVE Parking Garage for the duration of the show.

The cost of the SUPERVIP package may be more, but the parking perk more than makes up the difference if you’re staying multiple days. It costs $15 per day to park at the convention center.

Prices:

  • Online: $199
  • At the door: $219

If you’re planning to get either of the VIP packages, it’s best to buy them as soon as possible as there are a limited number available.

The 2020 National Sports Collectors Convention runs July 29 to August 2 at the Atlantic City Convention Center.

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Ryan Cracknell

A collector for much of his life, Ryan focuses primarily on building sets, Montreal Expos and interesting cards. He's also got one of the most comprehensive collections of John Jaha cards in existence (not that there are a lot of them). Got a question, story idea or want to get in touch? You can reach him by email and through Twitter @tradercracks.

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