TICKETS ARE ...IN THE
How often do Tuff Stuff, Beckett, SMR and Mastros
Auctions all agree on anything?
Well, all recently
highlighted Tickets as important collectibles that are both significant and
To quote the
October 2007 issue of Tuff Stuff,
“Ever since PSA
started slabbing tickets a few years ago these cardboard relics have been
gaining popularity at a tremendous rate.”
Better yet, as Tuff Stuff notes,
“You can still
pick up stubs from significant sporting events at fairly reasonable prices.”
offer an exciting avenue for collecting...
whether you are “100% hooked on tickets,” as the main area of hobby interest, or
are a collector of a particular player or team or era and want to enhance your
collection with several tickets relevant to the theme or player, that most
"Granddaddy of ticket sites"...
the Antiques Roadshow Insider magazine
(March 2004). The staff at Chicagotix.com thanks Y-O-U for making our success
possible. Sincerely, Joe
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Section in ALL Mastros 2007 Auctions!
that are from years that end in "9"?
Here are four from my collection: 1909,
1919, 1939, 1969.
Hope you enjoy the memories.
(front and back)
"Bleacher Bum" tickets are for
sale. Bury me with the others; and give
the 1939 Sox ticket to the first guy
to ask if there will be tickets to
my wake. Take Care, Joe Hunt
1919 Series Ticket
White Sox Ticket
1969 Cubs Bleacher ticket: a buck then, and $25 today as a
collectible. In stock.
Ain't nothing like Chi-town baseball. True, we've been
bleeding Cubbie blue on the North-side since 1908. But who's got $5.50 for a Series
ticket anyway? Fast forward to 1939. Enjoy your day with the
Sox, but No Gambling...OK? Give you 3-2 that it says so right
on the ticket!
'cause it's heaven right here in $1 seats at Wrigley. "Bleacher Bums" remember Ron Santo,
in now retired Cub's jersey #10,
clicking his heals after each 1969 Win. Santo deserves the HOF and the
Cubs are due a Miracle too.
Maybe "Next Year" is 2009? Lord, our curse is worse than
the Red Sox, but we promise to remain Lovable when you decree that
we have suffered long enough. May you speedily and in our day,
forgive all our Billy-Goat and Bartman follies and foibles. Amen.
Here you will find all the
the races of 1998, '99, '00,
'01, '02, '03
AND '04 between
who hit a record-setting
home runs in '01.
Congratulations Barry "7xMVP" Bonds! Also take a
look at the memorable last season of legend
Cal Ripken, Jr.,
Tony Gwynn and Mark McGwire.
We offer tickets from player
include 3,000th hit and 500 home run tickets, and
Record Breakers. Also you will find
Pitcher Key Game tickets, First and
Last tickets; which includes career last games, and first and last
games of ballparks. Also see
World Series and All-Star game
tickets. Great, hard to find tickets. We're always updating, so check back
offers autographs obtained in person by our
programs from some very memorable games. Then
check out our baseball vintage photos of
famous and obscure athletes and teams.
Also See the list of all
World Series winners.
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