“We’ve been making Ticket Frames for five years and this was a natural evolution for the product,” says That’s My Ticket President Dean Macchi. “Each year PSA is grading more and more tickets and we want to help collectors display them. It only makes sense that some of the nicest tickets people own are being graded as well as authenticated. These frames will show them off.”
Graded Ticket Frames are available in three sizes. The largest frame measures 8” by 14” and fits ticket holders measuring 4.5” by 9.5”. Thus, it is ideal for large event tickets such as the World Series and All-Star Games. For Super Bowl ticket stub collectors, there’s a bit smaller frame that measures 8 by 12 and fits ticket holders sized 4.25” by 7.25”. The smallest frame fits trading card ticket holders that are also used for ticket stubs. Cost ranges from $29.90 to $34.90.
“All sports fans have at least one special ticket that they may have had graded,” says Macchi. “And we believe it should be displayed where its story can be told. Our Graded Ticket Frames now make that very simple.”
That’s My Ticket has
been making officially licensed Major League Baseball and National Hockey League
ticket displays for two years. It is also licensed by NASCAR and the Collegiate
Licensing Company and plans on adding the NBA and NFL in the near future.