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10 (Ten) Pack Lot of 100 Soft Sleeves / Penny Sleeve for Baseball Cards & Other Sports Cards (Packaging May Vary)
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26 Reddit comments about 10 (Ten) Pack Lot of 100 Soft Sleeves / Penny Sleeve for Baseball Cards & Other Sports Cards (Packaging May Vary):

u/kodemage · 9 pointsr/magicTCG

So, here's all the details on how people store Magic cards meant to be played, with links.

The gold standard for the number of Magic cards to store is 75 or 100 double sleeved cards. As long as your container can store this many cards in one section it will be at least useful to the owner. Additionally, no one really likes storing their cards flat like your current box. Cards are much, much easier to retrieve from the container if stored edge on (top or sides exposed as opposed to your front or back, look at the pictures below).

The Boulder deck box by Ultimate guard holds exactly the preferred number of cards, down to sub millimeter tolerance. 100 cards and 75 cards

Ultra pro makes a pretty ubiquitous soft plastic box for 75 cards and 100 cards which does offer a little more wiggle room.

Ultimate guard makes nearly identical boxes. 75 cards, 100 cards.

They call their 75 card boxes 80 card boxes but that's referring to single sleeving and even single sleevers tend to appreciate the extra space for a few ancillary cards like tokens.

Also, we do not double sleeve with penny sleeves but inverted(open end at bottom of card) perfect^1 fit^2 sleeves and with regular^1 sleeves^2 over that.

Being able to hold cards is great but there is also some benefit to being able to hold a whole deck box. The Arkhive is a popular example. It holds snugly 5 x 75 card boulders and 4 x 100 card boulders. It also holds soft plastic boxes but less precisely.

When storing dice they are stored separately from cards. Ultra Pro, Ultimate Guard

u/DaveLambert · 7 pointsr/cardsagainsthumanity

How about 1000 sleeves for $8.95? These are the ones I use on my almost 3000 CAH cards (which reminds me, I'll soon need to order a 4th round of them...).

u/Popesta · 3 pointsr/boardgames

Here you go, which reminds me that I just ran out of these last week

u/randomuser549 · 3 pointsr/arkhamhorrorlcg

I use the Ultra pro penny sleeves. They are flappy and thin, but cheap.

Regarding the decal, the penny sleeves don't have one. I'm not sure about their higher end sleeves.

u/rein00 · 3 pointsr/Pathfinder_ACG

Holy hell... that picture on the package... as a side note, my friend and I have both bought these for our box sets and we love them. I sort of feel like you can't play this game without card sleeves, and you can't use the sleeves without a box insert. It's a little expensive, but considering how expensive the base set and ADs are, it's well worth the investment.

Edit: As a side note, I highly recommend this sleeve set. It's $8.95 for 1000 sleeves and it's Prime Eligible.

u/latetothetable · 2 pointsr/boardgames

Here you go 1000 sleeves for $10

I was able to purchase this once and sleeve roughly 10+ games including Mage Knight and all of the expansions before running out.

u/precordial_thump · 2 pointsr/boardgames

It depends on what size cards you need to sleeve and how particular you are over how tightly they fit.

I sleeved all my Legendary cards with these sleeves (1,000 for $8.25) and have been perfectly happy with them.

u/FortConspiracy · 2 pointsr/cardsagainsthumanity

Since I'm not a gigantic jackass.

[–]DaveLambertModerator 6 points 1 year ago
How about 1000 sleeves for $8.95 ? These are the ones I use on my almost 3000 CAH cards (which reminds me, I'll soon need to order a 4th round of them...).

u/wolfkin · 2 pointsr/sentinelsmultiverse

CRIKES!?!!? $2.50 for a pack of penny sleeves?

Do you have local stores in your area? Because at my local i pay $0.89 + tax for those.

Actually you can get that price if you buy in bulk apparently

u/ctsjohnz · 2 pointsr/sentinelsmultiverse

That makes sense. I've always assumed penny sleeves were about $1 for 100 sleeves, though I'm sure inflation will kick in ay some point.

I just searched on Amazon and here's one I found (with free shipping, too!)

u/robotsatemycat · 1 pointr/Pathfinder_ACG

I second penny sleeves. I use these---$8.25/1000.


