Reddit reviews: The best collectible trading card cases

We found 494 Reddit comments discussing the best collectible trading card cases. We ran sentiment analysis on each of these comments to determine how redditors feel about different products. We found 149 products and ranked them based on the amount of positive reactions they received. Here are the top 20.

Top Reddit comments about Collectible Trading Card Cases:

u/DevDev85 · 1 pointr/KeyforgeGame

If they're new to the game I would get them a 1 or 2 player starter. If they have a bunch of friends already into the game then the 1p starter is fine as it covers tokens for just them, but if they're the first of their group to get into the game I would go with a 2p starter that way they can always play games with their own stuff/introduce new people to the game, etc. (you can find 2p starters on sale often for $20, which is a great value)

A couple extra decks is always fun. 4-6 (total) to start is a sweet spot to get some variability in what you're playing. I think getting a display for a new player is actually a mistake because it makes you want to jump around too much from deck to deck. A lot of fun (and skill growth) in this game comes from getting a lot of reps in with decks to really understand the intricacies of the game. With 4-6 total you have enough for variability among your collection but you can focus on a few to get really good at and then keep 2-3 sealed to crack open and have the same discovery experience again later on.

Once they decide they're into the game, I would go with component upgrades:

1 - I would highly recommend picking them up some sleeves. Dragon Shield Mattes are the best I think. I go with Clears to show off the unique back, but they come in a bunch of colors (and only opaque sleeves are legal for OP). I am generally not a "sleever" for my various board games and card games, but since each deck is unique, if you damage a single card, the deck is trashed. If they subscribe to only focusing on a couple of active decks, you'd only need a few boxes and they can swap the decks as they rotate new ones in.

2 - Being able to keep a few decks on you means you can jam some games in the random spare moments you get with friends, so I would go with a nice deck box if I had to prioritize a single upgrade.

  • I carry this Xenoskin 120 in my day to day bag because it's small and can carry my tokens and the 3 sleeved decks I am actively playing at the moment.
  • This Xenoskin 200 is the same version but holds 6 sleeved decks and tokens for multiple players
  • I use these dividers to separate decks for easy removal

    Depending on how light they want to go, both are great options (Gamegenic just recently launched KF branded deck boxes too, they're pretty nice from what I can tell, but have a stupid non remove-able divider in the token tray)

    3 - Nice tokens have great table presence. If you're budget conscious I would start with upgrading the keys only. There are various options out there (start with Etsy). I picked up these metal keys and cannot speak highly enough about them, but they seem to be sold out at the moment (maybe keep an eye out or message the seller)

    Team Covenant's Aember is cool in that they're procedurally generated so each set is 100% unique. The rest of their token options are pretty pricey and since the core token set only comes with damage and stuns, it's hard to recommend. You can buy separate packs for power/armor/ward/enrage, but that would push the whole set to $89 for a single player set.

    There are a bunch of options on Etsy. I have some friends who have sets from DayDreamGaming, which are nice. They're larger than I preferred though and not double sided so there are a LOT of tokens (so not the best portable option). But they are not too expensive, and quality is great (new Ward and Enrage tokens are fantastic).
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] (http://www.amazon.com/Ultra-Pro-Zippered-Gaming-Corrugated/dp/B0009F3DQ4/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1419647218&sr=8-2&keywords=card+carrying+case) that you can purchase as well.

To keep you decks organized and protected while in the bag, [deck boxes] (http://www.amazon.com/Ultra-Pro-Boxes-Magic-Pokemon-YuGiOh/dp/B00EA9REK6/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1419647294&sr=8-3&keywords=deck+box) 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] (http://www.walmart.com/ip/Universal-Round-Ring-Economy-Vinyl-View-Binder/24966030) and some [sleeve pages] (http://www.amazon.com/Ultra-Pro-Pocket-Page-Protectors/dp/B005HIOVOG/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1419647392&sr=8-1&keywords=card+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] (http://www.dragonshield.com/) and [Ultra Pro] (http://www.ultrapro.com/division.php?d=g) 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] (http://www.amazon.com/Ultra-Pro-84314-Grumpy-Play/dp/B00IT5GPZ2/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1419647676&sr=8-3&keywords=card+playmat) 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/Karnblack · 6 pointsr/EDH

I've built my collection of EDH decks since I started playing EDH in around 2011-2012. I used to have a lot more 60-card casual decks, but then my playgroup gradually switched to EDH/Commander because it was "more fair." My collection of Commander decks include the 32 precon decks I've purchased of which about 6 or 7 I've modified. The rest of them are in their original state. I just counted the deck's I've built from scratch and I currently have 57 of them so I apparently have 89 total Commander decks.

