Best collectible trading card albums, cases & sleeves according to redditors

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u/Nastier_Nate · 30 pointsr/ModernMagic

Hey, this seems like a really sweet gesture. I'm sure your husband will love it!

I would caution against white sleeves. They tend to get dirty more easily, and they don't always do a good job of fully blocking out the back of the card.

My personal recommendation for sleeves would be Dragon Shield Matte sleeves in a dark color. Here is an amazon listing for the Black version (which are generally the cheapest):

u/edhfan · 26 pointsr/magicTCG

So I think that a pauper cube sounds like what you want to do. This is an all-commons cube, which, like you say, will allow fun, well-balanced play. It'll also be a bit lower complexity than a power cube would be, which is better for new players (as opposed to things like putting Eldrazi under a Mimic Vat).

Here's a link to an article about pauper cube with a link to a list at the bottom of the article.

The cards themselves will likely cost less than $100 - you may already have a good number of them - and then you would just need sleeves. I recommend double sleeving with something like the KMC Perfect Size inner sleeves and the KMC Hyper Matte sleeves outside. This will keep your cards in good condition (yes, they're commons, but it's nice if they stay nice looking. Some people also choose to foil out their pauper cube, since it's a lot cheaper to do than foiling out a powered or higher-powered cube, and double sleeving will prevent bending).

All in all for probably less than $200 you can make a fun pauper cube. Good luck!

u/carbon480 · 22 pointsr/mtgcube

KMC Hyper Mattes are what I swear by, and I was a staunch supporter of Dragon Shields for years.

u/ImmortalCorruptor · 18 pointsr/magicTCG

Some good general gifts are:


Card sleeves:

Deck boxes:

Gift cards to popular stores/marketplaces:

Everybody can use those regardless of what cards they use so they're pretty safe gifts that will still get used.

If you ask him what his favorite cards or artists are, you might be able to get him a playmat, an art print or even a signed card from his favorite artist. eBay is a pretty good place to find signed cards.

u/Holos620 · 16 pointsr/magicTCG

It's less expensive for me on shipping included.

2 Perfect size Cad$10.70 or Usd$7.83

3 Hyper mat Cad$20.49 or Usd$15

Total on Usd$22.83 vs Usd$26.34 on massdrop

u/FizzyDragon · 15 pointsr/Parenting

I keep all my DS and 3DS games loose in a small box (actually it's an old Pokémon card collector tin).

Never had any game break because of this. It's ok if they rattle around a little as long as the container is clean (not dusty or full
of sand or something)

I read you have more than one kid using the games. I'd take all the cartridges out of the cases, get a binder with some of the 9-card sheet clear protectors and stick a cart in each card slot. Then they don't have to be in any particular order because kids will be able to just turn the pages and see all the labels easily.

Getting punished for this sounds ridiculous to me, my parents gave us games, back the the original gameboy days, and it was on us to keep them sorted and safe and our fault if they got lost.

Edit: mobile spelling

u/Ryuuzaki_L · 15 pointsr/mtgcube

Cube list can be found here:

Went all out with the conspiracy sideboard and even got tokens sleeved. Next step I think I'll get some cheaper full art lands and then think of how to upgrade it with WotS after it gets played a few times.

Definitely cost a bit more than the original target of $100. I think I spent around $200 in total for the cards, lands, and tokens. 95% of which I was able to get in under two weeks from CardSphere. I was almost instantly able to get everything I needed from there for 80% of the index prices. Tokens we're like 30%. Im sure I could have gone even lower if I wanted to wait a little longer. Definitely recommend checking them out.

This is my first real paper collection so I decided a cheap budgetish cube would be a good start to play with friends. I was going to try the Card Kingdom starter cube, but this one just seemed like it was well worth the extra money.

Edit: Case is a Quiver. Fits the 360 card cube, 15 card Conspiracy card sideboard, 80+ tokens, and 35 of each land with dividers almost perfectly. Really wanted to go with the Dex Protection Supreme Game Chest but I couldn't find any colors I liked. Im happy I didn't though. While it definitely looks a lot better, I absolutely love this case. Super easy to transport and the cards don't budge. I really don't have any complaints and it was a fraction of the cost.

Quiver Black Playing Card Case -...

Now I'm just waiting on my cubeamajigs to get here.

u/SexiasMaximus · 14 pointsr/magicTCG

Let's start with the big picture. You're going to want somewhere to keep your cards.

For the ones at home, something like this should do just fine. It keeps things mostly organized, is rather inexpensive, and will last. You can make inserts to help subdivide more if needed.

Next, you're going to want something to carry your cards in for the go. Many people just use backpacks or messenger bags, but there are [specialty bags] ( that you can purchase as well.

To keep you decks organized and protected while in the bag, [deck boxes] ( are the way to go. They make things nice and modular and will protect your cards even if you just have a normal backpack.

For your trades, if you go that route, a [binder] ( and some [sleeve pages] ( should do fine.

Finally, your decks. Sleeves! Sleeves! Sleeves! and Sleeves! The cards in your decks are going to see the most use so you're going to want to protect them the best. I've found that [Dragon Shield] ( and [Ultra Pro] ( sleeves are excellent for their value and use them on several of my decks. Cards in your deck are often your most powerful and you're going to want to keep them in the best shape possible.

Many people, myself included, will argue for getting a [Play Mat] ( so that you sleeves won't get torn up as much and will last longer, but it's not absolutely essential.

Oh! I forgot dice! My group have found that dice are the easiest way to keep track of things like life totals, counters, and about everything else you need a number for. Having your own are absolutely essential, there's always someone you can borrow from, but they're a great thing to have around.

edit One thing I want to point out is that everything there can be customized to fit your particular style, so have fun! The way you carry and present your cards says as much about you as the cards themselves!

u/Crazyeyes24 · 13 pointsr/pkmntcg

I decided to start collecting with Steam Siege and Generations. Figuring out the best way to keep stuff was daunting at first. After going through all of TCC's videos and lurking in this and the collection sub, this is the system I settled on:

-Each Set gets its own 1" binder. Be sure to use a D-ring style so the pages sit evenly on top of each other. I like these from Office Max/Depot because they open and close easily and have a pin-hole style of lock so it ensures alignment of the rings and minimizes catching pages.

--In the inside pocket of the cover, I put the Trainer's Guide from the ETB of the set, fits nicely in the larger of the 2 pockets. Make sure you don't put anything in the back cover's pockets, as that could make an uneven surface for your cards to rest on if you leave the binders on their sides.

--Then, each binder starts with a 4-pocket binder sheet to store one of each booster art for the set.

--After the booster page, I organize the cards by set number, starting with the core set followed by the parallel set. I use Ultra pro's 18 pocket side loading card pages for storing the cards. Pretty much hands down the best. I prefer the black backing and only want to put 1 card in each pocket. Nice fit, though I noticed some scratches/imperfections in clarity on the batch I got. Not a big deal for me, as they are still very durable, but may be for others.

---Basic cards go into a KMC perfect fit sleeve upside-down and then into the binder page. Good protection, tight fit, not too much cost. KMC's are pretty universally accepted as the best. As some have said, too tight a fit could damage a card, too loose and it wont fit for double sleeving. I've never had a KMC perfect fit that was too tight, maybe a little loose, but never tight that it could cause damage. Looser ones I just put to the side for storing non-foil cards and not for double sleeving.

---Any foil card (Holos, parallels, URs, SRs, etc.) go into a KMC perfect fit upside down, and then into a black KMC Hyper Mat before going into the binder. I usually double sleeve a stack of cards and then put them into a tight deck box or under a stack of books for a week or so to squeeze out all the air before putting them into the binder.

-Any extra cards then get stored in the ETB for the set they are from. Organize them however you like, but I keep one section for a playset of up to 4 of each card, and any copies above that go into a second 'trash/trade' section. Eventually I may put the playsets of 4 cards into penny sleeves just to keep things sorted more easily, but I don't have too much surplus yet to warrant it. Again, I always keep things ordered by set number.

--Here, any extra foil cards will get sleeved. Right now I am just using Ultra Pro's deck protectors since I ran out of perfect fits, but really don't like how they have the stippled surface on the inside of the sleeve as well. I can feel it scratching the edges/back of the card each time I sleeve one. Particularly valuable rares or holos may get double sleeved for better protection, but still get stored in the box.

-For actual play, I would stick to KMC hyper mats. Good shuffle feel, and last longer than the Ultra Pro's. I played a game with a buddy with my deck sleeved in the Ultra pro's and loved the shuffle feel, but the sleeves just break too easily if you catch a corner. Also they aren't opaque, KMC's are definitely the better looking.

u/daniedoo247 · 13 pointsr/CrossStitch

I'm on mobile, so forgive the utter lack of formatting. I was looking for a zipper, three ring binder, a spot of graph paper pads, and big enough pockets so I didn't have to squeeze things in and out. See below for what I got.

The portfolio: K.DESIGNS- Zippered Leather...

The sleeves:
Full page: 200-Pack Standard (Not Economy)...
Half page: BCW 2-Pocket Clear Protective...
Trading card page: Ultra Pro 9-Pocket Silver Series...

u/SliderHMSS · 13 pointsr/dominion

The base cards is treasure, victory, and curse cards.

u/Slurmsmackenzie8 · 11 pointsr/mtgcube

I use the KMC Card Barrier Box 1000 for my cubes. It fits 430 single sleeved cards perfectly on the top row and leaves plenty of space for tokens, lands, dice, and miscellaneous.

u/jax12622 · 11 pointsr/Magicdeckbuilding

Might want to post this on the actual /r/magicTCG page. If he plays casually you could buy him several products. The Deck Builders Toolkit is a good start, as it comes with a bunch of cards. You could also buy him a "fat pack" of the newest set, Khans of Tarkir, which comes with 9 packs.

The other things you listed could be okay, but there could be a lot of repeats which your son might not like. I have absolutely no experience with the bulk sets at all, so take the risk if you want to. I would stick with the first one you linked though, as it's from a trustworthy seller.

Depending on your budget, you could get the Toolkit, the fat pack, a pack of sleeves, and a good deck box.

u/bubbafry · 11 pointsr/magicTCG

I bet he will find several thousand more dollars worth of cards in there. He should invest in some sleeves and card holders in order to protect his cards. I prefer to double sleeve, then put it in a magic card binder (NOT a regular 3 ring binder) or in a top loaders.

KMC Perfect Fit sleeves

KMC Hyper Matte Playing Sleeves

Rigid Top Loaders


You take the card and (carefully) put the card upside down into the Perfect Fit sleeves. The card should fit snugly in there. Then you put the card into the Playing Sleeve with the opening of the Perfect Fit sleeve at the bottom. Then put the whole thing into a top loader.

So Card -> Perfect Fit sleeve -> Playing Sleeve -> Top Loader


Good luck!.. And no more bend testing for all that is holy, lol.


Edit to add: if they are in extremely good condition (like they look perfect straight out of the pack), it may be best to avoid the Perfect Fit because you can cause very small nicks in the corners if you're not careful putting them in which can affect their grade, but if they look like the Black Lotus you have there, then it's probably not a huge concern.

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/DarthCurious · 9 pointsr/boardgames

Great advice. All of this is right. I would add one more tip.

Buy 6 sheets of 16 pocket card holders — use these to organize the tech trees so everyone can see their tech pathways. It seriously reduces clutter and speeds comprehension.

You can also use them to organize planets by color to make colonization a breeze.

Also: costumes are fun. And the ambient space playlist on Spotify is pitch perfect. Mood really heightens the experience. We had a brilliant first play and have another game coming up in two weeks since everyone loved it so much. It is the most fun I’ve had with a board game.

Link here:

u/omniczech · 9 pointsr/mtgcube

The KMC 1000 is a great buy. Solid and HUGE. Fits a 540 double sleeved + lands pretty well! You can find it here for cheap.

u/MettaWorldWarTwo · 9 pointsr/magicTCG

I get the boxes on Amazon for $15 each and they are my preferred storage container for commons and uncommons. I looked at the dimensions and wanted to see how Planechase would fit in the box. Turns out it fits very nicely. I haven't sleeved the tokens yet. I am also going to get a dual flip box to store the planar cards for when I don't want to treat it as a board game.

Chaos Reigns upside down was a mistake but I'm going to embrace it. Also the cardboard boxes were pretty beaten up and the planar cards have lots of scuffs on the edges. All in all I'm not impressed with the overall quality but I'll have fun with the new wrench in the gears of Magic games.

u/Castaras · 9 pointsr/boardgames

I still love Dominion. Especially with some of the more interesting expansions, but even default Dominion, or Dominion: Intrigue (iirc you can get both of these with the basic coin and victory point cards) is a lot of fun, with a lot of replayability. And each expansion increases the interesting combinations exponentially.

Personally, if you go for Dominion, I'd recommend going for the original set, Intrigue, or the "generic" base set + Dark Ages. Intrigue and Dark Ages are my favourite dominion sets, but the original Dominon set is best for a baseline cardset.

u/EvilGenius007 · 8 pointsr/magicTCG

As regards #3, try the KMC 1000 Card Box for an affordable interim option. Here's the TCC review.

u/SirMontego · 8 pointsr/Catan
u/jeosan · 8 pointsr/mtgfinance

KMC Perfect Fit huge price spike: $100,000 for 3 packs

u/djlawrence3557 · 8 pointsr/mtgcube

I've been using one of these for my vintage/powered cube. I keep the lands separate in a fatpack box

u/SoneEv · 7 pointsr/magicTCG

You can buy Perfect Fit sleeves in bulk

KMC 100 Card Barrier PERFECT SIZE (10 packs/Total 1000)

u/Four_s0uls · 7 pointsr/FourSouls

Can easily hold another 100-200 cards so we are covered for at least another expansion pack if not 2. Very durable, feels super high quality and even a bit fancy. Waterproof material and zipper covers. Very confident in the protection this case provides. 5 Spacers are velcro and can be placed as you please to organize however you would like and also to keep you sections of cards as snug as you would like. Also has 2 seperate corners pads/spacers so you don't have to worry about the slightly rounded edges of the case damaging your cards. Also has another 4 seperate hard plastic dividers incase you find a use for them. Right not I am using them to take up more space and make things even more snug. To complete it all it has a nice strap to carry it over your shoulder. Fantastic! Overall, 10/10 If anyone would like more pics of something just ask! Link below

Quiver Black Playing Card Case - Carrying Deck Case with PU Leather Exterior with Double Zipper, Dividers, Hand & Shoulder Strap - Fits up to 1300 Cards - Deck Box Compatible + 100 Card Sleeves

u/scd · 7 pointsr/Netrunner

Two suggestions:

Since you just started playing, the UltraPro Tower is great to just store two decks and some tokens. Comes in a ton of colors, is very durable, and holds what you need. The best for the price (around $10):

If you're wanting to bring multiple decks to casual play nights or similar events, you might want to consider investing in something that will let you bring multiple Corp and Runner decks. I like the Ultimate Guard Twin Flip n' Tray:

Comes in multiple colors, the magnetic latches are strong, and is a great way to carry four decks (or five, since I take out the token tray and slip in another deck).


The Quiver. I've filled my Quiver up with upwards of 8 constructed decks and a bunch of extras. It holds my cube at the moment, but is a great case if you find yourself wanting to bring lots of cards anywhere:

u/icepyrox · 7 pointsr/XWingTMG

Well, they make^[1] card binders^[2] and^[3] pages^[4] for upgrade cards and I made Sir Willibald's^[5] damage deck box^[6].

I personally don't like everything migrating to the larger card size. It's nice but half the card will just be tucked under pilot/other cards and I already complain about board space.

That's just me though.

u/nebulatr0n · 7 pointsr/EDH

This box is amazing. I hold all my sleeved EDH decks, dice, tokens, sideboard, trades all in one lightweight waterproof see through container.

