where to buy card case with stands?

Discussion in 'Hobby Talk' started by bradkcincy, Jun 17, 2012.

  1. last year i found that wal-mart sold the magantic case with the stand. checked this year and now they do not sell them. there the ones that are thick enough for game used. does anyone know where i can buy those? i checked target and toys r us. nobody has them. and there is no sports store in killeen, ft. hood are they have all closed down. thank you
     
  2. franklinguy52

    franklinguy52 Mr. Baseball Staff Member

    I get a lot of my supplies online at http://www.nothingbutsupplies.com/. I know they have screw down loaders but not sure if they have the magnet type. Hope it helps.
     
  3. thank you that helped alot! im okay with screw down. just wish some store had that here :(
     
  4. Mike

    Mike Throw Up The X! Staff Member

    Your best bet is to shop around on eBay and find someone who is selling them in bulk. You can usually get them a lot cheaper that way. With the cost of shipping for those magnetics, it doesn't make much sense to buy just a few. Chances are the shipping will be more than the holders.
     
  5. pwolantern

    pwolantern TCZ's #1 Manningham collector Staff Member

    Along with eBay, you could also check Dave and Adams, I know quite a few people that order their supplies through them.
     
  6. captkirk42

    captkirk42 Old School Vintage Staff Member

    Brad,
    Check out the website cardshopfinder.com and look to see if they list a shop near you. You search first by state then by closest city.
     
  7. not sure what size i should buy 135pt is that enough to cover most jersey cards? or should i be good with the 85pt? HELP!!!
     
  8. Mike

    Mike Throw Up The X! Staff Member

    It really just depends on the card. Some GU cards can fit in a 75pt, but some won't even fit in a 120pt. I'd say if you just want to buy 1 size, to buy 130pt toploaders, memorabilia sized sleeves, and some team bags. Use the team bags to put the cards in that don't quite fit in the toploaders so they won't slide out.