I've only disassembled 2 of my Commander decks over time. My first deck I played a lot and it was a Naya [[Survival of the Fittest]] goodstuff deck led by [[Rith, the Awakener]]. It contained the Fruity Pebbles combo, and after I won a few times with that combo I decided to retire the deck. The other deck I took apart was a lame deck that tried to play too many big bombs without enough support, and it was a 5-color deck which made it even harder to play decently. I decided it was better to take it apart and use the pieces for other decks rather than trying to salvage the deck.

I keep most of my decks in these Ultra Pro 150 Count Clear Card Storage Boxes on a bookcase-like storage unit. I can see all of my decks and just grab the ones I want to play and throw them in my Stanley Organizer to take to game night. I've also been experimenting with other deck transportation methods to take less decks to game night since I typically only play 3 or 4 decks in one night.

I typically get to play anywhere from 1 to 4 decks per week, and I got to play 12 of my decks that I brought to Magic Fest Las Vegas. I like keeping the decks together as I feel like they're never actually done being built. I can always find ways to make tweaks to them. I also like keeping my decks together as when I play them they bring back memories of the good times I've had playing with friends and the nostalgia of playing the various commanders.

u/ProteanScott · 2 pointsr/tabletopgamedesign

There's two different questions here, so I'm going to try to address each on its own.

The easier question is: presuming you have a way to lay out the cards, how do you get them into a physical "card" form?

Personally, I think the best approach is to use card sleeves. You can get good sleeves for about $6.40 per 100 count:


They're eminently re-usable, and can be purchased in many different colors. That gives you the flexibility to use solid color backed sleeves (to avoid printing card backs), or, if you need double-sided cards with unique information on both sides, use clear sleeves.

Once you have your sleeves, you have a few options.

If you have a lot of excess cards laying around (e.g. M:tG commons, etc), I would suggest printing your cards on standard weight paper. Then, cut the cards to size, put a scrap card in the sleeve, and slide your printed card in front of that. It will fit very snugly, and give the feel of a real card. You can even do this double-sided with transparent-backed sleeves (basically make a sandwich with the scrap card in the middle).

If, on the other hand, you either don't have scrap cards on hand, or don't want to use them like that, you can print on card stock. You can get this done at any copy shop (e.g. a FedEx Office / Kinko's / Office Max / etc). Be aware, though, that it's not cheap. If you print on their heaviest stock, you're probably looking at $2-$2.75 per page (depending on double sided or not), and each page will only fit 9 standard sized cards. However, the end result, in sleeves, is quite good for a prototype.

Now, the harder question: how do you do the layout in the first place?

Probably the easiest approach is what you've said: use a word processor, like Microsoft Word. What I'd suggest is, start a new document, set the document margins to about 1/4 of an inch all around, and then make a 3x3 cell table (each cell representing a card). If you do this, and print black and white, and do it at home, it won't be terribly expensive. You could also bring the file to a copy shop and print there.

A harder way to go, but one that gives you a lot more fine-tuned control, is to use a desktop publishing program. The problem here is, a lot of them are quite expensive. The good news is, there's a fairly decent open source one, called Scribus:


This is what I use, personally. It's good both for card layout, but also for rulebooks and the like. It is absolutely going to be more complicated than just using Word, and if you aren't comfortable getting a little more technical, may not be a good fit for you. But, if you are willing to learn it, it's very powerful.

Either way, you want to lay out a grid of cards on a page, preferably with some markings to indicate where to cut. Then, either get a paper cutter ($10 or less at an office supply store), or use one at your local copy shop (they likely have a large wheel cutter you can use for free, though they probably would prefer it be used on stuff you printed there). Cut away, and insert into sleeves as previously discussed.

That's the basic way I do it, and it's great for getting a functional prototype pretty cheaply, with many parts that can be re-used. Plus, you can easily write on your printed cards if you need to modify them, until you feel confident enough to print a new set with updates later in the process.

Hope that helps!

(Edit to add: I should have said, if you use something like Scribus, you'll probably also want an image editor (e.g. Photoshop, Gimp, etc). I do a lot of individual card layout in Photoshop, and then use Scribus to combine them all into a single printable PDF with all the cards included).

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 -... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00XYC3MNI

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

u/onthenerdyside · 1 pointr/CasualMTG

You will be tempted to buy up big boxes of bulk. I was told I shouldn't, but I did anyway. I figured I could take what I got and make crappy decks, then buy singles to fix them up. While I got some cards that were useful, it was only a fraction of what I got.

Although the decks on this list are all standard legal, they are great for any casual player and are all around $20 each. I really liked this list from Core 2019, too. The M19-only decks are mostly around $10, so they should give you plenty of value.