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/beSmrter · 7 pointsr/boardgames

Mayday ''Standards'' and Ultimate Guard ''Premium'' are some almost-a-penny soft sleeve lines. But I cannot honestly recommend using soft sleeves.

KMC Perfect Fits/Size are a touch more sturdy and thick, but still relatively thin. I can recommend these, but they are meant to be the inner when double sleeving, so they won't totally cover the top edge of the card though.

However, my method is use proper sleeves and toss out the inserts and if necessary move to deck boxes. Options include small, medium, large, also large. Links for example. May not represent the best price and certainly do not represent the only options.

Edit: Obligatory BGG Card Sleeve Sizes for games link. A great resource.

u/Brawler_1337 · 7 pointsr/magicTCG

This thing can hold a sleeved planar deck if you take out the insert. I'm not sure how many it can hold, though. I have a 40-card planar deck, and it fits in with plenty of room to put in the cards I didn't include unsleeved. Don't know if it will fit 86 sleeves cards.

Also, if you want to get a little more bang for your buck, you might be able to find a Duel Deck Box combo pack on discount. The outer box is essentially the oversized deck box.

u/troy_destroy · 6 pointsr/magicTCG

These are some good inexpensive options.

Ultimate Guard Stack n Safe: hold 6 decks sleeved and has nice dividers
Stack 'n' Safe Deck Box (480 Cards)

KMC card barrier: has a better latch than the Ultimate Guard but the dividers aren't as good.
Card Box 1000

u/fudgebug · 6 pointsr/magicTCG

I like these a lot, and I think it fits the bill: Card Box 1000

u/ZToups · 6 pointsr/magicTCG

It's not that hard to modify the box to prevent it damaging the cards though honestly its not worth the effort when you can buy a better storage box for less than $20 (

u/anotherguy818 · 6 pointsr/pkmntcgcollections

KMC Perfect Fit are sleeves that are designed to fit perfectly on normal sized cards, and thus work for Pokemon cards. They will thicken them up a little bit. They are completely transparent (no words, markings, or anything else on the sleeve), just a clear, colourless sleeve. They are very good quality.

Here they are on Canadian Amazon (would be cheaper on American if you live in the US):

u/nevermind4790 · 6 pointsr/vinyl

I use BCW sleeves. They're cheap and get the job done.

u/bauss9027 · 6 pointsr/EDH

Ultra Pro Flip Box I highly recommend these, as they perfectly fit 100 sleeved cards and can fit a top loader with your commander to make them nice and snug. Not only that, but they look awesome! 100% worth it

u/PWH187 · 6 pointsr/GameboyAdvance

Well it won't work for the manuals but I keep mine in a binder using the trading card sleeves. You can fit 2 per slot, or 18 per page.

Edit: You can also fit one GB/GBC cart per slot if you have any of those to store as well.

u/wookiewin · 6 pointsr/boardgames

I really like the Ultra Pro - Standard Pro-Fit Sleeves. They are thin enough and may break occasionally, but I have not had many issues with them. I have my entire Legendary Marvel Set sleeved with them.

u/Gaiazarus · 6 pointsr/EDH
u/Sto88 · 5 pointsr/Gloomhaven

Ultra Pro. Like $1.50 per 100 and fit ability cards great. Not too sticky either, but still make mashing cards together for shuffling easy. They are a tad bit taller than the cards if that will bother you at all, but there's not really any downside other than aesthetics.

u/iyva · 5 pointsr/AnimalCrossing

I use these card sleeves. I love them because they fit perfectly to the card and it doesn't move around inside.

I personally prefer to slip the card in upside down so the top of the card is touching the bottom of the sleeve.

If I'm going to be scanning a lot of cards in my game (or mailing them), I use anything similar to these top loaders.

For a binder I am currently using a few of these ultra pro 4-pocket binders until I have all of the official binders here.

u/Mutterfudder · 5 pointsr/dropmix

I’ve been using the following products: as a general carrying case for all my cards. It has enough room for cards and has some nice Velcro dividers. For premade decks, I use these:

The deck sleeves fit in the case a little snug, but they don’t bend the cards Best I can tell. So far satisfied with my purchase.

u/Rawrgodzilla · 5 pointsr/magicTCG

Quiver deck box holds 6 double sleeved commander decks. Source I own two one for my cube and one to hold my commander decks. A back pack for the rest of stuff.

u/Milinn · 5 pointsr/mtgcube

I don't have one personally (I also have the supreme game chest and really love it,) you could check out the KMC 1000 card box. In my research, in terms of cost/weight, it seems tricky to beat.

u/sampsans-ape-spray · 5 pointsr/vinyl

For inner, I prefer DisKeeper IIs. But they often go out of stock on Amazon when I need them. MoFis are great too, though a bit more expensive. My current batch are these:

And they're OK. Don't hate them. Don't love them.

As for outers, I use the BCW ones:

Can't beat the price on those. They are thin, but that's my preference. They fit most thicker gatefolds as well.

u/cannan138 · 5 pointsr/vinyl
u/Darth_Meatloaf · 5 pointsr/EDH

I have a fat pack box to carry some of it, but I also have three of these to hold my decks. It says they are sized for UltraPro, but I can confirm that a deck sleeved in Dragon Shields, which are slightly thicker than the UltraPro sleeves, fit just fine.

u/RattyJackOLantern · 5 pointsr/rpg

If you're wanting to make a bunch you could just print them out. I like Wyloch's Method for paper minis (using binder clips for the base as OP does above) which makes them pretty durable, though probably not as durable as OP's. You can store/transport them in a binder with trading card binder pages like this

There are also a lot simpler/quicker print'n play methods you can make or buy as well but generally not as durable.

u/rememberese · 5 pointsr/Pathfinder_RPG

Our campaign uses these: printed on cardstock and then fitted into plastic card collector's pages. We have bought many packages of these: and fit them in 3-ring binders.

I play a bard, we have a cleric, and a ranger and they all serve really well. Sometimes the website doesn't have some of the spells, but there is a template to type up your own afaik.

u/Chrishenanigans · 5 pointsr/dominion

The Treasuries were printed all with gold coloring because that's the card type color, no different than white denoting Actions, green denoting Victories (and alt-Victories), blue denoting Reactions, and orange denoting Durations. This will make more sense when you get expansions that have alternative Treasuries such as Harem and the Prosperity cards, where the type color is definitely needed.

Cards within a type are always differentiated by their artwork, which is why the new, standalone set of base cards now print Copper, Silver, and Gold with pictures of, well, Copper, Silver, and Gold.

u/JTRoberts · 5 pointsr/baseballcards

If Cecchini or Lopez turn into anything, those '87 Style Inserts are fairly popular (the Judge and Benintendi versions go for $10-20 right now), but that's more a waiting game.

You might be able to get a ton for that Machado autograph, though. Great pull.

Edit: If you haven't already, invest in a couple penny sleeves and plastic top loaders to keep them safe, especially the Machado.

Here are a couple amazon links for what I use:

u/leiaorganza · 4 pointsr/CrossStitch

I'm a total novice but I keep my thread in baseball card holders - basically segmented page protectors [like these.] (

u/BlueSapphyre · 4 pointsr/boardgames

I'll add to /u/mattc286 and say you don't even need intrigue or core set. You could just grab the base cards, which provides all the treasures and victory cards only.

u/feh1325 · 4 pointsr/magicTCG

Spend a couple more bucks and get these sleeves. They'll last longer.

Also, forget the deckbox and the gift card and get him a custom playmat from here.

u/Charizard9000 · 4 pointsr/pkmntcgcollections

unsure about the exact sleeves there, but if you're just trying to get away from the matte sleeves out there, my go-to's are KMC hypers, textured back and clear front, specifically for pokemon cards they work for single or double sleeving

u/Tweeqk · 4 pointsr/magicTCG

Not a deck box but im a big fan of this. Quiver Black Playing Card Case i use it to carry 3 edh decks in boulder cases and still have room for dice and playmat. Give it a thought.

u/kesa_maiasa · 4 pointsr/EDH

Depends on how many EDH decks you have. I personally use this awesome case

It pretty comfortably fits 5 double sleeved edh decks, 30 unsleeved token cards for various decks, and a box for dice and various other token/beads what have you (box is not included).

I've had it now for about a year and it's been fantastic.

u/Wrightboy · 4 pointsr/boardgames

I've really like the Quiver for travelling with a bunch of card games. Otherwise I've had good luck with the Iris photo box from craft stores, filled all of the carts with a game or two, handles more than just cards easily which is nice.

u/InsidiousToilet · 4 pointsr/magicTCG

While this is neat, I still prefer the "tried and true" method of just re-using Dragon Shield boxes (<-- edit: added a photo of my Cube):

  • 8x empty Dragon Shield boxes.
  • 45 cards in each box.
  • Players sit down, crack their "box", split cards into 3 piles.
  • Draft.

    Super simple, no wasted paper, just re-purposed sleeve boxes. I use a Quiver (love this thing) to tote my Cube around, and so it fits real nice. I use a 9th box for dice. The boxes are also a surprise way to slip some boosters into each "booster" for players on special occasions (birthdays, parties, etc).
u/Markovnikovian · 4 pointsr/arkhamhorrorlcg

Depends on the size of your collection and if you want to buy the return to... expansions.

Personally I have a small traveling case that I keep the next scenario and the player decks in. And then I keep the campaigns in either the Return to boxes or I have a regular cardboard box for the ones that haven't come out as return to expansions yet.

My Setup

  • Top box has FA, and CU

  • Box below it has all the extra bits that I don't use much (this has been moved to the closet to make space)

  • Traveling Case (Holds a lot of unsleeved cards or more than enough sleeved ones.)

  • Player Cards in BCW card box (I now have 2 of them)

  • Return to... With their respective campaigns (Night of the Zealot has the standalones)
u/BSA_DEMAX51 · 4 pointsr/Gloomhaven

I use UltraPro American mini sized 16-slot top-loading pages and they work great; fits sleeved cards pretty much perfectly (they'll stick out of the top of the slot about 1mm, but it works fine and actually makes them easier to pull out. You can fit 2-3 sleeved cards in each pouch comfortably).

u/StriderZessei · 4 pointsr/XWingTMG

Pages 14 Pocket Stand Card Sleeves (10 Piece), Black, Mini

u/Algrainga · 4 pointsr/SWlegion

Not sure if this is what you meant. But it makes it easy for opponents to see your cards and upgrades. Just pass the whole thing across the table if they ask a question

u/DRUMS11 · 3 pointsr/TransformersTCG

The UtraPro Pro-Tower should work, though I'm not thrilled with the premium price tag.

edit: UltraPro also makes an "oversized deck box""oversized deck box" that is rather simpler and cheaper.

u/Theopholus · 3 pointsr/pkmntcg

I would recommend using KMC Perfect Fit sleeves. They are great for double sleeving, and for storing cards in a binder. Also, make sure not to use a 3 ring binder with the loose ultra pro plastic pages, the rings can damage your cards over time. Use a side loading binder like This.

u/YouthfulEdge · 3 pointsr/pkmntcg

You are using the wrong size of perfect fits. You need these:

They are standard size for MTG and Pokemon. I play with KMC perfect fit inner sleeves and dragon shield outers. My deck is all reverse holo, holo, or full art. No warps at all.

u/SmashPortal · 3 pointsr/magicTCG

I use the classic KMC perfect size inner sleeves. They hold the card very snug, so they fit in most normal sleeves.

They're generally sold for about $5.99 for 100 sleeves, but I've gotten deals on Amazon for buying bulk.

Actually, I use the perfect size sleeves for a lot of single-sleeving, since they're so tight to the card and are completely translucent on both sides. All of my trade foils are inside them to prevent scratching, and to act as an inner sleeve in the binder page pockets.

u/J4H1_TCG · 3 pointsr/PokemonTCG

Also I would use these on any cards that have value. The binder will keep them safe, but over the years they will still get scratched and worn from not being in sleeves.

u/zakanova · 3 pointsr/mtgfinance
u/Soylent_Hero · 3 pointsr/boardgames

Yes, everything.

Use: KMC Perfect Fits

  • Relatively cheap vs premium sleeves
  • Always available in bulk
  • Great uniformity between packs
  • Adequate protection for adults
  • Perfect size for US Standard cards
  • Card won't slip out
  • Minimal bulk so cards still stack
  • Corners won't stab your hands
  • Crystal clear
  • KMC is legit
  • Still available when you buy expansions

    Every Standard size card I own goes in those, and weird shapes go in Sleeve Kings, Mayday's founder's attempt at making a better product from the ground up.
u/hittintrees · 3 pointsr/pkmntcg

I mean it’s going to be snug. Most of the people I know who double sleeve use dragon shield tbh. You could try a different inner sleeve. Kmc is supposed to have some really nice ones.

KMC 100 Card Barrier PERFECT SIZE (10 packs/Total 1000)

u/booshmeister169 · 3 pointsr/boardgames

I use a quiver for a lot of my card games. Goes with me everywhere!

u/bkallday13 · 3 pointsr/magicTCG

Quiver - it’s sturdy and portable. I use one for commander decks and one for small card and board games -
Quiver Black Playing Card Case - Carrying Deck Case with PU Leather Exterior with Double Zipper, Dividers, Hand & Shoulder Strap - Fits up to 1300 Cards - Deck Box Compatible + 100 Card Sleeves

u/TheOnlyAlduc · 3 pointsr/KeyforgeGame
u/A_Paper_Ape · 3 pointsr/yugioh

Personally I use the Ultimate guard classic twin flip and tray deck boxes as they comfortably store my 2 double sleeved decks w/ full extra & side and have a draw for odd stuff like counters and dice. but to be honest if you only used single sleeved decks and used a shared pool of extra and side deck cards they you should be able to squeeze in 4 decks. But if your insistant on carryying 8 decks in a single box then one of your few options is the quiver.

u/Phrost_ · 3 pointsr/magicTCG
u/buoyantChicken · 3 pointsr/boardgames

I know that the quiver comes pretty highly regarded. Bonus that it's designed to be portable.

I wouldn't do it myself. I feel like I would forget about all the games I put in it. Seems like it would be harder to sell people on playing a game without the box for people to see.

u/Zylo_001 · 3 pointsr/EDH

I quite like the Quiver ( ) for carrying my decks to play. Hold about 6-7 decks in boulders + room for dice. When they go on sale they are at about $20 usd/each. Satin towers end up getting too heavy when carrying multiple of them and aren't compact. Rather just have a dice/token bag if I need one. I'd consider the Stanley cases, but I haven't seen any with square enclosures in my country.

u/KnitPrincess · 3 pointsr/EDH

Jeez, that's hard. I feel like his best bet would be this case called "The Quiver" and then a couple smaller double deck boxes like these I have both of those and they're kinda expensive, but the quiver holds 5ish double sleeved commander decks, and the ultimate guard holds 2 double sleeved commander decks plus a little dice compartment. You could probably squish a 6th in the quiver, but I would rather not risk damaging my cards. So maybe 2 quivers or some combination of quivers and double deck boxes? Or maybe a better option would be to take a look at a pirate lab bag like this one unfortunately I don't have any experience with that bag though so I can't speak for it's quality. If he doesn't like any of these I'd go check out Tolarian Community College Youtube channel, he has an entire series on deck box reviews. Good luck!

u/MustangDuvall · 3 pointsr/EDH

To carry all these, I don't think there's a good "premium" solution. However, I got the Quiver deckbox (
and it carries all 6 of my decks. Pretty nice.

u/SWTBFH · 3 pointsr/magicTCG

Cheap wood and cheap latches, no thanks. I'd rather get a(nother) Quiver. My current one is holding a 360-card cube, 200 lands, (all double sleeved) and dividers with no problem.

u/Schleckenmiester · 3 pointsr/playingcards

Caseling case ment for Cards Against Humanity but I bought it for these instead. Was only $19 on

u/stay_frosty75 · 3 pointsr/arkhamhorrorlcg

I'm copying my previous post:

I bought this off Amazon

Caseling Xtra Large Case 1650 cards

Cheap, holds 1650 cards (less sleeved I'm guessing), and has moveable dividers. Loving it. Room enough for all my cards and space to grow, and easy storage.

u/Dinfea · 3 pointsr/SWlegion

I use these pages, however they are for a smaller binder. But I load a page with the unit card, all unit specific upgrades and the things I never remove. Then I can pull the whole page and use it during play. Just flip the cards I'm not using.