  • the thin, slick nature makes them shuffle really nicely, IMHO
  • unlike heavier sleeves, they actually cost less to use than it would to just replace the entire set of cards with new ones
  • they are actually less than a penny per sleeve (edit: sorry, that's my price with Amazon Prime (free shipping), but you'll come out around $.01/ea regardless)


  • as /u/Torvax said, they are slippery. I'm perfectly used to it and only occasionally do I drop some (when I'm handling a really large stack and I'm not careful about it)

    Also as /u/Torvax said, Pathfinder ACG does have "many piles" :). But none are that large during actual play, and I have no problem with keeping cards stacked or anything.

    tl;dr: penny sleeves are the only option that makes economic sense for Pathfinder ACG. I recommend either them, or no sleeves at all.

    edit 2: sigh, I didn't answer either of your questions. The first one I don't know, the'll need about 500 for the core set, and each adventure deck thereafter (of which there are five) adds 110 cards. I believe the Character add-on deck is also 110.

    edit 3: AAAAGGGHHHH A THIRD EDIT! I forgot...another nice thing about the cheap sleeves: the player cards are actually designed to be written on (WHAAAT?) when you "level up" skills etc (tick boxes to check off). With the penny sleeve you can just Sharpie on that damned sleeve and a) not ruin your card and b) just grab another sleeve if you make a mistake or change you mind or something.

u/jvardrake · 1 pointr/Netrunner

I like these: 1000 Ultra Pro Sleeves.

I've never had any problem with durability, and it's tough to do better than < penny per sleeve.

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/cardsagainsthumanity
u/iPrime27 · 1 pointr/hockeycards

You’ve got some good cards there, especially for just starting out. I recommend putting the better cards such as the McDavid, Tkachuk, Larkin, etc rookie cards into a penny sleeve and top loader or a one touch case.

Penny Sleeve

top loader

One Touch Card Protector

u/RedundantPangolin · 1 pointr/boardgames

Here is an example of 1500 black matte sleeves. They come to about 3 cents/sleeve.
Here is an example of penny clear sleeves.
The nice thing about the black ones is that it hides the back of the card. There are times when that is very useful.
I also found an example of the smaller sleeves

There could be better bulk prices. These are fairly quick searches but we have been happy with the black matte at that amount & price range.

u/Buffalo_Hill · 1 pointr/boardgames

I sleeve all of the cards for card and board games. They start to show wear very quickly and my grandfather always bends the cards whenever he puts them down in Ascension.

I use very basic cheap penny sleeves to protect the cards. They're very slippy and can be irritating to shuffle but with so many cards and so many different games they do the job effectively.

u/SolidSnake1118 · 1 pointr/yugioh

These are the ones I got for my cards. 10 packs of 100 sleeves (1,000 sleeves altogether) for 8-9 bucks. They are a bit oversized on the yugioh card itself, nothing to hard to manage though.

u/dkl415 · 1 pointr/boardgames

I use penny sleeves. I've played about a dozen games since Christmas, and the sleeves are holding up fine. And if they break, they're less than a penny.

Something to consider with a card like Marvel: Legendary is that not all cards are being used all the time. You're only using one mastermind, and those cards are barely shuffled. You're only using 5 heroes out of dozens (with expansions). As a result, your sleeves will hold up a lot longer than, say, playing Magic where the same cards will be shuffled again and again and again.

u/thewookie34 · 1 pointr/PokemonTCG

Top loaders for really expensive cards.

I normally use a thick sleeve idk what they are called bit they are normally a solid color or have a picture on them. And place it in a top loader.

Normally it's like 200 for 12$ on Amazon for non brand picture sleeves.

Here are some examples:

You can get like 100 top loaders for 12$ as well mine came with 100 penny sleeves as well but idk if they all do.

Side loading binder pages. I just ordered these so I have not tried them but a few people recommended them.

I store my bulk in MTG fat packs or in the pokemon world what would be elite trainer boxes.

I also have like 1000 penny sleeves laying around just in case:

I just use old binder I used when I was kid or your can just go to any office supply store and get three ring binders for a few dollars.

u/auronvi · 1 pointr/boardgames

Without sleeving? Not much you can do there really except don't allow drinks on a table. 2000 cards using decent penny sleeves will not cost that much. I bought a box of 1000 sleeves for 10 bucks so 20 bucks can sleeve that whole game for you.

Two of these will sleeve 2000 cards. 3 will probably cover your needs. Now... actually spending the time to sleeve them? Yeah, it will suck and take time but 30 dollars and a few hours sleeving to protect your investment I think is well worth it.

I will say... these sleeves are not the best quality and don't feel good like dime sleeves do... but you get what you pay for. It would cost you $200 to sleeve using Dragon Shield or the like. Myself? Where I am at with sleeving games I buy Dragon Shield for everything. To me, it's worth it. Sure... I spent more on sleeves than the cards cost for Star Realms by my set is slick, easy to shuffle and play and looks great. I have also sleeved all of EPIC and have sleeves for all of my Mage Wars books (10+ of 60+ cards each). So I buy a ton of sleeves.

So for you on a budget? Penny sleeves.

u/SgtMaj_Obvious · 1 pointr/boardgames
u/stabletimeloop · 1 pointr/Pauper

As others have posted, cheap sleeves might not be what you want. However, to answer your question, penny sleeves may be worth a look. They got their name because you can get ~100 of them for roughly a dollar

u/ownageboard · 1 pointr/magicTCG

This is what you want. I got this, and I can't be happier. Just sleeve them up before you put the cards in. I used Ultra Pro Sleeves but penny sleeves work just as well!