You can also consider Card Kingdom's Battle Decks. These are non-standard legal decks that are specially made by Card Kingdom with an eye toward balance and casual play. Many of them are out of stock right now, but you should be able to find a few to experiment with.

For non-card purchases, I like these cheap deck boxes for new players to store casual decks (here's a 5-pack instead of the 10-pack). They'll fit nicely inside your bundle box. You might even fit two unsleeved decks in each box. If you want sleeves, KMC is a good value/quality proposition. If you're not too rough, Ultra Pro Matte (not Deck Protector) sleeves are good, too, and a bit cheaper. However, keep in mind the cost of sleeves versus the cost of replacement. I didn't start sleeving my cards until I started building my own decks with cards that had some value to them. Honestly, I'd stick to buying cards until you run out of room in your bundle box and need more storage.

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/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.

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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/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/Laser123454321 · 4 pointsr/magicTCG

ABSOLUTELY watch all that, but if you don't have the time I'll give you the highlights.

For a regular deck box, Legion and Ultimate Guard make great boxes that tend to fit more than their reported value.

If you want to get fancy, any of the Ultimate Guard Flip'n'Tray or Monolith boxes are awesome. Also the Ultra Pro Satin Tower, pretty much the same as the Monolith.

If you need something as cheap as possible while also holding all your stuff (like d20s and d6s), the Ultra Pro Pro-Dual box will hold a full 75 card deck in one compartment and a Chessex 36ct d6 box and some d20s in the other.

Other than that I like the Ultimate Guard Deck'n'Tray, It holds a deck like the boxes with a tray for counters and dice.

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/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/otasyn · 5 pointsr/boardgames

I love the suggestions from /u/ArcanaNoir and /u/norfolk and many of the other ideas. I have a suggestion to help with card decks. I have this deck box, and it would be great for holding a draw deck upright. Instead of drawing from the top, you draw from the front.

Also, it holds 100+ sleeved CCG-size cards, so it's fairly big. You could get card dividers to put between multiple draw decks. Even if it's only one deck, I'd still put a divider or something behind the last card. We can't have you cheating against you're GF. ;-)

Good luck with this. If you come up with something that works great for you guys, you should definitely post about it.

u/Darqueling · 1 pointr/lotrlcg

I am using colored sleeves: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005BG0LQG/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
and Deck Boxes: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00EA9REK6/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

I use these to "color code" my decks that I prebuild, as I only have 3 decks and do not for see myself changing them for quite some time, it works for me. Yeah you lose the back art, but it is useful when keeping track of items that are equipped to other players when cleaning up. I liked the FFG sleeves with the ring art on them, but they were a bit expensive for my blood.

Storage wise for cards that are not being used as well as encounter deck stuff, check out this post we have on our site: http://www.outpostzero.net/2014/09/lotr-lcg-storage-solution.html

I am doing something similar with the tabs (downloaded from BGG) as they will bit perfectly into the core set box, but I am going to laminate them to protect the tabs. Cutting these out takes a LONG time btw, but worth it.

u/absynthinwonderland · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

If you haven't played Munchkin you absolutely need to get it. It's an amazing card game! There's actually a zombie version of it which is probably my favorite one. It's good for a decent amount of age ranges too which is great. My husband, our friends, and I are all 20-21. We play it with my husband's cousins who are about your boyfriend's daughter's age. We also play it with my mother-in-law. I absolutely cannot tell you how much you need to get this game. It's amazing.

Zombie Munchkin

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 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00XYC3MNI/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_lVPJDb0QC99A3

u/TheWorldHatesPaul · 2 pointsr/magicTCG

Actually I am almost done foiling out BW Edrazi & Taxes and started looking into this as well. I went with KMC Perfect Hard + Dragonshield Mattes, and just got the Perfect Hards a couple days ago and re-sleeved. To give you an idea of the thickness increase, prior to that I was using a Ultra Pro 2-Piece 150 Count Clear Card Storage Box for the double-sleeved deck, sleeved sideboard, and extra inner/outer sleeves. (FYI, I love this deck box and use them for all my other decks.) After going with the Hards, the 60 card deck fits fine in the storage box, but not the SB and extra sleeves. This is even after 24-hours of the sleeves sitting under some very heavy programming books. So yeah, that combo does add a good amount of thickness, but they do feel great when shuffling, and I like the added protection. Edit: I tested with Ultra Pro Eclipse and hated them, totally muted the foiling effect and didn't feel any better than DS mattes.

As for a new deck box, I just ordered a Ultra Pro Satin Tower Deck Box. I really hope it fits all the cards and the top doesn't open in my backpack.

