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Just the Ticket: Ticket Stub Organizer Ring-bound – October 15, 2010
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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.Read more ›
All in all it does what it's supposed to, looks nice, but must be handled gently.
I read all the reviews, to get a sense of what I was getting. The price was right, though I was put off by a number of reviews claiming that the binder comes 'unglued' from the cardboard cover. Taking a chance, I ordered it, with that in mind.
The order came in today, and later that night, with nothing else to do, I went through all (40+? just a guess, I haven't counted them) tickets, and put them in chronological order. Some are faded, yes, but the organizer seems to discourage contact with air, so hopefully it will reduce that in the future.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Perfect for theatre, concert, and sports tickets. Because the sleeves are in a ring binder, the pages can always be arranged, if needed.Published 3 days ago by Math Maven
This is the best version that I've purchased yet. I have another kind for myself and this one has much larger ticket slots than the other. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Jeuii Maiimg
I had all my tickets hooked in the sides of my mirror on my dresser since I was a teenagers. Decided it's time to make my room more adult-like, but I didn't want to throw my... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Lauren Petter
If you like to document your activities but dont necessarily have the affinity or time for scrap poking, this is for you! Read morePublished 19 days ago by Parrothead
Adorable book. I really like that you can add pages and that tickets of all sizes fit into the pockets. This was a gift for my husband. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Kristel Peterson
The pages are just like the ones in the "Just the Ticket" book. Arrived quickly, no issues.Published 19 days ago by JK
Bought for my wife to travel to Australia. She loved it and said it made the trip so much easier.Published 27 days ago by Paul E Sullivan
Movie tickets fit well, anything bigger will need to be configured if you want it to fit. I do like that additional pages can be bought to add more later. Read morePublished 29 days ago by LaMae
It's nice. It holds tickets in place. I just wish the holder for the playbills was bigger. It doesn't hold a lot, but this is more for tickets for than playbills from shows.Published 1 month ago by Nicole