Tickets to Paradise

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It can be argued that the first great sports collectible wasn’t the sports card. It was the sports ticket, another rectangular piece of paper that gained its holder entrance into the game to watch the star who appeared on the card that would become the second great sports collectible.

In its purest form, the ticket (or the surviving stub in many cases)  is a timeless, memory-inducing piece of memorabilia for any true sports fan — or rock concert-goer, for that matter.  The folks at That’s My Ticket know this, which is why they’ve long given the ticket its due with the proper amount of reverence.

The company produces a full line of ticket collectibles, from suitable shrines to honor your own unique game-day experiences to larger-than-life reproductions of classic game tickets. That’s My Ticket’s roster of offerings includes NFL team-logo ticket albums and ticket boxes, Historic Ticket Frames, Stadium Ticket Frames, Game Day Ticket Frames and the newest products — Mega Tickets and Mini-Mega Tickets depicting historic NFL and college football and basketball matchups.

“Tickets have always told a story and transported fans to an exact moment in sports history,” says That’s My Ticket Dean Macchi. “Now, our Mega Tickets and Mini-Mega Tickets will do this for memorable college championships and NFL games. Fans can hang one in their home or office where it will spark game-specific conversations and memories for years.”

Adds Keith Gentili, the company’s vice president of sales: “For football fans, the Super Bowl is undeniably the ultimate road trip. Thus, the ticket that moved them through the turnstile and into NFL history deserves a proper display. Our line of Super Bowl Ticket Frames does exactly that; Fans can now display their Super Bowl memories in a frame made specifically for them.”

For more information on any That’s My Ticket product, visit the company’s website.


  1. Posted September 30, 2010 at 9:26 pm | Permalink

    Hmmmm. Gee, I wonder where you got the idea for this article?

  2. VOTC
    Posted September 30, 2010 at 9:54 pm | Permalink

    Wow! Real original thought. Wonder wher you got this idea from.

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