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/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/IHadANameOnce · 2 pointsr/boardgames

Not really. I usually tinker around with containers until I find a good match.

[this one] (https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B016CWIJRU/ref=yo_ii_img?ie=UTF8&psc=1) has been pretty useful. I keep 4 games in it (codenames, set, biblios, bang the dice game).

[this one] (https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00WFJJWM6/ref=yo_ii_img?ie=UTF8&psc=1) and [this one] (https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00WFJJREO/ref=yo_ii_img?ie=UTF8&psc=1&th=1) are pretty good too. I've used the latter for five tribes and Inis.

The ultra pro boxes are great too. Most smaller games or card games will fit in them. I kept codenames in one of the 250 (100?) card one for a while.

Some games, like Lords of Waterdeep and King of Tokyo can also be considerably reduced in size if you make some of your own components, particularly if you can replace the board. For both of these I printed custom version of the board on cloth and was able to reduce their required storage space to less than half.

Edit : I misread the question, here's the answer to what you asked : no, I have a couple of different style of boxes so I can usually tell at a glance what game is in which box. You could also label them if you'll have similar containers. Other than that they're all just in my closet.

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/Hitokiri_Ace · 3 pointsr/AnimeFigures

I just added some 'risers' to my display cases. :)

This is what I used. They look pretty good, are pretty cheap.. and I'm much happier to have things I can see on the back rows now. :)


I can take some quick phone pics and show the result if you're interested.

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/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/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/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/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/KnitPrincess · 3 pointsr/EDH

Jeez, that's hard. I feel like his best bet would be this case called "The Quiver" https://www.amazon.com/Portable-Carrying-Exterior-Dividers-Compatible/dp/B00XYC3MNI and then a couple smaller double deck boxes like these https://www.amazon.com/Card-Twin-Flip-Xenoskin-Black/dp/B016CWIEMK. 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 https://www.amazon.com/Pirate-Lab-Large-Collectible-Carrying/dp/B01M9B7W47 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/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/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/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/AtlasPJackson · 1 pointr/magicTCG

I've got a flip-n-tray. It's... pretty good. I haven't had any serious problems with it. It seems like a step down, durability wise, from the Ultimate Guard Monolith, (which I feel totally safe stacking things on top of, or putting in the bottom of my luggage/event bag). The stitching was a bit loose on one of the corners; the Flip-n-Tray isn't perfectly square and I'm worried one day it may start to come apart.

The flip-n-tray is NOT designed to hold a double-sleeved commander deck. It will hold a single sleeved deck with room to spare, however.

Overall, I'm more inclined to trust the cheaper Monoliths to protect my cards, but I can't deny how classy the Flip-n-Tray looks and feels. As an added bonus, the trays themselves are removable, and are great for holding tokens and counters during the game--totally separate from the battlefield. Just note that the trays are snug. You need to take a little care when putting your cards back to avoid bending your sleeves.

u/8bitArchitect · 1 pointr/Pauper

Probably if you're talking about the thin plastic ones like this... https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B074DVF48M/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1505018810&sr=8-3&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=ultra+pro+deck+box&dpPl=1&dpID=417yKdxbkgL&ref=plSrch
My BCW boxes fit fine. I did grab a few of the Pirate Lab deckboxes. They come in sets of 5 and fit perfectly. That being said, I'm sure ultra pros fit.

u/EdenSB · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  1. I will be /u/EdenSB for Halloween. I'm not at home and I left my costume items a continent away. This may disqualify me from this contest. Halloween isn't really a thing here, so I can't even buy a new one.

  2. I have a lot of candy on my wishlist, such as this one or these which I'd like for my Halloween class event, but they may not get here in time for Halloween if ordered. My favorite item would be this though, which is related only in that it's zombies.

    Good luck in your interview!
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. https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B0007N7P8K/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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/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/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/Mutterfudder · 5 pointsr/dropmix

I’ve been using the following products:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00XYC3MNI?ref=yo_pop_ma_swf 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/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/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/spunky10 · 1 pointr/boardgames

Card Box 1000 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0007N7P8K?ref=yo_pop_ma_swf

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 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00SJM9M7S/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_GH19Ab6PP29C7

u/AnteaterTamer · 1 pointr/magicTCG

> Deckbox Profile
> Tradelist

I am playing less Modern, and am considering trading some of the Grixis Death's Shadow cards that don't overlap with other decks, if I can trade them all at once.

I am always willing to look at your tradelist, so feel free to send me a message if I have something you're interested in, even if you don't have anything I've listed below. Deckbox is my preferred means of correspondence / trading.