Ultimate Guard Pages 14 Pocket Stand Card Sleeves (10 Piece), Black, Mini

u/BriceLamotte · 3 pointsr/EDH

I use this box :
It's recommended by the prof at the tolarian community college and by me :)
It fits 6 commander + tons of token.
Here is mine with 4 commanders, 2 unfinished ones, tokens and a double sleeved modern deck.

For taking it from one place to another, I use a normal backpack.

u/redli0nswift · 3 pointsr/dominion

I use these card boxes based on a review I saw in YouTube. It fits several expansions easily and I was concerned about the Hobby lobby case weight and ease of transporting.

u/getsniped · 3 pointsr/mtgcube

I have mine in a KMC box. Rather cheap, sturdy locking, hold sleeved cards well and in general I just wish I had bought more of the boxes.

It may not be as good as the Cube Vault, but may be a good option till that is back on the market.

I saw it in a video from The Professor - Youtube

u/jonhwoods · 3 pointsr/magicTCG

To store my cards on the shelf I use BCW cardboard boxes 500 to 800 long. Cheap and effective. These get worn out pretty quickly in a backpack though.

On the go, I use a KMC Card Barrier Box 1000. It's a little expensive, but the form factor is perfect for a backpack, the box is sturdy and my cards are well protected. The way the box is divided makes it easy to not have the cards rattle. TCC Review

u/scented_turtleshell · 3 pointsr/dropmix

I use KMC Perfect Fits and KMC Hyper Mattes to double-sleeve everything. You can still easily get a 5+ stack to read on the board with this set up.

I also use a KMC box to store everything and it works great. Sturdy, cheap, plenty of room. Definitely recommend it.

u/onyxavenger · 3 pointsr/EDH

I use the [KMC Card Box 1000] ( and have been satisfied with its capacity and durability. Single sleeved, it can hold 8 decks if you're not picky (two decks will spill over the fixed dividers), or 6 decks with two nice sections for tokens/counters/dice.
EDIT: Fixed link

u/Invictus_Sky · 3 pointsr/yugioh

Are the sleeves you're referring too these KMC perfect fits? -

I always used these for my binder as double sleeves and I love them, but I find it kinda hard to shuffle with them sometimes and they kind of slide off PC white easily as well.

u/SecretCabalJamie · 3 pointsr/boardgames

These are my favorite card sleeves. Card Barrier Perfect Size.

I like them because they fit standard cards perfectly. A lot of sleeves have some space between the card and the sleeve edge... these have virtually no space... very snug fit.

u/DanniDorrito · 3 pointsr/AnimalCrossing

Amazon have them but sadly the prices aren't great. I've came across the same problem as you're having too. For now I've ordered a 3-ring binder along with pocket pages and also some sleeves. The sleeves and pocket pages arrived a couple of days ago and the sleeves fit perfectly into the pocket pages. I'm still waiting on the binder but I'm looking forward to it. Least this'll keep my cards safe until I get my hands on albums.

Sorry I can't be of more help!

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/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/Popesta · 3 pointsr/boardgames

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

u/WhatDaFuckIsReddit · 3 pointsr/vinyl

Just got a huge collection from my dad (lucky me) contains some first prints of Led Zeppelin II and IV (US not Germany) and tons of other beauties (my fave Steve Miller Band's first album first print) and I would just like to know the best way to keep them you know, safe. They aren't all the best quality condition wise but they're from my dad, so you know, sentimental.

I found these but i don't know if this is what I need i'm a complete noob. Is there something like a filer that I could use instead so i could sort it by artists?

Also, about something to actually keep them in besides a tub? I'll be listening to them all the time cause I absolutely love the sound of a nice vinyl on high quality speakers. I'm quit low on money so anything cheap would work I'm not worried about looking like the fanciest guy in town. I'm lucky enough with the speakers I have and the albums I attained.

u/gkb182x · 3 pointsr/Blink182

You should invest in some of these.
Shrink wrap continues to shrink over time and can bend the corners. Just a thought.

u/radddchaddd · 3 pointsr/vinyl

A record shop I frequent uses these, which are exceptionally sturdy and accommodate most gatefolds with no issue.

For singles, I use these. They are not as sturdy but accomodate singles just fine.

u/DOMAN127 · 3 pointsr/vinyl

For outer sleeves, I use these. They're inexpensive (100 for $15, sometimes less since Amazon changes the price sometimes) and are crystal clear enough that you can see the album art through without any cloudiness or discoloration. This is useful so that it doesn't become hard to read the spines on your shelf; other sleeves I've used have posed that issue.

For inners, I should be buying diskkeepers but I'm too lazy and haven't gotten around to it. I also have ~425 records in my collection, many of which are more than one disc, so I know it would take fucking forever to get through all of them with replacement sleeves.

u/mattjonz · 3 pointsr/vinyl

I use these and have never had a problem with them. I like that they aren't too big, aren't too small. I think they're juuusst right.

u/johnjust · 3 pointsr/magicTCG
  1. KMC does sell clear Hyper Mattes.

  2. There are some unfun Planes, but probably only 4-5 at the most. You can find 6 to remove probably, but it leaves you with no extras. In the end, it's unfortunate to have to buy 3, but at least you have extras (which can also be used for Archenemy or oversized Commander cards). In fact, you can get a 2-pack from Amazon for around the same price as one single pack (which is weird), so you might just want to get 2 of those. As mentioned, there is an oversized deck box for holding them as well.

  3. Not really - you'd be better off carrying the 4 decks in a fat pack/deck builder's toolkit box.

  4. Probably not - again, you'd be better off carrying the 4 decks in a fat pack/deck builder's toolkit box.

  5. I'd save the box, as using it with sleeved cards/deck boxes (other than the provided slide boxes) wasn't really the intended purpose. The box itself is so thin (in depth) that I don't think even removing the plastic inner piece would allow it to fit regular deck boxes inside. Moreover, a box that size won't fit into a bag easily, whereas a fat pack box and the oversized deck box will fit almost anywhere (allowing you to preserve the original box for display/something else).

    Edit: Additionally, the Planar die that comes with the set is about 2x the size of a normal Planar die, so even finding a place for that is hard. I carry around a set of Chessex dice - the plastic case has some extra room for a normal Planar die if you have one of those sitting around (you basically put the d4, d6, d8 and Planar die at the bottom, then the d20/d10 next and the d12/d10 on top of that - should be an almost perfect fit). Or, you could always use a regular d6 and use 1/6 for Chaos/Planeswalk, respectively.

    Edit 2 - Forgot about the Planechase tokens... they're double-sided, so grab a pack of penny sleeves for those - that way, they're protected and still easy to use on both sides. You should have enough room left in the fat pack/deck builder's toolkit box for them along with the 4 double-sleeved decks.
u/vonDinobot · 3 pointsr/TransformersTCG

These are fine options:

I have the first one. It easily fits 2 decks and you can take out the piece that makes it into seperate compartments if you want it to hold all your large cards. I do that sometimes for trading, I just keep my battle cards in a regular deckbox if I do.

The second box doesn't do that, though.

u/DarthDadaD20 · 3 pointsr/magicTCG

Ultra Pro Magic the Gathering: MTG Mana Magnetic Flip Box are by far my favorite:

u/Myst132 · 3 pointsr/magicTCG

I've got one of these deck boxes and I love it! Some cool playmat would be good too, like this one. Personally I'd rather not just get a card, because those are everywhere. The playmats and deckboxes or even sleeves are where it's at. Maybe even a print of a card?

Although, as everyone else is saying, packs are cool too because of the surprise factor. I'd suggest a combination of one of the above along with a pack or two if possible.

u/Jables237 · 3 pointsr/magicTCG

They would be a cheap gift imo. They are only a few bucks. If you want a good gift box try one of these.

u/thedarkhaze · 3 pointsr/magicTCG

Ultra Pro does have a higher quality line the magnetic flip box but you are paying quite a bit more for it.

u/mtd14 · 3 pointsr/Entrepreneur

Yeah I've always thought it would improve any existing commander deck box (like these Ultra Pros), but don't know enough about crafting to make it one for myself.

If you make it happen let me know and I'll help you advertise. I have a moderately sized MTG playerbase that follows me on tumblr (7.4k), and I'm sure I'm not the only one who would be interested.

u/[deleted] · 3 pointsr/magicTCG

This type of deck box works well for me.

u/Jokers247 · 3 pointsr/ImperialAssaultTMG

Do you own everything?

I use the Plano tackle box, DVD case, and Card binder storage solution and it works really well.

so another user posted this except for he linked the wrong storage box. Ill link the storage box that would work for it all. If you paint minis then i would suggest possibly felt/foam lining the plano storage boxes. This really is a great way to store the game.
Pie in the sky way to store everything: For map tiles: AmazonBasics Nylon CD/DVD Wallet (128 Capacity)
For command cards/character and imperial decks: BCW PRO 16-POCKET PAGE - TOPLOAD - (20 CT. PACK) FOR X-WING AND ARMADA UPGRADES
For agenda cards and mission cards: Ultra Pro 25/9 Pocket Page Protectors
Putting them in a binder lets you more easily find a specific card they fit in these sheets even with card sleeves. I bought a nice binder that has slip sleeves in it so that I can store all the rules and skirmish/mission pamphlets along with the sleeved card sheets.The CD case holds any tile 4 spaces wide I keep the larger tiles separate and was able to fit every expansion in the CD case.
For the minis and everything else: Plano Angled Tackle System 732

u/hereforthepoints · 3 pointsr/churning

I bought a binder and filled with trading card sleeves (

Wrap the receipt around the card. Just in case.

u/mene3381 · 3 pointsr/HotPeppers

Baseball car sleeves:


These and any old binder will do! I just germinated 3 year old seeds with a high success rate that were stored in this way. Just gotta make sure they're totally dry before storing

u/ShockwaveMTME · 3 pointsr/EDH

May i suggest this?

It allows you to keep 3 double sleeved Decks easily.

This may also suit your needs if you prefer a more fashionable exterior and secured from accidental opening.

u/rickboo · 3 pointsr/FourSouls

Ultimate Guard UGD010085 - Stack...

I got this one :)
All the cards fit in there, and the expension too i hope.

u/Hero_of_Hyrule · 3 pointsr/hearthstone

Well I play Legacy and Modern, so I have some fairly pricy cards that I want to protect. Proper doublesleeving makes your cards nearly waterproof, and all but impervious to spills or mishaps. It also protects the cards really well from scratches. Lastly, if I want to put my cards in new sleeves, I don't have to fully remove them from sleeves, the perfect fit can stay on as I swap out sleeves. And the Japanese sleeves were probably KMCs, like mine.

u/RecessiveIbis · 3 pointsr/pkmntcg

I highly recommend trading on /r/pkmntcgtrades, just read up on the guidelines before you do.

Purchase some top loaders and penny sleeves. Place cards into penny sleeve into top loader, and use a bit of scotch tape to make sure they don't slide out.

You can either mail with (bubble mailer) or without tracking (plain white envelope). I always use some extra paper to make sure the envelope doesn't collapse on itself if I ship without tracking. If the cards are expensive, always use tracking and a bubble mailer.

For payment, I use paypal almost exclusively.

Good luck and have fun!

u/dj_gengar · 2 pointsr/magicTCG
u/ADClinton · 2 pointsr/mtgcube

Simple, affordable, and will protect your cards. Just bought one (I was using a Legendary: Dark City box before it). Definitely feels a lot better carrying it around in that than the cardboard box.

I store my 800 card MTG proxy cube (as thick as double sleeved cards) and carry lands separately in one of the duel deck carriers for when I build another cube so I don't have to sleeve additional basics and just carry them separately to use with every cube I own.

u/McArthurWheeler · 2 pointsr/mtgfinance

BCW boxes. You can find them at card shops all over. Sometimes shops that focus on sports cards (baseball, etc) can be cheaper on these. I have read the 5000 count boxes can't handle the weight that well so I always stuck with 3200 and below. I have all sorts of sizes and never had any issues. Most everyone uses these boxes in some capacity.

Probably is above the budget but KMC has a Card Barrier Box 1000 that is very nice for sleeved cards. I use those for most my better cards that I keep sleeved.

u/kellygene · 2 pointsr/magicTCG
u/bantknight · 2 pointsr/EDH

I use this KMC to hold my edh decks: Card Box 1000 The professor reviewed it and recommended it. I use it to hold 3 double sleeved decks, 4 single sleeved decks and tokens/extra cards.

u/mxzf · 2 pointsr/boardgames

What about something like this? Apparently it'll hold something like 6x 60-card decks per row, so up to 12 decks or a bit fewer plus some storage space for dice or whatever. It doesn't have perfect pre-made dividers for each and every section, but getting a slice of cardstock or foamcore to separate different decks in a compartment is trivial.

Another good idea would be to search the /r/magictcg subreddit for "multi-deck boxes" or something like that, since I'm positive the topic has come up on there a few times.

u/kdrakari · 2 pointsr/magicTCG

Those cardboard boxes are sturdier than you would think, and if they're full then that amount of magic cards is going to be cumbersome regardless of storage. One thing you can do if you're moving with them is stack them all in a big bin with a lid like this to keep them together and a bit extra protection.

If you're willing to spend extra money there are plastic boxes that work well, but something like this is a bit better than cardboard, but a lot more expensive for a lot less space.

u/rkho · 2 pointsr/mtgcube

I have a bland KMC Card Barrier Box storing my 540 Powered Cube at this time, I'm waiting on a commission from Aaron Cain that will hopefully arrive around the holidays.

Lands and tokens are in standard cardboard boxes, but those will be integrated into the wooden box once I get it.

u/thefathermapple · 2 pointsr/mtgcube

The KMC Card Box is really good. It has my dragon shield matte sleeved 360 Khan's Cube and 300 land for all my other cubes, including a Commander cube. It would be a good fit, but close.

Edit: link.

u/MaskedThespian · 2 pointsr/magicTCG

I use the KMC Card Barrier Box 1000. Each one can hold at least 7 sleeved Commander decks, perhaps more if you squeeze them in and don't mind them being separated across compartments.

u/karawapo · 2 pointsr/AscensionGame
u/relikter · 2 pointsr/magicTCG

The KMC Card Barrier Box 1000 might meet your needs. TCC reviewed it a while back.

u/Jojo_Fine · 2 pointsr/magicTCG

I just got this for my 540 card cube and it seems to fit the cards + basics really nicely. About half my cards are double-sleeved.

u/Zach02 · 2 pointsr/boardgames

I sleeved mine with

Then I made a new insert from foam core.
It just barely fits, but it does. I will try to remember to post a picture when I get home.

u/bosteen · 2 pointsr/lotrlcg

Penny sleeves have been my LotR LCG mainstay for a while now, but my head has been turned by the slightly more expensive 'inner' sleeve packs. Made for obsessive M:tG players to doublesleeve their cards, these are like penny sleeves that fit the cards precisely. No gaps, snug fit.

Scuse the UK amazon link, but these are the ones I have bought:

I may, slowly, use these to resleeve my character cards, as the flabby overhang on the penny sleeves just looks and feels terrible by comparison. These perfect fit ones have ruined the others for me! Get them at your own risk!

u/Hydrox6 · 2 pointsr/pkmntcgcollections

The formats are always {set} onwards. Any set released after the given set, including the given set, is legal in that format. The current standard format, for example, is Primal Clash onwards.

