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We found 14 Reddit comments about Ultra Pro Poly Team Bags. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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14 Reddit comments about Ultra Pro Poly Team Bags:

u/shadowcentaur · 10 pointsr/mtgcube

You are looking for Ultra Pro Team Bags . I just bought some recently. I haven't drafted with them yet so I can't say if they work well or not. I put a token at the front of each pack so you can't see what the first card is.

I pre-make my packs, it is totally worth it, it speeds up the draft a lot. It gives you the option of doing some construction (like putting 2 of each color in each pack, or a land in every pack, or whatever). It takes a little bit of time, but I just do it while watching TV, it doesn't take a lot of mental power to do.

u/damagedirect · 8 pointsr/mtgcube

Ultra-Pro Team Bags are often recommended:

u/bubbafry · 4 pointsr/PucaTrade

My preferred methods:

  1. Put unsleeved cards in a Team Bag. Place a top loader on the front and the back (the cards are sandwiched between the 2 toploaders). I use two pieces of Painter's Tape, one wraps around vertically and one wraps around horizontally. I send cards like this to buylist and seems to work well, since most vendors do not like individually sleeved cards.

  2. Put cards in perfect fits, then put them in a Clear Hinged Box. They make different sizes depending on how many cards you need to send. I like to put them in sleeves because the cards rattle around in the boxes. Not sure if it actually causes any damage, but the sleeves make me feel better.

    I am not a big fan of shoving a bunch of cards in a penny sleeve, which is another common solution. I've received cards like this, and one thing that happens is that either the front or the back card slips out a little, then the pressure from the other cards creates an indentation in the card. It's happened to me more than once.
u/MrFluffyThing · 3 pointsr/magicTCG

A good pack of team bags (sell for far less in local stores) will work great in combination with toploaders. They are just the perfect size to seal a toploader without the use of tape, and the toploaders can be reused without any residue. Masking tape is the next best alternative, and I use that when I'm out of team bags.

u/Ryidon · 3 pointsr/magicTCG

If you're look for some plastic baggies for cards, you can get something called "team bag". something like from ultra pro. They are also good for shipping cards.

u/c19jf · 3 pointsr/mtgcube

They were made to hold team sets of baseball cards but are great as cube packs

u/Goatburgler · 2 pointsr/magicTCG

I think you might be talking about team bags, but they fit closer to 20, maybe 30 cards at a time.

u/kygr89 · 2 pointsr/mtgcube

I used ultra pro poly team bags. They come in a pack of 100 and can reseal.

u/CLMF · 2 pointsr/pkmntcgcollections

team bags for toploaders

You can probably find them for cheaper at your local game store.

And the size for the PSA ones are different.

u/johnjust · 2 pointsr/magicTCG

Thanks, I'm using Ultra Pro Team Bags - they've been used 7-8 times at this point, and they're still good for plenty more uses before being replaced. A pack of 100 should hopefully last me a year, maybe longer.

u/Hunterx1034 · 1 pointr/pkmntcgcollections

Those are the plastic bags or whatever you'd like to call them. I think the ones in the videos are a bigger size though.

This is the video on Instagram that you can see where I saw someone wrap the booster pack.

u/preblecw · 1 pointr/Gloomhaven

I think you could use some of these to store your sleeved cards in. These are used with sports cards and trading cards to store multiple sleeved cards at once. Hopefully this is a solution you are looking for.

u/Dmbb1239 · 1 pointr/mtgcube

Hey bud, I have an innistrad plane cube for drafting thats pretty sweet. I can go over what I did if it helps at all.

I started with only Innistrad, great Draft environment to use as a base. Then I replaced all of the vanilla creatures or unplayables with another card from DKA, AVR, or SOI that fit the same role but had a relevent ability or stats. (Ex. a 2/2 zombie for 1b that had no abilities was replaced by a 2 mana zombie in the same rarity with more relevent abilities)

Right now the cube is about:
50% INN
20% DKA
10% AVR
20% SOI

Im trying to recreate a draft environment so I manueally create packs and put them in team bags ( to have them ready for each draft.

The slits for common, uncommon and rares is (5/3/1)
I keep flip cards seperate, the are split (3/2/1)

When I make packs I shuffle all the commons together, then repeat for uncommons, rares, and Flip cards.
Each pack is 9 Commons,3 uncommon, 1 rare, 1 flip card, and 1 land. The land could be any nonbasic land from any Innistrad set, put in for fixing and utility.

Right now my rares can be from any set and are pretty balanced, nothings unbeatable.

I also keep the flip cards in clear hypermattes while drafting and playing, but I have a checklist for each in a black sleave for proxying in the deck.

It is alot of sleaves and the cube fits a normal 2 row. But if you buy bulk, its not too bad. Heres where I got mine (,

If you have any questions or I wasnt clear just let me know.

Sorry about the formatting in advance!