Notable Haves:

  • Death's Shadow (4 WWK), Street Wraith (4 FUT), and Collective Brutality (2) [only trading these cards together]
  • Ancestral Vision (4 TSP)
  • Sword of Light and Shadow (DST)
  • Null Rod
  • Scroll Rack (TMP)
  • Bitterblossom (2 MOR)
  • Scion of Oona (4)
  • Unified Will (5)
  • Countersquall
  • Bulk rares (regular and foil; happy to work out a fair discounted price for rares with a Deckbox/TCG price of <$1-ish).

    I also have some supplies for trade:

  • UltraPro 2x2 binder ($10): link
  • Ultimate Guard Monolith (Petrol / Teal) ($15): link
  • Ultimate Guard Monolith (Black) ($15): link

    Conditions are used but fine. Happy to send photos if desired. I'd trade these at the value listed (not a huge discount, but you get to pay with MtG cards instead of cash).

    Notable Wants:

  • Intuition
  • Infernal Tutor (3)
  • Grim Monolith
  • Palinchron
  • Gilded Drake
  • Pact of Negation (FUT)
  • Gamble (USG)
  • ONS/ZEN/KTK fetches
  • Beta / Euro basic lands
  • Revised dual lands (especially Bayou; willing to trade out of inventory if I'm not currently using the cards)
  • To browse your tradelist
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/se4n · 6 pointsr/Netrunner

I haven't seen anyone mention premium deck storage here yet. For Father's Day, my wife got me this Ultimate Guard Twin Flip n' Tray:


These are great for carrying around four decks and tokens -- I love mine. I've never much liked the competing Legion Elder Dragon Vault, because, c'mon, dragon scales don't really fit cybernoir. But those are good, too.

I've also liked this Dragon Shield box for storing more than two decks:


But it cracked, as plastic can do. I vastly prefer the Ultimate Guard!

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/rkho · 1 pointr/mtgcube

Okay, sounds good. If you're open to spending about $15-20, this box is fantastic. It fit a double-sleeved 540 cube plus 225 basic lands snugly. It'll definitely fit 720 single-sleeved just fine, though you may want to pick up a cardboard box for the basic lands.

u/TommyNookah · 1 pointr/AGOTBoardGame

Do you mean one sleeve specifically to store 7 cards between games?

That's pretty specific; I'm not sure I've ever seen anything like that. If you want to protect your cards you might consider getting deck protectors for each individual card and then getting a box to store them in, although I'm not actually sure if the house cards fit into deck protectors.

Hope this helps.

u/fudgebug · 1 pointr/magicTCG

I've been moving away from BCW cardboard boxes to these: Card Box 1000. I really like them and they're in between the BCWs and really high end stuff like Aaron Cain custom storage. A similar option that some people like is this one: Stack 'n' Safe Deck Box (480 Cards). Also, /U/professorSTAFF just did a review of some nice options by DEX Protection: https://youtu.be/q8uVQmPU334

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/mysterious_gamer · 2 pointsr/boardgames

Last time I travelled with games I bought some of the ultrapro hard plastic deck boxes and a hard plastic project case. Games like Splendor can fit in a deck box. Games with boards / bigger components fit in a mix of deck box and in the project case.

I think I brought 10 or so games with me in 1 project case and 4 or so deck boxes and the hard plastic kept everything safe even in a checked bag.

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/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/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/Slurmsmackenzie8 · 5 pointsr/mtgcube

25 of each is safe, 30 is ultra safe. I keep my 430 plus 150 lands, almost 100 tokens, and dice very comfortably in the KMC barrier box. My cube is still in the original I got in 2013 and my others are in them as well.

u/Neffelo · 1 pointr/EDH

The Xenoskin flip n tray double from ultimate guard is by far my favorite deckbox. I can fit 100 double sleeved cards on one half, all my dice in the middle and then any tokens/emblems/etc on the other half.

Ultimate guard by far makes the best deckboxes in my opinion.

Here is the amazon link: https://www.amazon.com/Ultimate-Guard-Card-Twin-Xenoskin/dp/B016CWIEL6/ref=sxin_1_ac_d_pm?ac_md=3-1-QmV0d2VlbiAkMjUgYW5kICQ0MA%3D%3D&keywords=ultimate+guard&pd_rd_i=B016CWIEL6&pd_rd_r=eb2dbd31-8d2f-48fd-ba02-578a98455cb4&pd_rd_w=bRe6n&pd_rd_wg=IohWA&pf_rd_p=be5d8dec-444e-4770-91df-1e16a8c46da8&pf_rd_r=P6RA1KMY90FZ4JGHWGQ2&qid=1564203209&s=toys-and-games

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/firedogee · 1 pointr/StarWarsArmada

Has anybody tried this beast? I've been thinking it would be a great all in one box for the ship, squadron and upgrades/damage cards. The oversized front pocket might be to thin to hold many ship cards with sleeves. I do like the dice and small storage drawer though. This thing is HUGE!


u/prosperosmile · 2 pointsr/boardgames

I have a laptop zippered clamshell case and a card deck box clamshell that I keep my rulebooks and boards or cards and pieces in, respectively.