Something worth noting is, as Bulbapedia says, a set is only legal after 3 fridays of release in the US. This doesn't mean you can't play the cards you get, it just means you can't use them in official events (though I'd make sure that whoever you're against is okay with you using the new cards first).

The format usually changes late August/early September, and while Expanded is still Black & White onwards, Standard is always a much smaller card pool, to allow variety and newer cards. Sets usually stick around for 2 years (ish).

Either way, have fun with collecting. There's no better feeling than pulling an amazing card. I highly recommend double sleeve-ing your most valuable/favourite cards (a perfect fit upside-down, then a regular sleeve over the top), as this will protect them from liquids pretty well.

u/BlueFlygon · 2 pointsr/PokemonTCG

Perfect fit sleeves fit your card... well, perfectly. They are just barely bigger than the card and are meant to be used with regular sleeves. Just an added layer of protection. I used to use them when I played MTG for some of my super expensive decks. They make your decks super bulky and I personally don’t think they are necessary unless you are playing some super expensive cards or if you wanna add a tiny degree of water protection to your cards. Also be warned that some people claim that certain kinds of perfect fits can warp your cards.
here is a link for perfect fits

Penny sleeves are way bigger than cards and can offer some protection if you’re just putting cards in a binder or top loader. They’re not really for playing. (Your cards will fall out and it will be impossible to shuffle.) Most people use them for storage. Personally I use them when I mail cards in a trade or something. It’s really not doing much except maybe protection from scratches. When I say they are big I mean you could probably put 5-7 cards in 1 penny sleeve.

here is a link for penny sleeves

Hope I could help

never tried and never will try. Don’t take my word for it.

u/Blodeuyn · 2 pointsr/magicTCG

I do this with my Scion Dragon Tribal EDH deck. I can't tell you his setup, but I can tell you what I've found to work well:

KMC Perfect Fits, as the inner-sleeve, put on upside down, so the opening is at the bottom of the card.

Any Normal Sleeve works as your mid sleeve. For the tightest fit, use KMC Matte (NOT SILK); however I use Ultra-Pro Illustrated ones, because the outer sleeves make the shuffle feel nice; so no worries about the middle one. These are put on normally, opening at the top of the card.

Finally, KMC Character Guards. These go on upside down, with the openings at the bottom; and make the deck feel like a more smooth KMC shuffle-feel. Wonderful together, but be prepared for a REALLY thick deck. Can be tough to shuffle all the cards with smaller hands.

In total; you'll need 1 set of Inner-Sleeves; 1-2 Sets of Middle-Sleeves depending if you buy a back with at least 100 in it; or if you just get a couple packs of 60-80; and 2 packs of Outer Sleeves. It can be a bit pricy, but nothing protects like it; 'cept maybe a top loader over each, haha.

Hope this helps!

EDIT: While I would 100% Recommend Dragon Shield Matte sleeves to anyone who plays Magic; I wouldn't recommend Triple sleeving with them as the middle sleeve. They're a little taller than most other sleeves, and might stick out more with the outer-sleeves. Haven't tested, but be Wary; like good ol' Norin.

u/pastarific · 2 pointsr/boardgames

> Sentinels, 7 Wonders, Pandemic

For non-CCGs I use KMC Perfect Fit sleeves. They're super thin (doesn't completely wreck deck/stack height,) fit cards quite snugly, and provides plenty of scuff/wet protection as well as easier/side shuffling.

My RFTG+expansions, Pandemic, and Netrunner are all fully sleeved with them. Probably have over a thousand cards sleeved in them so far.

I'm really surprised nobody else really seems to use them. They're kind of pricey for not-exactly-penny-sleeves but the production tolerances obviously much stricter. (Last pack of cheap sleeves I got essentially had two different sizes of sleeves in the same pack. They literally went in the trash.)

For MtG/CCGs where you've got single cards valued at $10+ I use Dragon Shields. For drafting I sleeve everything Perfect Fits. Just because its better than playing raw.


edit: In my experience, all sleeves are oil slick when they're fresh. Play a couple times to break them in and they're fine.

Regarding dragon sleeves and splitting, I find Dragon Sleeves split FAR more often than Perfect Fits. Maybe all KMCs are better in that regard, or maybe fitting much tighter just means less stuff to snag. To Dragon Sleeves' credit, you get 105-110 in a "box of 100" so you do have some extras when they split. It would be infuriating to buy a box of a certain color for a MtG Commander deck (100 cards exactly,) have one split, and then need to buy another entire box of that color.

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/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/precordial_thump · 2 pointsr/boardgames

There's a pack of those Amazon cards in sets of 1,000 for a better deal.

I sleeved my entire Legendary with them and am incredibly satisfied with them. As long as you're not expecting a super tight fit, they'll be fine.

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/latetothetable · 2 pointsr/boardgames

Amazon is basically my go-to for almost everything.

If you want dirt cheap then go for these. My problem with them is that they are HORRIBLE for shuffling unless if they get worn out a bit.

My current go-to's are these. Roughly about 500% more expensive than the ones above, but I have absolutely 0 complaints with them. They are solid, have a back and they shuffle very well out of the bag.

u/Ryanharsch77 · 2 pointsr/KGATLW

I like these
BCW 1-RSLV 33 RPM Record Sleeves (100 Count)

Also have them in an IKEA Kallax shelf, to prevent Ringwear I don’t pack them in too tight

u/Dirttymike · 2 pointsr/vinyl

Process of any record I receive. Open it, air spray big dust particles off, use cleaner with a simple microfiber cloth (i damp the cloth) after that I put back all the internals into the record sleeve and then put the actual record in some good inner sleeves and put it behind the record sleeve and put all of that in some simple outer sleeves. I do this to every record and I do it because I value the money I put into my collection and would like to prevent wear and tear (I have a 13 month old daughter on the lose) especially for trading purposes in the future.

u/electric_dolphin · 2 pointsr/vinyl

I find it's best stored in damp, warm places, or if possible near open flame. Under a furnace, or near but not in, a fireplace.

Yeah you're fine dude. Vertical is best. If you wanna preserve the jacket, get outer sleeves like these and keep the record in the sleeve alongside the jacket, in the clear outer sleeve. Then you won't end up with ringwear on the jacket after a couple years.

u/BrainlessProdigy · 2 pointsr/vinyl

This is probably not a popular choice for outer sleeves but I bought these since they were cheaper and I think they're great. I've had no problems with them except it's a little hard to get double LPs in them sometimes.

u/designersquirrel · 2 pointsr/vinyl

For inner sleeves I use Mobile Fidelity Master Sleeves Amazon

For outer sleeves I'm not terribly concerned so I use the cheap ones Amazon

u/mundet · 2 pointsr/vinyl

These are the ones I use on all 400+ of my records. Sometimes you have to put gatefolds in on a different side than the rest, but they do the job.

u/razaflame · 2 pointsr/magicTCG

Using this one

Just one fits all 2009 and 2012 and promo sleeved Planes after you take the freely removable divider out

u/Lilgodzilla6 · 2 pointsr/magicTCG

This should work.

As well as this

The worst case is you buy the cheaper one and you're out a few bucks. I would recommend however, checking around your LGS to see if they have any options there that they could let you try out or use to see if you like it.

u/vatechguy · 2 pointsr/magicTCG

I like the duel deck boxes - UltraPro makes a generic version of it.

(Take the actual deck boxes out of it and it fits the oversized sleeved planechase cards.)

u/kbergstr · 2 pointsr/bladesinthedark

Use sports card album pages like these- just staple them on

u/ChromeEagle · 2 pointsr/dndnext
u/JoshGiff · 2 pointsr/ImperialAssaultTMG

For map tiles: AmazonBasics Nylon CD/DVD Wallet (128 Capacity)

For command cards/character and imperial decks: BCW PRO 16-POCKET PAGE - TOPLOAD - (20 CT. PACK) FOR X-WING AND ARMADA UPGRADES

For agenda cards and mission cards: Ultra Pro 25/9 Pocket Page Protectors

Putting them in a binder lets you more easily find a specific card they fit in these sheets even with card sleeves. The CD case holds any tile 4 spaces wide I keep the larger tiles separate and was able to fit every expansion in the CD case.

u/muskett32 · 2 pointsr/swdestiny
u/cstansbury · 2 pointsr/magicTCG

> I'm wondering how I should organize, store, and use my cards.

For me, I went with BCW boxes for commons and uncommons, sorted by set, then color. UltraPro page protectors for 3 ring binder for my rares, foils, and mythics.

The Professor has a video on how to store your M:tG cards.

u/BigBoss928 · 2 pointsr/XWingTMG

I have been having the same issue trying to figure out how I want to store all my dials and tiles. I have noticed that if you want to do binders that the small base tiles fit into the old 1.0 Mini upgrade card sized pages, the medium fit into the Normal card sized pages and the large bases fit into the 4 Slot sheets. In terms of dials I have been reading that people have been using These sheets. I have been on the fence about using binders for these, but I already have a box of 100 mini upgrade sheets from 1.0 that I still have like 80% of because I bought it before 2.0 was announced thinking I would need them. I was considering doing card and coin boxes for them. I know Coin boxes are popular as well for dials and small bases, but for the medium and large I don't really have a solution to those right now. I know I can fit the large into Card boxes, but I don't know if there is a better solution for medium bases.

u/Zaccea · 2 pointsr/AnimalCrossing

I currently have mine in a Nyan Cat deck box that I picked up years ago during a Friday Night Magic. Of course, I have more cards than the box can hold now lol! So I ordered a customized binder and I'm waiting for it to arrive in the mail this week!

Once it gets here I'm planning on using the Ultra Pro binder pages and sorting them.. somehow! I was thinking of doing it numerically, but it would be easier to find a specific card if they were sorted alphabetically.

It's too bad I'm not interested in the Welcome Amiibo series because the sideways cards would fit my side loading deck box perfectly..

u/Tigeri102 · 2 pointsr/DnD

i would start by advising some QoL adjustments to his spell sheet - i myself, ESPECIALLY for classes like clerics which have their full spell list, like to color-code things that i can do on a bonus action and/or that take concentration, and ofc mark off anything that's domain, from a feat, from a race, etc so i don't confuse myself when prepping my shit. that on its own can clear up a lot. if i, say, use my action to toll the dead, i'll take a quick scan through my spell sheet, look for the blue dots i used to mark off bonus actions, and maybe throw out a healing word or spiritual weapon. it can also help to make an additional, filtered list of actions, bonus actions, etc that you use commonly - going through your entire spell sheet and character sheet can be overwhelming, so having a condensed list of everything you use frequently in one place can be handy.

i also went ahead and invested in spell cards and card pages to keep them in - having them as a quick reference is handy, i just keep them in the same binder i keep my sheets in and flip to them when i need to make some decisions.

i will say, the main thing that keeps my cleric so busy in combat is his personality. he's VERY protective, always concerned about his party members, so when i play him in combat, i'm usually trying frantically to make the most of my turn to that effect. i'll use sanctuary on the utility-focused bard and use my movement to get in front of everyone to take hits, or healing word the barbarian while using my action to pry the monk out of a monster's grip, to use some examples from my last session. obviously that kind of thing is gonna differ from character to character, but he could try, if he hasn't already, thinking about what specifically his character wants to accomplish in the average combat, and from there, think every turn about how to best use the tools available to achieve that goal.

u/SCAposting · 2 pointsr/kpophelp

Yes! I use ultra pro pages from Amazon.

u/bdfull3r · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Because my expensive pieces of cardboard aren't good enough with one piece of plastic to protect them

u/xbrianxlorenzo · 2 pointsr/cardsagainsthumanity
u/maximumbamboozle · 2 pointsr/yugioh


u/josandercock · 2 pointsr/magicTCG

Ultra pro sell these six compartment deck boxes with enough room for 6 decks I believe. I can’t remember what they’re called but they’re a clear acrylic material and relatively cheap. I’ll try to find them online.

So it’s ultimate guard that sell the 6 compartment boxes: 6 deck box

And ultra pro sell these 4 compartment boxes: 4 deck box

u/glennfk · 2 pointsr/magicTCG
u/default_T · 2 pointsr/bootlegmtg

These are the cheapest I can find the sleeves: it sounds like you already have the perfect fits.

I forgot to post the link to black lotus before but here it is:

I'm not sure if they'll have all the cards you need but hopefully its a start.

Don't be too nervous about your cards either. Most people don't pull out your cards while they read them, and with the two sleeves I doubt anyone will notice anything strange.

u/aGoodGamingName · 2 pointsr/twitchplayspokemon

Instead of linoleum try some card sleeves, maybe some from a magic the gathering site or similar. I use [these] ( but theres the slightly larger ones, [these] ( although im not sure how big those cards are, try looking around and you might find some nice card sleeves.

u/CaptainAsparagus · 2 pointsr/boardgames

I'm using the KMC Hyper Matte Sleeves.

I like them because they're slightly textured on the back and not as slippery as other sleeves. The cards fit very nicely in them.

I linked the black ones to you through Amazon. They have white, dark blue, and maroon as other color options. Also note that you'll have to buy 2 of these packs to have enough for Star Realms.

I store the game in an Ultra Pro Dual Deck Box.

u/alSeen · 2 pointsr/boardgames

I also find it amusing that some of the customer images on the KMC Hypermatte sleeves are of people sleeving Exploding Kittens.

Thank you for mentioning these though. I wasn't aware of the matte versions. I'll probably pick up a pack or two for Keyforge.

u/Jaythe2nd630 · 2 pointsr/pkmntcgcollections

I use KMC perfect size and standard size hyper matte. But if you’re going with the kmc standard size, make sure you get the new ones (link below), cause I read their previous ones weren’t the best but they’re fixed now.

Perfect size
KMC 100 Card Barrier PERFECT SIZE (10 packs/Total 1000)

Standard size
KMC Full Size Hyper Matte Sleeves (80-Pack), Black, Standard Size, Fits MtG, Weiss, Pokemon

u/Asclepius24 · 2 pointsr/pkmntcg

Not a theme deck, but this is probably the best thing for new players to learn on. Theme decks are really crummy and slow and don't give a good "feel" for what the game is actually like. This Mewtwo vs. Darkrai pack is straightforward enough that new players can learn on it but also well-built enough that it won't be boring.

I would definitely, definitely suggest getting enough sleeves for the decks though since the cards that come in there are worth more resale than the $30 you'll spend on the decks. One pack of these for the Darkrai deck and another of these for Mewtwo would work if you like color-coordination :)

u/SnickySnacks · 2 pointsr/dropmix

So it looks like the cards are 63.5mm by 88mm.

If I wanted to be parnoid and double sleeve these, I would want to get like this:

And this:

Does that look right?

Any suggestions on card cases to hold the whole collection? The dragon shield boxes seem to hold 100 or 400 cards, but reviews aren't clear if I can stuff all 300 cards in there double sleeved, since it makes them a bit thicker. Any suggestions on a box that will hold the entire season's set of cards?

Or am I overthinking it and should just get like a generic white cardboard box?

u/Myztical · 2 pointsr/magicTCG

I highly recommend KMC Hyper Matte Sleeves (80-Pack)


u/Geekken · 2 pointsr/arkhamhorrorlcg

I'd consider buying a few extra packs of sleeves as expansions roll out. You can get penny sleeves which can avoid typical wear and tear, shuffle decently, and won't break your bank.

u/Plausible_Lies · 2 pointsr/magicTCG

You can always just buy penny sleeves. Here is 500 sleeves for 6.85 they are fairly low quality which should be apparent by the price, but they will help preserve them a little bit. They also are a lot easier to work with than laminating as well.

u/Inquisitor_ForHire · 2 pointsr/Malifaux

So... to answer the second part of your question... card protection:

I(and basically everyone around me) uses these:
They're slightly loose on the cards which I like... makes them easier to get in and out if needed. You can get tighter ones that fit like a glove, but I like the slightly looser ones. Just need to be consistent in loading them so your marks line up on the wound circles.

