83% of people keep ticket stubs from games, concerts, and events they attend. Aside from the fact that I just made that statistic up, it’s an undeniable truth that most people are natural-born stub hoarders. We hold onto these flimsy, could-be-recycled-easily, bits of paper for one reason. Nostalgia.
Some of us put our stubs into one place, like a jar or bulletin board, so we can view our collection of experiences at once and say things like “Hey, look, I’ve been to 27 Longhorns games in the past three years.” While the rest of us, just kind of leave them around, occasionally unearthing one in that pile on our desk, or in a drawer, and enjoying the instant reminiscence provided by finding old ticket stubs.
Here at TicketCity we have boxes of old ticket stubs in our store room and more pinned up in our cubicles. We definitely understand the idea of ticket-stub-nostalgia (Feel free to try to work that phrase into everyday conversation). As the TicketCity marketing intern, I’ve been given the awesome job of sharing ticket designs with our amazing blog readers. For our first post, I’ve decided to share the tickets I’ve found around the office that make the best use of player photos.
So here we are…drum roll please…The Best Tickets for Use of Player Photos from 2012-2013:
1. Baylor University Basketball:
2. University of Virginia Basketball:
3. Chicago Bears:
4. New York Knicks:
5. Brooklyn Nets:
Let me know in the comments what you think about these ticket designs, your own ticket stub collections, or any questions you might have. Get excited for the next ticket-stub-nostalgia post coming soon. If you’re hungry for more about ticket stubs, check out TicketCity on Pinterest and Instagram for more rockin’ ticket designs.