They're nice because I can fit 3-4 games in them, they both fit in my backpack, and they protect my games fairly well. Total cost was about $6 because I got the laptop case from a thrift store and I repurposed the case of my FauxPro camera when it broke.

This is what the laptop case looks like.

This is what the card box looks like.

u/redli0nswift · 1 pointr/boardgames

For Dominion, I don't know about snap together boxes but I use KMC Card Boxes for mine. One box fits three regular sized expansions. This is great when you don't own all the expansions or if you want a modular solution.

u/rizzeedizzee · 5 pointsr/mtgfinance

For buylists less than 400 cards, I put 100 each in plastic cases like these (https://www.amazon.com/2-Piece-PLASTIC-STORAGE-Sports-Gaming/dp/B00AU762PK) For 400 or more, I put them in cardboard boxes that you can buy at sportscards stores, and fill any excess room with paper towels so everything is snug. I never sleeve cars and every one of my buylists - several of which have included cards valued at $200+ - I've realized 97% or higher of the expected buylist value.

EDIT - as far as shipping to the online entity, I use priority mail with insurance and I save the foam peanuts I get when ordering and reuse them to pack the box tight.

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/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/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/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/MaskedThespian · 1 pointr/magicTCG

I use a couple of these, though seeing as I live in Japan they're less than half that price. I can carry 10-11 regular decks (single sleeved) in one of these.

Edit: Ah, I just reread your post where you stated that you wanted a way to carry your existing, pre-boxed stuff. This box isn't so good for that, but if you don't mind just using dividers to separate your decks then it's a pretty good box to carry a number of decks in.

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/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/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) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00BBYEAZ0/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_F5WLBbJY3TNA7) 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/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/Rojatrotzen · 3 pointsr/magicTCG

This would be a good fit; they’re currently out of black on amazon but maybe gray would be okay?

Alternatively you could find the same variety that is for just one deck, but the twins aren’t that much more expensive and it’s nice to hold two

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/cardfightvanguard

When I take multiple decks with me I use this case the deck boxes fit nicely in it
I have a friend who uses this case instead of buying multiple deck boxes

u/cwaffle · 1 pointr/EDH

I use these. Perfect for double sleeved decks plus tokens, and an area on the bottom that fits 9 roll downs perfectly. But I've never heard of someone triple sleeving cards. You might need something that is made for 150 double sleeved cards.

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/cynic-clinic · 3 pointsr/magicTCG

At the moment, your options are largely limited to this (edit: and the other boxes linked in the comments below) for deck boxes and this for card sleeves. You'll note that all of these are Ultra Pro products, and none of them are particularly desirable. I would be very happy if KMC or similar got into the oversized card market - niche as it may be - in response to the renewed interest in Planechase.

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 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0007N7P8K/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_FuY-BbBQ8Z9D7

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/jb0414 · 1 pointr/Munchkin

I use Yugioh sleeves like these - http://www.amazon.com/Ultra-Supplies-YUGIOH-Protector-Sleeves/dp/B004R7DUZ4 . They're a little big, but they work well enough. They are a bit slippery, so it does limit the max safe height of the draw decks.

And then for Dungeons/Caverns/Hideouts I think it's these - http://www.amazon.com/Oversized-Deck-Protector-Sleeves-40ct/dp/B003K5TMJW . They are oversized Magic the Gathering sleeves.

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/Chief5000 · 1 pointr/EldritchHorror

I just used a $12 plastic ammo crate from amazon

and 1 set of these card display cases that fit the decks just right!

and just a simple small fishing box!

I'm using the deck boxes (now empty) as placeholders till i get some foam to keep everything from sliding around! I have 2 of the expansions but have plenty of room to fit even more!

u/tyler77189 · 4 pointsr/EDH

I use these and they're super cheap. This might not be the best place to buy them. A card shop near me sells them for 1.50. They are 150 count but perfect with sleeves.


u/costofanarchy · 1 pointr/mtgcube

Links/Prices assuming you're in the US.

u/aether_tech · 3 pointsr/magicTCG

Sleeves: https://www.amazon.com/Ultra-Pro-Oversized-Protectors-82420/dp/B003K5TMJW

Binder page: https://www.amazon.com/20-Twenty-Pages-4-Pocket-pockets/dp/B004QVH0RK

They do exist - yes. Its however up to you to find the best deal on them, this is just a quick google search I Did.

u/MustangDuvall · 2 pointsr/magicTCG


The professor did a pretty good review of it, gave it a B+. Fits six commander decks (although mine aren't double sleeved) and some tokens and stuff in the top compartment. I prefer it to carrying around a BCW long box.

u/MDivisor · 2 pointsr/lotrlcg

I've been pretty happy with using these Dragon Shield storage boxes. They're cheap and widely available at least in Finland where I am.