For organization, I use these binders:

They're available in colors... I can get two complete factions in a binder. So I've got a Green one that houses Rezzers/Neverborn, and a Red one with Guild/Ten Thunders. 9 pockets per page... I tend to group everything by role... so a "page" for masters, a page for totems, then Henchmen, enforcers, minions, etc. I put "page" in quotes because it's really two pages as there's plenty of room to space everything out. For upgrades, I keep them grouped by crew and there's enough room for them to stay seperate and not get mixed together. Dupes I just stack in the same pocket... so things like Rotten Belles only take one slot.

Nice thing about the binders is the pockets are "side loading" so stuff isn't sliding out of the binder. I tried 3 ring binders with the pocket pages in them at the start and the top loading really sucked. Plus these take up less space in my bag... I generally carry two factions with me when I'm playing, but in my bag I keep all my cards (three notebooks) to keep things consistent, so saving space is helpful.

u/rkbwe · 2 pointsr/Gloomhaven

I ordered the mayday mini sleeves for my game and now I'm worried about it.

These are the sleeves I ordered:

Full Size
& Mini

Should I just go ahead and return them all? Do you have any recommendations for sleeves?

u/Keethus · 2 pointsr/pokemon

And be sure to get your hands on sleeves. There are a lot of different ones. I'll tell you the ones I use once I'm home :)



Regular Soft Card Sleeves These are the regular sleeves. They are a little bit bigger than the cards

Perfect Fit Sleeves These sleeves perfectly fit the cards with almost no space at the sides.


I combine them with the regular sleeves. I use them upside down so that the opening is at the bottom at the card and then put them into a regular sleeve. So it's 100% protected from dust


I put them into a binder after that so there is not too much exposure too the sunlight

u/ShinakoX2 · 2 pointsr/boardgames
u/Stimulate2Emulate · 2 pointsr/yugioh

Those cardinal binders look nice, but are awfully expensive on Amazon for me.

Moving on, to answer some of your questions (and to ask some of my own), what sleeves do you recommend? I found these, would they suffice for ultra pro 9 pocket pages? Or do I want something a little thicker? I chose those because they are on the cheaper side, from what I've read review wise, they are also thin, however.

As for how many cards I have right now, none, I'm going to be buying a lot of singles via eBay until I complete my original binder(s) of holos. So I'm completely rebuilding my collection from scratch.

Last question, what is the difference between a trade binder and a 3-ring binder, or is a trade binder just what you call a 3-ring binder where you put your rarest cards that are up for trade?

u/Engineerbob · 2 pointsr/EDH

I picked up one of these, and really like it!

I can fit 2 decks in it, one in each tray, then where the "oversized" cards are supposed to go, I put two top loaders which hold each commander. I keep the rest of my decks in fat pack boxes... but I am looking to either get more of the tower boxes, or find another solution for bulk decks.

I keep my dice in a Canon lens bag like this They make great dice bags, and dont cost anything if you buy a fancy lens first!

I usually carry everything in my camera backpack it works great to have a backpack that is already designed to hold heavy junk. (plus, I can bring my camera too)

u/october_5 · 2 pointsr/magicTCG

This has been around for a while and you can find an unmarked one here

It's actually my favorite deck box. I love putting sleeves in along with some basic lands, pen and paper and dice and going to a draft with everything I need. It's bulky, but I can just grab this thing and hold on to it rather than taking a whole backpack.

I have owned several and found the one major weakness to be the magnetic closure. Some boxes the closure may not eb set in properly and this will cause the closure to be weak. On those boxes I used low profile velcro ovals to fasten the box closed and it works just as well. On other boxes the magnets work just fine.

u/IceRay42 · 2 pointsr/Netrunner

For deck boxes I recommend a Pro Tower Deck Box which conveniently holds two fully sleeved decks, and has additional space for any bits, or backup decks you'd like to carry. Once I got tired of sifting through an unsorted compartment for bits, I spent a few dollars on a small tackle box (I use this) to keep things sorted.

As for sleeves, this is a much more personal preference issue, but like Anlysia mentioned you're looking for "standard" TCG sized sleeves. Fantasy Flight has their own brand, but it'll come down to what you're looking for. Some people like to have cool cardbacks/art, some play strictly for the feel of the sleeve, and still others measure them strictly on durability.

For my money, I swear by Dragon Shield Mattes

They feel wonderful, stand up well over time, and come in all of the 5 colors of MtG. 10 bucks will be enough sleeves for both a runner and a corp deck, so they're not cheap, as sleeves go, but earn their investment over time.

u/firedogee · 2 pointsr/StarWarsArmada

This is my solution from Harbor Freight (used 20% of coupons for everything). The Aluminum case includes pluck foam and it is really nice looking for the price. It fits this command/speed dial case and this
tokens/dice case very well.

I use one of their larger plastic divider small parts cases for squadrons and ship bases. As you can tell, I don't like the more popular tackle/stacking box approach very much.

For all my cards I use this bc I can't stand binder sheets...

u/ClassH · 2 pointsr/legendarymarvel

A lot of people recommend sleeves that are a bit bigger than the card and I dont know why. I tried quite a few and hated them. Then I found KMC perfect fit, they are still cheap but fit the cards almost exact, barely tell they are there.

u/NaughtyRhombus · 2 pointsr/PokemonTCG

For my high value cards, I double sleeve them. First I load them top first into perfect fit sleeves, then load them bottom first into a larger sleeve like the ETB sleeves. I like the extra shine from the silver on the ETB sleeves and they're nice and big. Then, they go in a top loader.

For any mid-range cards I at least put them in a single sleeve.

At a minimum, you should be putting cards you care about into sleeves and then a top loader. Putting the open end of the sleeve down into the top loader would definitely be better to protect against dust or accidental water exposure.

u/villa4876 · 2 pointsr/pkmntcgcollections
u/HitenStyle · 2 pointsr/pkmntcg

You've received some great advice. Here's my take (after watching countless hours of the Professor on Tolarian Community College youtube channel).

  • The ultra pro deck boxes are a great start!
  • For about the same price, try out the ultra pro 'pro-dual' deck box. It holds two decks (or one deck plus dice/counters) all in one convenient spot! (link)
  • The elite trainer boxes are a great value, and the box is excellent for storing cards. You can put cards in directly (like the picture provided above) or you can even fit the Ultra Pro deck boxes inside. (link
  • The elite trainer box also includes card sleeves that you can use to protect your kids' deck. These are not the strongest sleeves, but they look great and are much better than nothing. If the kids are yanking cards in and out of these they may get beat up pretty quickly, so you'll have to decide if it's worth using sleeves at this point.
  • Inner sleeves (or penny sleeves) are clear transparent sleeves. These will provide a bit of protection and can be used permanently (no need to ever take them out of these). Cards sleeved with these can then be 'double sleeved' in the bigger outer sleeves (like the ones included in the elite trainer box) for maximum protection. Inner sleeves are slick so trying to use them without an outer sleeve may prove difficult as the cards will slide around and not stack well. (link)

    Good luck! Check out the Professor if you really want to go deep! His 'report card' is great!
    Card Storage Report Card

u/aznsk8s87 · 2 pointsr/magicTCG
u/bwest · 2 pointsr/PokemonTCG
u/slimslider · 2 pointsr/Monero

I've been looking for something like this, but I cant find everything I've searched for. When I tried to paste a link to a specific product I'm getting an internal server error. example Does the product have to be sold or fulfilled by Amazon?

u/DontAskMeToChoose · 2 pointsr/arkhamhorrorlcg

Purchased this 1000 pack of KMC and they arrived looking legit and I love them. No issues. None of the things you mentioned. These must have been official.

u/LookMomImOnRedditlol · 2 pointsr/boardgames

I wonder which sleeves you're using? I mean, you probably are truly out of space given the extra big boxes you have there, but i use these for all my card games no double sleeving, just a simple bit of protection and of course makes the cards easier to shuffle. If you're using thicker sleeves, resleeving them to these KMCs would probably save you a significant portion of space in there.

I completely agree, Upperdeck should release a collectors box. I heard they were going to, it was even confirmed in a youtube video where a developer mentions they were working on that, but... where is it?


u/ShadowMoses05 · 2 pointsr/pkmntcgcollections

KMC 100 Card Barrier PERFECT SIZE (10 packs/Total 1000)

u/gelema5 · 2 pointsr/translator

Or here

u/aaronwardL69 · 2 pointsr/mtgcube

The youtuber "the Professor" reccomends KMC Hyper Matte's and double sleeving with them.

The below links lead to amazon bundles of them at a pretty great price.

u/CoolIdeasClub · 2 pointsr/dominion

I have bought a ton of these.

They are not great quality sleeves, but I like them because they're clear which is nice to differentiate card types for certain games and allows you to actually see the art. I also use a ton of these sleeves so this is a lot more cost efficient.

u/firedwarfs · 2 pointsr/FinalFantasyTCG

Dragon Shield Matte Black 100 Protective Sleeves

They also come in completely clear which TachiRana123 uses and a bunch of other colors too

u/Cottonjaw · 2 pointsr/Netrunner

I always recommend the Quiver. Its a little pricey (although on sale right now) but its the last deck box you will ever buy. Mine is currently holding 5 runner and 4 Corp decks, 2 MTG decks and tokens.

u/TheGuyInAShirtAndTie · 2 pointsr/magicTCG

Im a fan of the Quiver which also is conveniently wide enough to hold a Sign in Blood Life Pad and deep enough I can store a couple small Chessex containers.

u/Hasuko · 2 pointsr/boardgames

I think you might have misunderstood my question... I mean something like this:

But I'm looking specifically for one that works well with oversized cards.

u/Bioq · 2 pointsr/mtgcube

QuiverTime $40 zipper closed, includes shoulder strap, and fits a 360 cube perfectly.

u/viticulturalist · 2 pointsr/boardgames

If you're looking for a more affordable solution, I would recommend buying this case card ($20) for storing deckboxes + bagged components. You would then use something like a laptop sleeve ($10) to store boards and other paper bits.

u/wurms2 · 2 pointsr/XWingTMG

This case here at AMAZON

I use it for my tournaments for passed 3 years. IMG HERE and HERE

Awhile back, I got velcro strips, and made loops, TO DO THIS It keeps the ships very secure when traveling around in a backpack. And at tourneys, no worrying about them falling over.

u/ScaryCookieMonster · 2 pointsr/XWingTMG

These Ultra Pro sleeves? I have them and really like them, although I've never used the FFG ones, so I can't give you a comparison there. And there are 3 reviews on that Amazon page, all positive.

u/thetunnelrat · 2 pointsr/XWingTMG

I do mine like LTJkrazyglue04, but without the alphabetical order. However, I have 2 binders. In one i have the factions pilot cards, then their faction restricted cards, then the next faction and so on. Then in the second binder I have all of the non faction restricted cards sorted by type and points. I use full size binders though as my collection quickly outgrew the capacity of the Ultimate Guard Binder you linked to. I use the standard sleeves and these:

u/Melphor · 2 pointsr/XWingTMG

Ultra Pro sheets are definitely cheaper too. You can buy 100 for $20. I also have a massive 4 inch 3-ring binder that holds all the pilot and upgrade cards I am not currently using.

If you want to carry around only the upgrades that you play with then /u/neexneex has a good option. If you want something cheap and efficient to store your extra cards then my way works just fine.

u/Cspaulding · 2 pointsr/wastelandwarfare

I sleeved them with FFG red, Mini European sleeves.

Additionally, this holds those cards very nicely (even when sleeved):

Also, these are fun, and you might find them useful (The large and small cards fit sleeved in this):

u/LogicBalm · 1 pointr/VS2PCG

I think it was these

I will be the first to admit that they are cheap sleeves and probably not intended for gaming but they are inexpensive and so I can have all my cards in my collection sleeved and not resleeve when they go in or out of my decks. I keep everything in the Core box but organized well enough that I can find any card I need quickly.

u/TheYellowTea · 1 pointr/Netrunner

Sorry but it can't hold all of the tokens. I would say it fits about half of them. This is totally enough for me and I take this setup to tournaments and gamenights. But if you want to store everything you might look for another solution.

Maybe this one Pro Tower

I have not used this but it seems like it can fit 2 decks and most or all of the tokens.

u/PHOTON_BANDIT · 1 pointr/EDH

we must be talking about different boxes lol

perhaps i wasnt using the right name lol.

this one has a magnetic latch

u/medicfourlife · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/RansomMan · 1 pointr/lotrlcg

I have most scenarios in a Go7gaming box insert (make sure you order the correct insert if you decide to go with this one; apparently there is a newer run of Lord of the Rings Card game Core boxes that were a slightly different size. The lgc-006 insert fits both sizes). I love it, but I have mostly replaced the acrylic dividers with card board dividers in order to pack as many cards as possible. Also, I don't sleeve my encounter cards.

My player cards are in a large binder with Ultra Pro, 9-pocket card pages with colored dividers for each sphere.

I have my current deck/s and scenarios along with Team Covenant Adventure Tokens and various dice (for threat tracking and willpower counting, etc.) in this deck box called the Pro Tower.

u/ManbosMambo · 1 pointr/magicTCG

They are the same size as the oversized Commander cards as well as Planechase, which I believe are all 3x5 inches.

I see that they should fit on the size chart lying down in the main compartment, but that seems like an awkward solution for people who like to keep them with their counterpart decks, as it may not close with several of these stacked beneath a deck. That's pretty much what I am wondering.

Also, it looks like if you used some of the real-estate on the bottom of the lid, you could probably add a simple means of holding oversized cards. (It's super picky, but the one thing keeping me with my current box is that it holds my Archenemy deck as well)

u/areyow · 1 pointr/boardgames

I bought This Pro Tower after someone posted it on here before. As a bit of a challenge, I made my travel box with the intent of getting a wide variety of small-box travel-easy games for between 2 and 6 players.


I've managed to fit the following games:

  • Game of Thrones: Hand of the King
  • Cockroach Poker
  • Red7
  • No Thanks!
  • Fugitive (sleeved) - without the optional game board, but with the whiteboard and marker
  • Fox in the Forest (sleeved)
  • LoveLetter/DeadDrop (sleeved)
  • Deck of Cards

    I love it and it travels with me almost everywhere. I'm debating trying to fit Mint delivery in there in lieu or Red7/Loveletter.
u/traceurling · 1 pointr/magicTCG

Sorry I'm a little confused, are you offering the KMC Hyper Matte Black or the KMC Perfect Fit, I'd trade for either but I'm more interested in the Hyper Mattes.

u/DarkStar140 · 1 pointr/cardsagainsthumanity

I use these sleeves, and they work great. KMC 100 pochettes Card Barrier Perfect Size Soft Sleeves are what they're called.
Here's the link:

My cards don't slide around at all. They're very snug in the sleeve. I can take a picture for you, if you'd like.

u/The_Last_Raven · 1 pointr/PokemonTCG

KMCs are ones that Magic players use and should work well as inner sleeves for double sleeving. My personal preference is to use KMC Hyper Mattes and over KMC perfect sleeves for inners.

I go through a TON of sleeves for MtG (play pokemon casually), so those are what I use for tournament play and the $56 is well worth it for me.

Edit: If you want to see more about sleeves for reviews, I suggest watching the Professor's channel here:

Primarily for MtG, but all of the sleeves he reviews generally are kosher for tourney play.

u/Reposer · 1 pointr/PokemonTCG

Second in regards to protecting it - the best method would be a perfect sleeve followed by any form of deck protector and then into a toploader - and of course keep it in a dark place that's relatively temperate, if possible.

