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Nice idea, but not quite what I was looking for.
on February 11, 2011
I was really looking forward to using this journal as a place to keep all my past concert tickets in one place. Each page can hold three tickets and there is room on the margin to write notes or memories, etc. Another great feature is that the sleeves and pages are acid free, so your tickets should last a long time and not discolor.
The unfortunate thing about the book is that the sleeves really are just a bit too short to hold a standard Ticketmaster-sized ticket. I have some that are complete, and about an inch will stick out of the sleeve, and hang out over on to the writing area. I'd rather not have to fold or take parts off of tickets just to fit them in the book. The size is fine for other ticket stubs, however. So I can still use it for movie stubs, bus tickets from other cities, museum passes, and things like that. Basically the sleeves are about the size of a credit card. If you plan on fitting anything larger than that in this book, just be aware if your ticket is longer then the ends might stick out. (or you'll have to modify it to fit, which may not bother some people, it just isn't something I was wanting to do.)