One of those boxes pretty much exactly holds one full cycle (deluxe + APs) of encounter cards sleeved. I've made simple separators out of cardboard for the different encounter sets. Fair warning: for most cycles it's a little bit of a tight fit so getting the cards out of the box for play can be a bit inelegant. For me it's not a big problem.

This of course makes the original core set box not really useful, but I have almost every expansion by now and they're not going to fit in there anyway.

Player cards I have in binders (or smaller deckboxes for decks I've built with them).

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/dipshitdipshit · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Bea, go to sleep.

I'd love these card sleeves. I just got a bunch of rare cards I need to protect. Plus, I'd be willing to scream "By the power of Bea (or bicarbonates if you wish) I HAVE THE POWER!" every time I play a game.

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/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/foebot · 1 pointr/secretsanta

Zombie Fluxx is fun! And there's also Munchkin Zombies :)

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/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/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/MachinaBlau · 3 pointsr/cardfightvanguard

If you want the best price in terms of a single deck box, you really can't go wrong with the Satin Tower as it does have the compartment for dice with being durable and locking. If you have 4+ amount of decks, then I do suggest looking into these kinds of cases: https://www.amazon.com/Caseling-Holder-Games-Moveable-Dividers/dp/B00WFJJWM6/ref=sr_1_5?s=toys-and-games&ie=UTF8&qid=1518975059&sr=1-5&keywords=card+case

Sleeves are another story. If your double sleeving, then you do understand that they will be standard size (so character sleeves and small sleeves won't be used). KMC are currently questionable due to rumored manufacturing changes to their quality, but also you can't tell if they are the newer ones vs older one in stock.
My recommendation is going with Dragon Shield Mattes. Dragon Shields are known to be durable (I have had my sets for about 1-2 years and still strong).

If you are going to carry around a small amount of singles, I would suggest a 4 pocket binder (be able to show off playsets). If you are going to be trading, a 12 pocket card binder would be better.

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/inatube · 1 pointr/magicTCG

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

When I expanded to 450, I got this: http://www.amazon.com/KMC-Card-Box-1000/dp/B0007N7P8K

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/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/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/smokekeef · 7 pointsr/EDH

I used to keep each deck in a case like this to showcase the commander. Now that I doublesleeve my decks don't fit in those boxes as well, so I use these. I think it's easier than grouping all your decks together.

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/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/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/Xunae · 3 pointsr/dndnext

This is the deck box I use. This is my solution for storing them, making them easy to travel with, and making them minimally organized.

mine fit in card sleeves (the kind you'd use for a magic the gathering deck). I then put them in a deck box and separate the token types with cards. The deck box above is nice because I use flat standees and the middle space holds the bases well.

This is very similar to the binder of coins posted above, but this is easier for me to travel with.

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/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) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00BBYEAZ0/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_gZcjzb6PP7TVY

KMC card barrier: has a better latch than the Ultimate Guard but the dividers aren't as good.
Card Box 1000 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0007N7P8K/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_P2cjzbKP8XM8B

u/onyxavenger · 3 pointsr/EDH

I use the [KMC Card Box 1000] (https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0007N7P8K/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1504969739&sr=8-1&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=Kmc+box&dpPl=1&dpID=41yx2KjFJqL&ref=plSrch) 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/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/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/branimated · 1 pointr/Netrunner

An Ultra-pro Satin Tower. More than enough room for two sleeved decks, detachable bottom tray with enough room for plenty of tokens, looks great, $12. Why on Earth would I want to pay/lug more?

u/rickboo · 3 pointsr/FourSouls

Ultimate Guard UGD010085 - Stack... https://www.amazon.de/dp/B00BBYEAZ0?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share

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

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/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/WyrdGM · 1 pointr/l5r

I am using these (as well as red, black, and white)

For a case, I am using the Ultimate Guard 100, but I had been considering this:
Deck Box Twin Flip N Tray Xenoskin 200 Case, Petrol https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01CS0ZKV8/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_9vRVzbFHK4W0A

Still do not have a playmat idea. Lol

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/_windfish_ · 1 pointr/magicTCG

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

u/Bioq · 2 pointsr/mtgcube

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

u/Tweeqk · 4 pointsr/magicTCG

Not a deck box but im a big fan of this. Quiver Black Playing Card Case https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00XYC3MNI/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_zZd4CbAMARDN9 i use it to carry 3 edh decks in boulder cases and still have room for dice and playmat. Give it a thought.

u/spotted_owl_tits · 0 pointsr/boardgames

I store Tanto Cuore base game + Expanding the house in one of these and it works great.