In regards to your question - it really just depends on if you need money now or not. It will rise in value as time goes on for sure, so if you're not hard up just keep it.

u/Bryanfisto · 1 pointr/magicTCG

I sleeve all of the tokens my deck uses to protect the surface (for cosmetic and consistency reasons, not because I care about a <$0.01 "card"). I use KMC "perfect fits" because they're cheap in bulk, fit snug to the card, and make the surface more slippery for moving the cards around.

u/GrimSanto · 1 pointr/dropmix

Oh nice, I am totally getting that case. Thanks for the info. I ended up going with these sleves -KMC 100 pochettes Card Barrier Perfect Size Soft Sleeves, 3 Packs They fit the card just right.

u/reaper527 · 1 pointr/magicTCG

for my decks, i typically use art sleeves such as these. since art sleeves have a tendency to be hard to get the same sleeves a year or two down the road, this means i'll pick up an extra pack when i'm making a deck so if sleeves tear on me, i'll be covered.

as such, this means i have plenty of extra sleeves that i can throw in binders. i'll throw my cards in a perfect fit, then throw that in one of my art sleeves, and put that in my side load binder.

u/DragoBrokeMe · 1 pointr/boardgames

I love sleeving cards for my games! Love the feel and I actually double sleeve (these then these for regular sized cards) and generally do it while it while watching TV some night, so it's not like I have to give up time to sleeve.

u/abaloneyhasnoname · 1 pointr/pkmntcgcollections

While you may not be pricing the cards, using the pricing guide on is a good place to start organizing specific sets. It can also give you a general market value for all conditions as you are organizing. If you see the market value on a specific card is much higher than others in the set, you should consider protecting that one with penny and hard sleeves(or depending on the card, perhaps more than that). If you are going to store your cards in binders, i recommend these sleeves for inside sleeves and these sleeves for the outside soft sleeve prior to putting in a binder like this or like this.

u/dontdrinkandderive · 1 pointr/pkmntcgcollections

really....? i have these kinds that i use for all my rares/holos/full arts... ALSO, i recently ordered these yesterday because i heard their were perfect for the Rares:

Should i switch to the KMC Perfect fits when they arrive and avoid the Ultra Pro sleeves then?

u/MapleA · 1 pointr/pkmntcg

It’s better to get perfect fit cards meant for double sleeving which would fit inside of traditional sleeves. The advantage is that if any liquid spills the double sleeved cards won’t be affected at all. It has saved my ass so I double sleeve important cards and the deck I play with.

u/brand0n · 1 pointr/boardgames

hello friend, that's awesome that you have your own copy of MK. Are you shuffling cards via bending method? If so I'd try to stray from that if possible.

The KMC perfect fit sleeves are amazing.Here's the exact amazon like to the ones I ordered. There are 240 cards so this gives you 60 extra. Link

I'm waiting on coolstuffinc or amazon to stock the Lost Legion

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!

u/FriendlyScolopendra · 1 pointr/nfl

Buy perfect sleeves and a size larger of sleeves, dragon shield or the like, and then place them into binder sleeves in cool dry places.

Edit: And by perfect, I mean the perfect fit sleeves, these ones:

u/amahumahaba · 1 pointr/magicTCG

This is likely the best price you are going to get on Perfect fits. Its about what you are going to pay for 4 packs of perfect fits at a store.

As for sleeves, i would be using dragonshield matte sleeves or kmc hypermatte sleeves.

The best price on dragonshield sleeves is going to be at starcity games open events at about 8$ per box of 100. But you can get them for 10-11 at local game stores in the likely situation that you aren't particularly close to an open.

u/mirhagk · 1 pointr/magicTCG

For all my double sleeved permanent decks I use Dragon Shield Mattes with KMC perfect sizes. Dragon shields are relatively cheap and good quality and KMCs are on amazon for ~$4/100

For my draft sleeves I use ultimate guard katanas. They are lovely sleeves with amazing shuffling feel but they are harder to get/more expensive. Since my draft sleeves are the one pair of sleeves I use more than any other I shell out a bit more for them.

u/VirtualAlex · 1 pointr/boardgames

KMC perfect fit sleeves:

$23 for 1000 high quality clear sleeves.

u/trowayit · 1 pointr/arkhamhorrorlcg

I use these:

I sleeved everything with the blue/black/gray back and the act/agenda/locations. Took less than one 1000 pack Didn't do the encounters yet because I'm out of storage space and pondering how to reorganize. I sleeved fuckin everything for gloomhaven. :)

u/ComicDebris · 1 pointr/BudgetBrews

I buy these: . I guess that adds $2.78 to the deck cost.

They split sometimes. But usually I double-sleeve, so it's not a problem.

u/Integrals · 1 pointr/boardgames

I've used about 20 different sleeves and by far the best bang/buck are KMC Perfect Fits. They are also not as thick making them easier to fit in the box.

u/Maso_del_Saggio · 1 pointr/VS2PCG

Ok Thanks good to know! Right now for my old Vs system collection I use these ones:

They are very nice and transparent, even though they may be slightly too tigh, and the card tend to curve a little. In a 9 page collector after a bit the card adapt to the size, but I am not so fond of using them for cards that I use for gaming.

So I am still not sure. Maybe I will update with a post when I will try more

u/Drunkpanada · 1 pointr/boardgames

I usually go by cost. I find that even if you buy the cheaper ones the replacement cost is minimal. I usually have excess of what I use. I think I have primarily Mayday Sleeves with a sprinkling of Fantasy Flight. Also for standard size I buy this once in a while. Bulk pack of decent sleeves (I did Legendary with them, as well as many other Standard size cards)

u/GrayFawkes · 1 pointr/cardsagainsthumanity

I bought these

I really like them since they fit perfectly and snugly around the cards. The ultra pro standards are a little to big for my liking.

u/JT-Shadow · 1 pointr/legendarymarvel

I just bought 4 packs of these KMC Perfect Fit, 4000 sleeves (only 3000 needed but I want to be prepared), as soon as I realized they're the company that makes hypermat sleeves, it was an
instant buy

u/phlsphr · 1 pointr/magicTCG

Dragonshields, matte black with perfect fit sleeves (that load from the top). Load card into sleeve upside down, then put into Dragonshield right-side up.

Then, Ultimate Guard Sidewinder 80+. Five of these fit perfectly into the Ultimate Guard Superhive 550+.

Chessex dice are great for the dice tray. Now, the dice tray in the Superhive is a little awkward, and dice fall out easily or it jams sometimes while trying to pull it out or put it back. So I use a spice bag to hold the dice (also helps make sure they don't just fall everywhere when pulling the tray out, etc.)

And, of course, my two favorite playmats fit in the Superhive as well.

u/tlamy · 1 pointr/pkmntcg

I can't really find pictures of the sleeves themselves either, so if I remember to snap a couple pics when I get home from work in a couple hours I will. There are a ton of colors, but make sure you're getting the ones with the triangular label like the one listed here. Those are the newer, higher-quality ones. The ones with the rectangular label (where it says the color) is older and of lower quality.

u/levu12 · 1 pointr/PokemonTCG

Ultra pro clear is good, but I prefer Dragon Shield Clear or Dragon Shield Matte Black

u/psychgrad · 1 pointr/KeyforgeGame

Do they mean sleeves like this?

Dragon Shield Matte Black 100 Protective Sleeves

u/Rabdar · 1 pointr/mtgcube

I had a cube of 360 cards and 40 of each land. So I ended up getting 6 boxes of Dragon shields.

They are 10.49 a box here on amazon. Each box has 100 sleeves so that gave me enough to sleeve my cube, my lands and had some extras just in case.

u/kamikageyami · 1 pointr/mtgcube

I have mine double sleeved with these for perfect fit and these for the outer sleeves. Fits perfectly and feels great to shuffle

u/I_Hate_Robots · 1 pointr/pkmntcg

Best bet for storing a large lot of cards is cardboard boxes such as those you're seeing online. Anything will do, really. If you're concerned about the long term health of the cards you'll need to keep them in a watertight container in a temperature controlled room.

As for card sleeves, most folks will use one of the following (listed from most to least durable, roughly):

u/PS_WAAAGGHHH · 1 pointr/tabletopgamedesign

I’ve home printed well over 1000 cards over the last few years. Here’s the supplies I use:

Cheap Standard Playing Cards:

Dragon Shield sleeves: (better feel, opacity, and no watermark)

Optional new addition, Dragon Shield Smoke sleeves: (Love these things)

Cutting: Heavy box cutter, metal ruler, cutting surface.

Paper: Prefer 25-30lbs, but really anything. (free is best)

Then: Load all your playing cards backwards into your card sleeves (back pattern of the card showing through the front). Then all you need to do is cut out your paper cards and slide them into the sleeve; easy peasy.

The thing that always bugged me was the numbers and suits showing through the back of the card sleeve, so I would always need to buy black or dark sleeves. You don’t want to turn it around though, because it’s way worse to see those suits showing through your custom card; why you want a nice and simple repeating pattern as to not be destracting. The nice thing about the new smoke sleeves is that you load your playing cards into those then put them into your color sleeve and bam, no more suits showing through the back of your sleeves even with lighter colors.

One recommendation for the smoke sleeves is that you load them upside-down into the color sleeve; that way you can avoid sillyness later when you want to pull out your paper cards.

Earlier this year I saved up and bough 1000 cards, color sleeves, and smoke sleeves, a card box, and spent a day loading them all up and storing them. Really nice to be able to have a bunch of them avalible at anytime. One party, my friends and I just made a silly card game out of the blue and it was great to be able to pull that box out and have a stable way to shuffle and hold the cards (at the time, folded post-its notes).

u/windwolf777 · 1 pointr/EDH

I only have 1 deck at the moment, however I have a few yugioh decks and [this] works absolutely wonderfully. It comes with several velcro dividers that can keep your decks separate,

TCC did a review of it [here] starting at 5:08. I also recommend just going through his entire review series.

Oh.....Huh, interesting choices gatherer

u/CurtLablue · 1 pointr/swdestiny

I bought this that can hold 4 ultra pro boxes with a central divide for tokens. It's a little more expensive but works amazing. I put my deck in one box and my dice in another. So I can carry two full decks and tokens in an awesome carry case that is well made.
How I use mine.

I guess it's currently out of stock but it's 50 bucks when it's back in Stock and it's one of my favorite buys.

u/digiman619 · 1 pointr/magicTCG

If you're looking for a card box that'll hold multiple decks, I'd recommend a Quiver. It holds 1,300 unsleveed or 770 sleved cards and is stylish, durable and reasonably priced. I've got one and it's amazing.

u/Sharpmint · 1 pointr/magicTCG

No plans for it currently!

I think you should petition Quivertime to make a 2-row case - they can probably get to market faster than I could at a lower cost.

Though if they don't want to, I guess a Kickstarter could be arranged many moons from now.

u/bunbunfriedrice · 1 pointr/magicTCG

This is awesome! I actually just recently started doing the same thing. I'm aiming for 60 cards each for CMC 1 through 8. Then it drops off quickly for 9 and up. Please check out my list here (it hasn't been trimmed yet) and let me know if you have any recommendations!

Can you tell me more about your rule changes? Looks like your tokens go into the graveyard--but are they still tokens? E.g. is bounce still removal? I actually like this interaction as it allows for more spot removal. In general I tried to choose cards with lots of interaction.

You also added a morph element? How does that work?

It looks like you're triggering cast effects? Otherwise Desolation Twin seems odd. Also why Prowling Serpopard?

I've also considered being able to activate Momir's ability twice per turn. My slots for 3 and especially 4 have lots of spot removal, so it could be an interesting choice to choose, say, two 4 drops vs one 8 drop when your opponent has a big threat.

Let me know! Excited to hear about a fellow paper Momir player!

PS This carrying case is awesome.

u/Karliente · 1 pointr/magicTCG

So this is also a very late reply but for everyone still looking for a solution - I think I found it for me.

After hours of searching I finally ended up buying a card case made by Quiver.
What can I say - the quality of the case is brilliant and it almost seems like it was MADE for those 10 guild kits, considering how they perfectly fit into the case.

At the top there is still space for some accessories like the 10 life dice, the badges and so on. I put some extra modificator dice in, as well as a self-made summary of all the guilds.
Even with all the accessories the case still closes without problems.
So I think the case is worth its price and I can only recommend it.

u/PDespereaux · 1 pointr/mtgcube

I use a Quiver to store and transport my cube. It's just big enough to hold a double sleeved 360 cube with lands and tokens.

If you don't have your cube double sleeved or you carry lands and tokens in a separate case you can probably fit up to 540 in there!

u/jcjlee · 1 pointr/magicTCG

I use a Quiver case for mine. It's double your price range but I was really happy with it. Sleek exterior, interior built with sleeves in mind. Cards Against Humanity has blessed us with a larger market for people looking for large capacity card cases. I'd take a look at the comparable items to this case and see if anything piques your interest.

u/Pillowsword · 1 pointr/magicTCG

Portable Game Card Carrying Case, Stylish PU Leather Exterior with Double Zipper, Dividers, Wrist Strap & Shoulder Strap | Holds up to 1350 Cards | Deck Box Compatible | Plus: 100 Transparent Sleeves

u/festerduley · 1 pointr/boardgames

I'm curious, too. My buddy has everything but 1 expansion sleeved and in 2 of the big boxes. That's including most of the 1 deck expansions.

Have you tried something like The Quiver? It only holds 1,450 cards, but at least it's very portable.

u/Melvit · 1 pointr/boardgames

I've seen this as a solution for card based games, but I don't think it will help you with the other ones:

u/_windfish_ · 1 pointr/magicTCG

It sounds like you would be interested in the card quiver.

u/SocorroTortoise · 1 pointr/EDH

I picked up one of these a little while ago. It's a little on the pricey side, but I wanted something nice and largely self contained. It comfortably fits about a hundred sleeved tokens, a double sleeved deck, three single sleeved decks, and a couple of the chessex dice boxes. Velcro dividers inside so it's fairly customizable. It's obviously not going to hold as much as a backpack, so probably not what you're after if you're carrying around a trade binder or lots of peripheral stuff, but I've liked it so far.

u/Popcynical · 1 pointr/EDH
I highly recommend this case, it fits 7 sleeved edh decks snugly with Velcro dividers so you don't have to bother with boxes, however it only comes with 5 Velcro dividers so I need to use one of the hard plastic dividers to separate the sixth and seventh deck.

u/BadassNailArt · 1 pointr/boardgames

Caseling has done me well. This, or this depending on your size needs

u/Noxus1504 · 1 pointr/BossMonster

Caseling Extra Large Hard Case (2 Row) for C. A. H. Card Game. Fits the Main Game, All 6 Expansions Plus. Includes 6 Moveable Dividers. Fits up to 1650 Cards. - Card Game Sold Separately. Black

It went up in price a bit from when I bought it but it's still a solid cheaper option.

u/genxesis · 1 pointr/swdestiny
u/ferralferrets · 1 pointr/boardgames

Tak - Abstract game, very flexible, very fun! Feels like checkers and chess. Put the pieces in a bag to bring with.

Jump Drive / Race for the Galaxy (put it in a deck box) - engine building VP generation games about space, very replayable.

Cave Vs Cave - Super fun worker placement ish game.

Lost Cities - Fun 2 player game, can be reboxed. Just cards, very deep gameplay from just cards.

Patchwork - Puzzle tetris style game, lovely theme and artwork.

Jaipur - My GF's favorite game, fun little set collection game.

Onitama - Pretty large box, but very fun 2 player game. Could Proxy pieces and bring just the card and roll up board.

I bought this case, and whenever I travel I slap a bunch of small box/card games in it. Makes traveling with games super easy.

u/fireballx777 · 1 pointr/dominion

They're not plastic or cardboard, but I used this for base game + 2 expansions, and upgraded to this for base game + 3 expansions. I've been loving it, very compact for the amount of cards they carry, and very easy to travel with.

u/fazi0 · 1 pointr/XWingTMG

Here is what I bought for the upgrade cards:

Ultra PRO Platinum 16 Pocket Platinum Mini American Cards, 41mm x 63mm, Clear

And this is what I bought for the Pilot cards:

Ultra Pro 9-Pocket Trading Card Pages - Platinum Series (100 Pages)

u/TitleLinkHelperBot · 1 pointr/Gloomhaven

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u/Adama70 · 1 pointr/XWingTMG

I have one of those also, it works great for the tokens and cards. The small containers fit the upgrade cards, the larger containers fit the big cards, so far the only thing that doesn't fit are the movement and range pieces. The best part of that the little containers come out. When we play we just take out the shield, focus, evade and stress cups so the tokens aren't floating around loose on the table. I'm going to move the cards over to a binder as soon as I get the binder sheets that hold the upgrade cards.

