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Just the Ticket: Ticket Stub Organizer Ring-bound – October 15, 2010
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Just the Ticket: Ticket Stub Organizer
Preserve your tickets from concerts, movies, and sports events in one archival album!
Have fun organizing and looking back on those unforgettable events - games, gatherings, performances, and more.
High-clarity archival protection for those irreplaceable tickets - with space for your notes, too!
Tickets collecting dust in a drawer or shoe box?
Don't let them get lost or damaged! Get them out and into this archival binder album! Whether movies, sports events, plays, festivals, museums, vacation excursions, and more - preserve those memories here!
Fit up to 80 tickets, with space for your notes!
20 double-sided archival pages fit up to 80 tickets. Includes lined space on paper inserts for making your own personal notes about each event. Makes for a nice way to look back on all your great times!
Takes 8-inch by 8-inch refill pages.
Two-ring binder makes it easy to expand your collection of tickets and mementos! Just the Ticket takes standard refill pages. (Extra refill pages available through Peter Pauper Press, too.)
Inside back cover pocket holds more mementos!
Protect Playbills, graduation programs, invitations, 'con' badges, and more!
All your memories and tickets - organized at last!
Ideal for the Broadway, festival, or sports event fanatic in your life!
They'll love organizing all their memories into one album. The Just the Ticket album holds up to 80 tickets. Store extra keepsakes in the back pocket.
Perfect coffee-table conversation starter.
Guests will love looking through your record of all the fun and amazing experiences you've enjoyed over the years. You will, too!
Cover design evokes a variety of ticket stubs.
Contemporary design works with a variety of tickets and mementos. Sturdy hardcover binding will withstand years of use.
About the Just the Ticket Album:
- 2-ring binder album measures 10-3/8 inches wide by 8-1/2 inches high.
- 20 archival plastic pages fit up to 80 tickets, with space for notes.
- Takes standard 8-inch by 8-inch refill pages.
- Packs of 10 refill sheets are also available from Peter Pauper Press.
- Expandable pocket inside back cover holds extra items.
- Write your contact information inside the front cover.
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- Publisher : Peter Pauper Press; Orn edition (October 15, 2010)
- Language : English
- Ring-bound : 20 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1441303502
- ISBN-13 : 978-1441303509
- Item Weight : 1.35 pounds
- Dimensions : 8.3 x 1.8 x 10.2 inches
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They both aim to accomplish the same thing, and are priced within a dollar of each other. However, there are some differences between the two. I'll lay out those differences here:
Form factor: "Just the Ticket" has a thicker width on a bookshelf. Its form factor is a 1.75" binder with rings, whereas the Concert Ticket Album is a skinny bound book about 3/8ths of an inch thick. JTT is labeled on the spine, whereas CTA does not have enough room for words.
Size of tickets it will take: JTT has pockets that are 7.5" x 4" and will take tickets up to that size, but a ticket that size would cover up the label portion where you can write notes. So the practical usable size is 5" x 4". CTA's pockets are 5x5" x 2.75"-- that is, more sized for "traditional" tickets like the kind that ticket outlets have sold for years. CTA does have two larger pockets inside the front and rear covers that will hold up to size 6.25" x 4.5"; and JTT has one rear pocket that is about 9" x 6".
Quantity of tickets it will hold: Concert Ticket Album has 16 pages, with 3 tickets per side, plus two oversized. So that totals: 16 x 3 x 2 = 96 regular tickets plus two oversized tickets. Just the Ticket has 20 pages with 2 tickets per side, for a total of 80 tickets and no oversized tickets. However, its ring-binder form factor allows you to add additional (refill) pages, so you could have more than 80. JTT has one back accordion pocket that will hold things like playbills.
How well it holds tickets: I haven't fully compared, but CTA has smaller pockets and thus tickets would be held snugly. JTT's larger pockets could lead to the tickets sliding around in the pockets a bit.
Notes/descriptions: JTT has a place to write notes. CTA, simply, does not.
Strength/flimsiness of pages: both have pages that are pretty flexible. When looking at your tickets, you'll need to turn pages carefully because there will be some flexing of the tickets in the pages.
Archival quality: who knows. CTA has reviews saying that it did not prevent fading. It does not claim to have acid-free pages. JTT's documentation insert claims to have acid-free pages.
Quality and overall "Niceness": CTA has kind of a cool cover, and when closed it is a pretty solid piece. It will definitely protect tickets better than any "old" system (i.e., shoeboxes). JTT's graphics are a little less "concert" looking-- they look like miscellaneous tickets-- and the binding and presentation is nice and doesn't feel cheap. But the pages are a bit flimsier than CTA's. When shut... CTA is really solid. (With the caveat of the pages possibly not being acid-free as described above). JTT seems solid in terms of binding, but the pages are flimsier so they slide around in the binder a bit. *******Note that there ARE reviews for JTT saying it fell apart pretty quickly. CTA is built in a way that it will not do so... it's one piece with bound pages. I'll update my reviews to address the quality as time goes by.
When I got them, they seemed to be fairly even... kind of a wash. But after comparing them on individual attributes as described above, I'd give the edge to "Just the Ticket" given that the prices are within a dollar of each other. JTT wins out thanks to its expandability, acid-free pages, and a place to write notes. The only area CTA really has it beat is on bookshelf space... it's got a drastically slimmer profile. So if bookshelf space is a big concern for you... CTA is a fine choice. If it isn't, then go with JTT.
Update: My second one came in and the rings on the inside would not close all the way so when I turned the pages, they would fall out of the book. I reordered one more and if that one comes in damaged, I'm getting a refund. As it stands, not worth the money or the hassle!
The slots are big enough for pretty much any ticket. There's also a lot of them; I had a ton of receipts and tickets and they only filled up a bit of this book. There's even a pocket in the back of the book for brochures or things of the like. I put my tour brochures in there for safe keeping.
Overall, it's a nice way to organize your things all while knowing they're safe and you can have these memories forever. Bonus points for being able to show it off to people in a neat way!
What I liked about this organizer:
1) the ease at which I could remove the paper on which to adhere the stub (I used acid free photo tape). Some may not want to tape their stub to the lined paper, but if you do, the option is there. Just note: if you have super big stubs, you may not have the ability to write anything on the paper. I had some ticket stubs that almost covered the lined paper.
2) the ability to write comments along side the ticket stub.
I did purchase a packet of refill pages, but wound up not needing them. I didn't use up the original pages that came with the organizer! I guess I didn't have as many ticket stubs as I thought.
Top reviews from other countries
The folder itself looks great and is nice and sturdy. The sleeves are good quality and have pockets that are large enough (approximately 7.5 inches wide and 4 inches deep) to comfortably accommodate the vast majority of ticket stubs, including larger ones issued by festivals like Download and Sonisphere. There is a large, card pocket at the rear for storing oversize stubs, but it's unlikely you'll need to use it. Best of all, you can buy additional sleeves for the folder, if necessary.
The 'Just the Ticket Stub Organizer' is highly recommended to anyone who wants a quality way to preserve/display their precious gig, theatre, museum or sports event stubs.
It looks nice, seems well made and the pockets were strong and shouldn't rip easily, just like decent photo album pockets really. The front cover is nice too and I like that it's clear from the spine what the book is as that's what will be on show in my house.
I would definitely recommend this for anyone wanting a nice way to preserve their gig tickets.