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: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0041EV4GK/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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/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. http://www.amazon.com/Quiver-Exterior-Adjustable-Shoulder-Dividers/dp/B00XYC3MNI

u/wtjbatman · 10 pointsr/boardgames

I like to save money by repurposing things, but just a heads up that boxes for cards really aren't that expensive. Right now on Amazon you can buy a pack of 5 Ultra Pro deck boxes for $8.50 with prime shipping.

u/rodneystubbs · 2 pointsr/swdestiny

I just got this in the mail and it works really well. Fits two decks + dice in the sides and then the middle compartment can fit more dice or tokens.


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/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/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/KingKozuma · 1 pointr/ChronoClashSystemGame

I haven't measured them myself but I believe, they are 3.5 x 5 in. If so, these should fit them:

Ultra Pro Oversized Protectors

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: https://www.amazon.com/Portable-Carrying-Exterior-Dividers-Compatible/dp/B00XYC3MNI/

u/xerexerex · 1 pointr/zombies

Munchkin Zombies

Munchkin has come out with a version for pretty much anything you'd want.

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/philequal · 3 pointsr/boardgames

Dominion - Hinterlands for $25.92
Dominion - Adventures for $29.18
Munchkin Zombies for $14.42
Munchkin Booty for $16.36

u/fastwalker0 · 2 pointsr/XWingTMG

(Hope 3rd time post will bypass whatever is going on with reddit servers.)

I use Ultra Pro Deck Boxes and buy them in bulk. You can store specific types of cards in a different colored box. They hold a lot of cards sleeved and unsleeved. They're cheap. And pretty durable.

Ultra Pro Deck Box 5 Set -- $8.38

u/Melphor · 6 pointsr/KeyforgeGame

I'm personally not a fan of how the 2 parts of the deck box slide into each other. I prefer the Ultimate Guard Flip'n'Tray boxes because they still have the tray, and the magnets on the boxes are very strong. You aren't going to be spilling anything. Plus you can get the 200 count box, and it will hold 6 sleeved decks.

u/cromonolith · 2 pointsr/magicTCG


This thread has someone saying they use the 150-count boxes for EDH decks. Also the Amazon page for the 150 count box has questions about EDH decks.

If you google a bit I'm sure you can find people talking about them or at least find the measurements of the box.

u/vxcosmicowl · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Why not make an advent calendar using red and green card sleeves? Get a foamcore board/posterboard/whatever and some card cases that are opaque on one side. Attach the clear side to the poster board and put number stickers and other decorations on the opaque side, then just slide the cards into the cases! Easy-peasy and not too expensive :)

example of card sleeves

Example of advent calendar

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/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/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/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/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/DABuehl · 2 pointsr/arkhamhorrorlcg

I have my stored in a couple of these. One contains the player cards and bits to play the game. The other is encounter cards and the scenario pamphlets. Had I to do over, I'd probably just get one of the 4 or 5 row boxes. It fills up fast.

Within the box, I organize using the cheap Ultra-Pro deck boxes and team bags

u/djreeves2 · 1 pointr/FinalFantasyTCG

I think they're the Dragon Shield Clear card holders:


u/ODSTnick · 5 pointsr/magicTCG

Dragon Shield makes a 4 slot deck box.

Dragon Shield Four-Compartment Storage Box - Clear https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00DJ4N3Y4/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_c_api_R5SQAbRK5MH8Y

u/Zylo_001 · 3 pointsr/EDH

I quite like the Quiver ( https://www.amazon.com/Quiver-Carrying-Exterior-Dividers-Compatible/dp/B00XYC3MNI ) 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/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 (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0007N7P8K/ref=cm_sw_r_other_awd_7VnIwbDT1JH0P)

u/GenerousWineMerchant · 1 pointr/EDH

Yes! I am separating my cards into 3 of these boxes + 1 shoe box: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0007N7P8K/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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/melliott2811 · 4 pointsr/EDH

UltraPro makes oversized sleeves. They fit the big Commander cards and the big Planechase planar cards.


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/internetornator · 6 pointsr/yugioh

its these

I use them to store my decks in a briefcase like Kaiba. https://i.imgur.com/nkfAFZW.jpg