For the models, bases and dials I purchased one of these: Plano Double Cover Two Sided Tackle Organizer. It fits everything I have, very well. The bases, movement and range finder all fit in the top part, the smaller ships and a few of the larger ships fit in the bottom. I don't think it will fit the Ghost, and I'm not sure what I'm going to do about that ship.

Finally I bought a bunch of single felt sheets in the craft area at Wal-Mart, I cut the felt into strips and use it as a liner for each of the compartments that holds a ship. I'm not sure if will really help that much much but it makes me feel better. For big ships like the Decimator and Falcon I just wrapped them in a piece of felt.

u/Tzarkahn · 1 pointr/XWingTMG

I found them on Amazon UK, closest to me, for £5.86 and prime availability.

Thanks for your help people.

Link if you're interested:

u/Goldenbrownfish · 1 pointr/SWlegion

I use A case or army case because I like magnet solutions

And I use a husky organizer from Home Depot for bits

These are great too

u/JaisBit · 1 pointr/SWlegion

I have a Battle Foam bag that I use for transporting whatever minis I'm using, and then the rest of my minis get stored in Plano tackle storage containers. My dice and tokens go in a smaller Plano container that fits in the front pocket of my Battle Foam bag. My cards go in these:

with this binder:

I can't recommend that card storage solution enough, because you can keep your unit cards and their relevant upgrade cards all on the same page, and then just flip any upgrade cards you aren't using face-down, and keep everything in the pages during your games. Makes setting up and putting away much easier, and misplacing cards a lot less likely.

u/althanan · 1 pointr/XWingTMG

Speaking of the 32 pocket ones, here's the exact pages you wanted on Amazon.

u/qanar · 1 pointr/XWingTMG

I got a set of these sleeves for tournament play ( and am really liking the idea of horizontal ship cards. Might have to make some alt arts myself by the next tournament.

u/improbitas · 1 pointr/EDH

Kmc 1000 card box. Holds exactly 8 edh decks. I have 8 in mine, sleeved with dragon shield matte (the thickest sleeves you will find), and about 10 double sleeved cards in each deck on average, so there is a bit of extra room.

You can also find it on ebay. Recommended!

Only bad part is the unsymmetrical space dividers, but thats not much of an issue. Its actually makes it perfect if you want 6 decks + dice and tokens..

u/inatube · 1 pointr/magicTCG

When my cube was 360, it fit snuggly in two fatpacks.

When I expanded to 450, I got this:

You can get it shipped for ~$20, though it takes several weeks if you live in the U.S.A.

400-410 of the 450 cube cards take the whole top row, and lands and tokens plus the remaining cube cards fill the middle of the bottom row.

The smaller slots on either side of the bottom row are blank at the moment, so if/when I push north of 450, that's where those cards will go.

If I stayed at 360 and shaved back on lands (if I were consistently playing with 4-6-players, for example) then I would use the side slots of the bottom row for card, and use the center well for the dice bag we use.

u/jreilly89 · 1 pointr/gaslandsplayers

I use this box and it works great. Usually you can find it at a hobby store for like $10.


u/barbariandice · 1 pointr/boardgames

KMC Card Box 1000 fits sleeved cards well and still has room with 600 sleeved cards.

u/QueenofCoils · 1 pointr/EDH

This isn't anything fancy but 1000ct KMC Box is really sturdy, I used to store my EDH battlebox in one & me and the hubby store our standard/modern/pauper collection in them as well :)

u/joqose · 1 pointr/EDH

I use this.

It does require using some dividers since the compartments are fixed, but it fits 8 sleeved decks very nicely.

u/LightningBolt12 · 1 pointr/magicTCG

I use a big clear plastic box that KMC makes for my EDH decks. It will hold 6 double sleeved EDH decks in total.

u/MichMusic · 1 pointr/magicTCG

If they are sleeved, i would suggest the kmc 1000 box. I have 1 for my modern stuff and one for my legacy stuff. I have them sorted by color and and have been super happy.

Card Box 1000

u/Bockon · 1 pointr/Doomtown

I have all of the expansions and have every card sleeved in dragon shield sleeves. These boxes fit sleeved cards perfectly. You might need a couple boxes to fit everything at this point but they are well worth the money. These boxes aren't the same as the plano card boxes or other competitors. The others just don't fit sleeved cards at all.

u/costofanarchy · 1 pointr/mtgcube

Links/Prices assuming you're in the US.

u/Yakmotek7 · 1 pointr/swdestiny

Probably not the best for taking a single deck to a tournament or storing the whole first set, but not bad for now. I used a KMC Card Barrier Box, available on Amazon and typically shipped out of Japan for about $15.

I cut the interior dice trays out of 2x starter sets to fit the larger container openings:

There is room for another 40'ish dice below the trays. Lots of room for 2x decks and the rest of your cards:

Looking forward to see what other people come up with whether it be tackle boxes, laser etched build-a-box, or something else. Thanks for checking it out!

u/Scarecrow1779 · 1 pointr/magicTCG

I got two of these 1000 card boxes and they work pretty well. I can fit 6 100 card, single sleeved decks and another two 60/75 card decks (1 if I want to use a slot for dice/tokens). If only storing 60/75 card decks, then you should be able to fit somewhere between 9 and 11 decks, depending on how tightly you want to pack the cards in.

These are a nice size for me because I can fit two of the boxes in my backpack.

u/spunky10 · 1 pointr/boardgames

Card Box 1000

These fit sleeved cards perfectly. I use these to store Arkham Horror LCG.

Ultra Pro has a similar box but avoid them. Sleeved cards just barely don’t fit.

I also suggest these clear sleeves; super cheap and they allow you to see the art on both sides of the card. Note that they have a foil seal on one side, but they aren’t as obnoxious as they used to be

600 Ultra Pro CLEAR PRO-MATTE Deck Protectors Sleeves Standard Size MTG Pokemon

u/Sky_Octopus · 1 pointr/XWingTMG

Let's see,

  1. I bought SurlyGoodDesign tokens off Etsy and I've generally liked those. Dude sent me some wrong tokens by mistake and immediately responded to my message and sent out the correct ones.
  2. I bought CurledPawCreative templates off of Etsy and those have been really nice. You have to paint them yourself but they come with tape attached so you just have to paint how you want, let it dry, then remove the tape and you're good to go. Tied to this I bought the HighbridgeDesign template tray holder (with the magnetized lid) and tournament tray that all packs up nicely.
  3. I've bought the deluxe movement dials just because they stack on top of each other nicely. Purely cosmetic
  4. My game mat is one of the FFG ones. As long as the whole thing isn't covered in crazy designs then it's not really distracting imo.
  5. I have some larger Stanley organizers for and a basic cheap card box for storing things at home. When I'm actually going somewhere I have a backpack I keep stuff in. It has the following stuff in it:
    1. Hardcase with customizable foam and affordable that I keep my Republic stuff in, including bases and movement dials
    2. Feldherr box for my rebel stuff, including bases and movement dials. This is smaller than the thing above though. The specific one I bought is one that holds the Falcon but it's no longer sold on Amazon at least. But really any of them can work.
    3. The HighbridgeDesign template and tournament trays.
    4. Card Box that has my sleeved cards, obstacles, medium bases, damage deck, and then also contains smaller plastic containers that have my dice, various other cardboard tokens, ship indicators, and my normal tokens.
      1. Token Storage
      2. Dice Storage and misc cardboard


        All that said, my setup time is not super quick but I can take quite a lot with me and it's just lugging around a backpack.
u/derankerdave · 1 pointr/EDH

I know you're looking for a box for a single deck, but here's what I'm using (despite the ghetto amazon page):

I'm not sure about the "1000" card claim, but so far I can fit 7 commander decks plus a boatload of tokens in there, so if you're eventually in the market for compact storage of larger quantities of cards in a single container, this thing has treated me well since day one.

I'd also like to add it likely fits far more than what I have in it - everything is comfortably situated, not tight at all. So it could probably fit up to 8 decks + tokens if you work it right.

u/PoppedCollars · 1 pointr/EDH

I use one of these Harbor Freight cases. The foam is perforated into squares so you can remove it to make custom spots for deck boxes. For my standard and modern decks, I made individual slots for deck boxes to fit.

For my commander decks, I removed all of the foam except one layer around the end and one divider up the middle. Then pop 2 of the KMC Card Box 1000's in there and it holds 16 decks pretty perfectly.

u/vizzini63 · 1 pointr/boardgames
u/thr33littlebirds · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

What do you use for organization? I was thinking about getting this, but I'm not sure.

u/GenerousWineMerchant · 1 pointr/EDH

Yes! I am separating my cards into 3 of these boxes + 1 shoe box:

Box 1: EDH Staples that I am very likely to put into a deck

Box 2: Excess EDH staples and cards I may put into a deck, but probably won't

Box 3: Basic land and other junk cards

Shoe Box: junk I probably should throw away and excess basic land

I sort by color:



Non-basic Lands






u/jankyclown · 1 pointr/EDH

I keep hearing good things about the KMC 1000 card box. If it fits your needs, I think it's hard to beat for the price.

u/Modus-Pwnens · 1 pointr/amiibo

KMC Perfect Fit. Like the name, they're just the right size, and they're really high quality, too.

I actually double-sleeved them (put the card in one upside down and in the other right side up) with the matching KMC Hyper Mats (you might need to be careful to get the ones with the clear backs). It ends up being a little pricey but nothing compared to the cost of filling out the card set!

u/sunnyandtony · 1 pointr/lotrlcg

If you are worried about space or you want to overprotect your cards, like if you play daily, I would suggest putting on the KMC Perfect Fit sleeves and then putting your Dragon Shields on. It makes the cards a bit thicker, but they are well protected. When you do it you put the KMC sleeves on upside down.

u/solepureskillz · 1 pointr/magicTCG

You need two different kinds of sleeves. One is commonly called the "perfect fit" sleeve. That goes upside-down over your card. Then you insert your card top-side up into the normal sleeve.

example of a perfect fit brand I use.

u/James718 · 1 pointr/magicTCG
u/Agehn · 1 pointr/magicTCG

When I played in middle school I kept my decks wrapped in rubber bands and I'd carry them that way in my pocket, and keep them that way in a little cardboard box in under my bed. Luckily I never owned any good cards because the condition of those cards is awful now (but the first rare I ever pulled is still in the back of my binder).

Anyway this is what I use now, with the cards sleeved in these and these.

u/SkylightShepherd · 1 pointr/MLPCCG

I use a KMC Perfect Fit to protect the inside as well as a Dragon Shield clear sleeve for the outer sleeve. It is a bit pricey to use this method but it offers the best protection with a water resistant seal that will not require the mane character to be pulled out every time it flips.

u/LuckyLooter · 1 pointr/mtgcube

They are these which I suppose are KMCs. What issue do you have?

u/LadyLexxi · 1 pointr/KingdomDeath

I use Paladin's standard sleeves and also perfect barrier sleeves.

The perfect barrier sleeves are amazing value to price, and they're a lot easier to get than the paladin sleeves

Edit: also in case anyone is interested I use these coin sleeves in a trade binder for easy gear and settlement item management

u/thesolo1 · 1 pointr/pkmntcg

binder I use:link
Sleeves I use: link link

I double sleeve my cards then put them in the binder. Ultra pro sleeves in my opinion are very cheaply made and poor quality.

u/assholeofnew · 1 pointr/magicTCG

Are you thinking something like this? As far as I know you only get them if you custom order a sleeve set first. Unless you mean KMC Perfect fits and any other brand of sleeves

u/dragon3025 · 1 pointr/ExplodingKittens

So are they the same size as the original? Would this pack of card sleeves work well?:

u/Kamilny · 1 pointr/magicTCG

What exactly does that mean? I saw that and was confused. Did that mean use them over things like this?

u/Phocis · 1 pointr/magicTCG

so this for the inner sleeves?

u/Jasoncsmelski · 1 pointr/magicTCG

Get the Japanese perfect fits, not the ultrapro. Dragon shield are fine. I use them too, also kmc matte sleeves are great. Just double sleeve your decks, prevents the slipping you're experiencing and protects them better. Also makes it safer and easier to move cards from deck to binder to another deck.

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!

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/SgtMaj_Obvious · 1 pointr/boardgames
u/Drigr · 1 pointr/magicTCG
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/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/dkl415 · 1 pointr/boardgames

Penny sleeves here work out to be less than a penny.

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/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/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/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/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/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/imail724 · 1 pointr/vinyl

What's the best way to make sure my record collection lasts a long time? Is it fine to just store them on a shelf as is in a cool area? Or is it advised to store each in their own polypropylene sleeves like these here? New to collecting so I want to make sure I'm doing everything right.
Also cleaning. Am I good with just one of those brushes like this? Or do I need some spray too?

u/thehoods · 1 pointr/vinyl

Do yourself a favor and buy yourself record sleeves

They'll keep your sleeves from getting ringwear like you see with records in the dollar bins.

u/johndrums82 · 1 pointr/vinyl

I think they're just called record sleeves. That's all I've seen them called.

u/JAMHwithME · 1 pointr/vinyl

I hang four records on the wall and change them out once a week. I also store all my albums in individual plastic sleeves.
So when four are on the wall, I take the records out, put them back in the plastic sleeves and put them back in my bins.
I use these to store/protect my albums:

u/asifsaj · 1 pointr/yugioh

Well I looked up a couple, but they aren't up to six. the First one is a deck box that holds 2 decks and the second is a deck box that holds 3
(First one)[] (Second)[]

u/leebenningfield · 1 pointr/magicTCG

I was planning on buying some of these, and a bunch of these in the appropriate colors. Basically the same as the Duel Deck boxes, without the matching designs.

u/Team_ZS_Kcet · 1 pointr/EDH

Alternatively the oversized ultra pro sleeves with the magic card backing on them work too, they are top loaders.

I don't know about double sleeved, but my single sleeved set fits in one of those 2 deck boxes that have a removable divider in them.

Hopefully this link works

Just toss/ keep the divider and they'll fit nice. I'm one set short of the complete planechase set, but it'll fit all of them easy.

u/JustHere4theNachos · 1 pointr/TransformersTCG

I'm using the binder pages u/ImNotDareDvl linked to for collection storage and for deck storage I got this deck box last week as an experiment:

It's constructed just like one of Ultra Pro's jank plastic deck boxes, which I've never been a fan of, but it fits 2 sleeved battle decks and easily holds bot cards in top loaders (assuming you're using 3.5 x 5 top loaders) for both decks in the larger space behind them. Only lacks storage for dice/counters.



u/chefsati · 1 pointr/EDH

Yep, the satin tower is primetime. I have separate mana magnetic flip boxes for each of my EDH decks for storage, and I bring the satin tower with me to events or friends' houses because of the dice compartment. Very nice product.

u/TheBr0wn · 1 pointr/magicTCG

One of the new Commander decks a deck box and maybe a Pop figure that matches the commanders color.

u/Nsongster · 1 pointr/magicTCG

Something cool like a custom playmat or a lot of card sleeves. Art prints are nice too, and maybe he'd like some sealed product (a Fat Pack or booster box, for example)

A specific recommendation would be the leather Ultra-Pro deckboxes, they're very nice and hold up to 100 cards in case he plays EDH. It comes in 5 colors White, Green, Blue, Red, and Black. Find out what his favorite color is, or what color his main deck is.

u/GotTheClapCantFap · 1 pointr/magicTCG

i have 3 of these and they fit my dragon shielded edh decks just fine, even with my emblems and tokens (in sleeves)

are you sure that you are talking about the same boxes?

u/DontReload · 1 pointr/magicTCG

I'm pretty fond of these clear plastic Ultra Pro 2 Piece. It's pretty sturdy and I feel like if my bag got wet the cards would be safe (wet not under water). I also like being a able to see the commander inside.

Another option I have personally purchased is the Ultra Pro 100+. I like these less but they still do just fine getting tossed around in a bag.

A lot of people really like the Ultra Pro Satin Tower it's very sturdy and has dice storage built in. I think they seem a little clunky but most people love them. They're probably the most "premium" deck box without getting something hand made.

Lastly there are these Ultra Pro Mana Deckboxes that I'd say are good to avoid. The magnetic clasp is far too weak and I've seen people's deck dump in their bag because it didn't hold. I suppose it's personal preference but I think the fake leather looks tacky and makes the box too big. At $15 these boxes are shit.

u/Laterallus · 1 pointr/DnD

I use the spell cards, plus a binder that contains these card sheets. They are in order of the spell level, then alphabetized.

In the front of said binder, I keep another few pages with my cantrips, spells given to me by the Domain, and the spells I've chosen for the day. These pages are separated by a page divider for easy flipping.

On a separate sheet of paper, in or out of the binder, contains my play session's notes. in these notes will be tallies of how many times I've used my CD, spells slots, and other abilities. It sounds like a lot, but once you're done setting up you'll never really lose track of your spell counts, etc., so long as you aren't too drunk.

u/floralcode · 1 pointr/AnimalCrossing

I... just have them all in a pile that I move around. Right now it's on my nightstand! Can't you just get a sleeve like this and put it in a binder? You could even get dividers to organize the series/etc. I kind of want to do this, but I don't want to give myself an excuse to buy more amiibo cards!

u/motionmatrix · 1 pointr/ImperialAssaultTMG

I use this binder. It has pockets that can handle all the paperwork, manuals, character sheets, etc.

I use these for the small map pieces They go in the binder.

I use these for larger map pieces. They also go in the binder.

All dice, tokens, and cards go in this box.

I ordered the box inserts for all the boxes from these guys. That covers all the minis except for the largest stuff (AT-STs), which got a case from them instead.

u/Keokothelesser · 1 pointr/FinalFantasyTCG

I just use a 4 or 3 ringed binder and use these

I back to back cards, so you get essentially 6 different cards per insert. I also use the ultra pro soft sleeves when in folder.

I just have them in serial order. 1 folder for Opus 1, 1 folder for Opus 2 etc

u/AmiiboPuff · 1 pointr/amiibo

If you don't care about the outside design, any basic binder should work with your basic trading/collectible card binder sheets. Like these for example.

Any retailer or hobby shop that carry Magic/Yu-Gi-Oh!/Pokemon/MLP or Baseball cards should have them in stock as well.

u/AbysmalVixen · 1 pointr/dndnext

I’d say a folder for the ones that will fit. For the smaller ones you could do some [Binder Pocket Protectors] ( and have them easily accessed and separated in a binder. For the ones that are huge, I have no idea as I’m sure you don’t want to fold them up

u/itsok_imapirate · 1 pointr/RandomActsOfPolish

Using trading card sheets, I was finally able to organize my stamping plates. They hold the small standard round plates with room to spare, they will even hold some of my larger plates! I found that buying these and sticking them in a binder was way more cost effective than buying those little Pueen holders.

Edit: these are the card holders I used

u/asdjklghty · 1 pointr/pkmntcg

Here is a post I made earlier about getting into the game.

>To give you an idea on deck building, here are some information that you will find helpful.



>Now, I will also give you some important information what stuff you need to play your deck.

>Purchasing cards

>For purchasing cards, I recommend buying a booster box and an elite trainer box for each new set that comes out then purchase singles. An elite trainer box also gives 5 of each Energy type and burn and poison markers as well as nice dice! One for flipping and the others for keeping track of damage They're made of acrylic, not cheaper cardboard that come with preconstructed decks.


>Also, I can't stress this enough but, you need sleeves. I recommend Ultra Pro Matte Sleeves. You would need 66mmx91 mm ones to fit Pokemon cards.


>You can never have enough sleeves. Extras are used to replace ones that look worn out. If you play with worn sleeves (marked) you can get in trouble.


>Another important thing is a play mat. I really don't like seeing players struggle to scoop up cards on the table instead of a mat; damaging their sleeves in the process!


>Deck Boxes

>Get a couple deck boxes. I prefer boxes that match the colour of my sleeves. These tower ones are the ones I use. They store a lot of cards and you don't need dice bags to store your dice!



>Lastly, you need dice. They are used in place of damage counters and coin flipping. For coin flipping die (in competitive play we use them instead of coins), you need a clear one. The rules state you need to.



>Storing cards

>I store cards in a mix of binders and boxes. For binders, you either can use these or try to save some money and get these and these

>For boxes to store non-EXs, secret rares and Trainers, I use [these[(

>You also can use cardboard boxes for cheap here but I don't like them because they aren't secure.

>You can always check out other sites for the same or similar items.

u/tallsmartman · 1 pointr/DnD

As a wizard player, I use this and a 3 ring binder. I have my cantrips on the first page, and my prepared spells on the next 2. It's super convenient.

u/sgol · 1 pointr/boardgames

I’ve had success with these , fitting up to 13 in a single slot, sleeved.

Needed two of these to carry them all.

u/catamountgal · 1 pointr/boardgames

Amazon sells this which has the cards to make the base game up to 6 players, but many don’t recommend playing it with that many players.

u/annodomini · 1 pointr/dominion

The regular base set is just called Dominion. This is a fully playable game, and the cards have the simplest mechanics, so it is good for getting started.

Dominion: Intrigue is an expansion, but it comes with all of the base cards (coins, victory point cards, and curses) necessary to play the game, so it can be used as a standalone game or an expansion for the base game.

All of the other expansions require you to already have the base cards. However, you can actually buy the base cards separately, and buy an expansion that doesn't have them, if you really don't want to buy one of the two sets that includes them. You'll then need to download the basic rules online, since the rules for each of the expansions just describes the rules for that expansion.

I think the best options for starting out would be just getting Dominion, or maybe that plus one or two expansions, or getting Dominion Big Box which includes the base set and two expansions (Prosperity and Seaside). You could also just start out with Dominion: Intrigue if you wanted.

Dominion is best with 2 players, but I think it works well for 3 and 4 players as well. It's definitely a lighter, more random game with 4 players, while you can really get into the strategy with 2 players; both are fine, depending on what you're looking for. If you combine Dominion and Dominion: Intrigue (or add an extra set of base cards) you could play with up to 6 players in a single game, but I think it would really start to drag at that point. Better to just play two 3-player games instead.

/u/r2d8 getinfo long

u/gunnarsig · 1 pointr/dominion

I see everyone here doesn't like to play with 5+, when I have to agree it makes for better games to split up to 2 and 3, you should try yourself anyway.

And for that you need another set of the base-cards(can be bought alone like this , or through buying 1st edition Intrigue) . I will recommend buying the base cards itself because, the 1st edition of Intrigue isn't that great in comparison with other expansions.

When you have the extra base cards, and if you don't want to split your group the extra rules is like this:

Instead of 12 Provinces, you play with 15 for 5, and 18 for 6. All other victory cards are the same number(except the starting estates which ofc is three more). And the game is over when any four supply piles are empty, or the provinces are empty as usual.

Remember to also add 10 extra curses for each extra player, and add all the extra money from the base cards.

u/JB4GDI · 1 pointr/boardgames

Assuming you purchased the regular Dominion set, or the base cards set my recommendations are unchanged from here

Prosperity - This is the most straightforward and fun expansion, and can actually lead to shorter games with all the big money cards. #1 purchase for sure.

Guilds - Excellent cards to mix in with a big box. Love the new coin mechanic, since it's easy and fun.

Seaside - Duration cards can be hard to keep track of, but excellent cards all around here.

Hinterlands - Great to mix in with something. Nothing too fancy, just fun.

Cornucopia - Good batch of cards, but because they focus on a varied deck, some cards can be super weak.

Intrigue - Some good cards, but by adding choices to everything it really slows down the game.

Dark Ages - While there are some awesome cards here, most of them increase the complexity, leading to way
longer games. Recommended for very experienced players only.

Alchemy - The least fun expansion. Requiring the potion cards to buy is a weird mechanic and a lot of the cards are just not great.

u/anonymous_redditor91 · 1 pointr/dominion

My favorite expansion is Dark Ages, but Intrigue, Seaside, or Prosperity are also all good picks for your first expansion. I'd look on the Dominion wiki for the list of cards to see which one you'd think you'd like best.

> Also, if I want to play this game with 5-6 people, do I need another version of the base game?

You need additional base cards, which you can buy by themselves.

u/DeftMunky · 1 pointr/boardgames

Why sleeve Dominion when you can just buy another set of the core cards?

I think the main reason to sleeve a game is to prevent the wear from unbalancing the game. For Dominion, knowing if you're going to draw a copper or estate changes how you play. Getting a fresh set of those cards helps the wear on them be less apparent.

u/PronouncedOiler · 1 pointr/dominion

If you don't, the new style base cards are pretty cheap.

u/captainkeel · 1 pointr/legendarymarvel
u/speedx5xracer · 1 pointr/cardsagainsthumanity

These Sleeves to be exact. Cheap and effective. Once I figure out the tray inserts for the can Ill pick one up from the Navy Surplus store near my office.

u/Souldrainr · 1 pointr/MLPCCG

Thank you for the suggestions but I decided on
and for double sleeving all my cards. Or at least one of each unique card for collection purposes.

Edit: Typo

u/Dreibrand · 1 pointr/DBS_CardGame

I realize this is irrelevant to your actual question but I use Ultra Pro Inner Sleeves for my Leader card and protecting rares that I'm not currently using. They fit like a glove and keep my super rares from scuffs when they're not sleeved in a deck. Great for double sleeving too. They also fit pretty much any standard card; I use them for Magic for the same purpose. They fit great inside my Dragon Shield sleeves but I don't usually double sleeve. Makes the deck too fat and it just falls over. Don't know how people do it.

u/iamcoffeesbitch · 1 pointr/cardsagainsthumanity

these are the ones i just ordered

u/xch1n · 1 pointr/amiibo

I use these:

I use the Pro-Fits for all my Pokemon, Magic, and amiibo cards, and have them double sleeved inside the binders I just picked up on a trip to Europe.

u/Mr_Momomoto · 1 pointr/boardgames

I have one of these with a bunch of card games in. The games change occasionally, but here's what in it right now:

  • Red7
  • Loot
  • Mystery Rummy: Jack the Ripper
  • High Society
  • Hocus
  • Little Devils
  • Linko!
  • Koi Pond
  • Kigi
  • Pairs
  • Coloretto

    Packing for game nights, I pretty much grab 3-6 games, plus this box. It's great.
u/shawnuranusdiaz · 1 pointr/magicTCG
u/HotforSega · 1 pointr/Pauper

Dude just put your cards in a ziplock and toss it in your backpack.

Jk I uses these (Ultimate Guard Stack 'n' Safe Deck Box (480 Cards) I have two in my backpack. It's a little bulky but they work well and were pretty inexpensive. I just keep a slot open for dice and some tokens.

u/Tosplayer99 · 1 pointr/FinalFantasyTCG

If you are a player and less of a collector, I have a binder where I put my sleeved (KMC or UltraPro) Foil or Ultra Rare cards since they wont be used and are just for "prestige".

From my Common-normalRares I have a big deckbox with one of those Drybags which will help protecting the cards from moist air.

Here is the Deckbox I use

I mean in the end - you paid money for the cards so why not protecting them from dust and moist air. If like you said I have cards that are common but very commonly used or very good Ill sleeve a playset (3) of them.

I use only 2 Colors, Green and Orange Sleeves, green are all cards I use for decks and for playing so I can quickly build or change a deck without needing to unsleeve and resleeve cards (I mean I have my deck + like 30 other possible deck support cards in those sleeves, no every card) and the orange ones are for cards which have a high value or are for selling or trading.

u/generaltechnobi · 1 pointr/yugioh

I use these for bulk storage. They hold about 840 unsleeved cards each, and they'll be nicer to your cards in the long run than tins.

u/drhman1971 · 1 pointr/killteam
u/johnnywi · 1 pointr/oldschoolmtg

Ok, thanks for that advise. I looked at some Amazon reviews for KMC sleeves, and some mention quality degraded lately ( Have you experienced that?

u/Ravengm · 1 pointr/boardgames

Aside from something ridiculous like laminating all of your cards, sleeves are your best option. I highly suggest matte sleeves of some kind if you're annoyed at the sleeves being slippery. Both Ultra Pro and KMC have them, and potentially another company, but those are the ones I know of.

u/spelunker · 1 pointr/boardgames

Dragon Shields and KMC are regarded pretty highly over in the /r/MagicTCG community. I own some KMC Hyper-Mattes and the quality is great.

Neither are the cheapest of options, mind you, but I think they're worth the investment.

On the cheaper tier, apparently UltraPro Mattes are pretty decent.

u/Brohanwashere · 1 pointr/magicTCG
u/DonOblivious · 1 pointr/Pauper

$25 on Amazon doesn't go far when you're buying commons. The sellers there pay much higher fees than on TCGPlayer and the card prices will reflect that.

A $.90 card costs $1.20, $2.80 costs $3.40, $0.70 costs $1.11, etc. The $15 white tokens deck /u/tommamus linked is just shy of $30 on Amazon.

I'd steer you towards buying something like sleeves instead. Those are around 40% off what my shop charges. Funnily enough, I bought mono-w tokens in the shop a few weeks ago and it was ~40% cheaper in the shop than it would have been if I ordered it from Amazon.

u/sunshinecid · 1 pointr/tabletopgamedesign

I've printed cards on colored cardstock before but there are a few problems with it from my perspective. First, it's not exactly the right weight. Second, cutting them properly is more difficult than cutting paper. And third, they're pricier than plain paper printing so it's more risky.

For me the most cost effective method for printing has been using nanDeck to set the layout and make the PDFs. I print on standard printer paper and put them in sleeves. They're a little of an investment, but you can re-use them for a very long time.

I buy these cores and these sleeves, they're Bridge Size (2.25x3.5) and come to about $0.0655 apiece for 500:

However, while looking I also found Poker Size (2.5x3.5) for about $0.5618 provided you buy 1000:

You could likely find 'em cheaper by looking for the best deals all over.

u/zakarranda · 1 pointr/boardgames

Not an expert, but I've been using these ones and they've been working well.

u/Dannyboy1302 · 1 pointr/legendarymarvel

These are the ones that I use and I live them. Feel tight on the cards and cheaper. Ultra Pro 100 Pcs Soft Card Sleeves, 2 5/8 x 3 5/8-Inches (5 Pack)

u/StefanGagne · 1 pointr/dropmix

To be clear, are these the ones you're talking about? (I'm totally new to card sleeves and want to make sure I get the right ones.)

u/theg2 · 0 pointsr/swdestiny

I use these for Netrunner and they hold up very well:

Sleeved my SWDestiny cards in them as well and they fit perfectly.

u/thethingexe · 0 pointsr/magicTCG

Where do you get your hyper mats from? They are cheaper for me, here in Australia.

Also, on Amazon, KMCs are still cheaper.

u/meatwhisper · 0 pointsr/magicTCG

Pick up a quivver... it's not that much more expensive:

u/abx1224 · -1 pointsr/EDH

If you want boxes for all of them, the most efficient options for 100 sleeved cards are here:

Single boxes

These also include detachable dice compartments if you want to include a couple of D20s and D6s for life and counters.


Dual boxes

Pro Tower Deck Box, Black

These hold 2 decks, and come with an extra slot that holds 10ish sleeved cards, or any die smaller than a standard D20.