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Q: Searching Value of NFL 22kt Gold Super Bowl Tickets Complete Collection ( Answered 1 out of 5 stars,   0 Comments )
Subject: Searching Value of NFL 22kt Gold Super Bowl Tickets Complete Collection
Category: Sports and Recreation > Hobbies and Crafts
Asked by: scottmando-ga
List Price: $25.00
Posted: 16 Aug 2002 13:43 PDT
Expires: 15 Sep 2002 13:43 PDT
Question ID: 55392
I recently acquired a complete collection of 22kt Gold Super Bowl
Tickets, individually cased sheets, from Super Bowl I to Current. The
binder that their in has " Willabee & Ward " embosed on it. I am
searching the web to find a approx. value of this collectors item.
Also after finding this value where would I be able to sell it online
for max profit.
Please help if you can.
Thank You Scott Novy
Subject: Re: Searching Value of NFL 22kt Gold Super Bowl Tickets Complete Collection
Answered By: blader-ga on 16 Aug 2002 14:07 PDT
Rated:1 out of 5 stars
Dear scottmando:

Thank you for your question. Here is what I have found:

Although I have found few sites that mention this collection, only one
site gives a price for these tickets.

Danbury Mint sells this complete collection, including collectors
album, at $15.95 per ticket, delivered bimonthly. Since there has been
36 Super Bowls to date, this would put the approximate value of your
collection at $500-$600 dollars.

Here is the description on their website:

# For each Super Bowl, a unique ticket design is created to
commemorate the event. Now, you can own the coveted tickets to each
Super Bowl, re-created in genuine 22kt gold collector editions!
# To create each ticket, a skilled craftsman meticulously
hand-inscribes every minute detail of the original, both front and
back, in raised relief on a steel die. The die is used to strike the
relief on thin sheets of paper backed 22kt gold foil. The result is an
astonishing three-dimensional gold image in high relief.
# Each ticket is encased in vinyl and mounted on a 9" x 12" Collector
Panel that displays both sides of the ticket. The Collector Panel also
features a full-color reproduction of the original ticket along with
that game's statistics. You will also receive a Collector's Album, at
no additional charge, to exhibit this superb collection.
# The first ticket and Collector Panel in the collection can be yours
for just $4.95. Thereafter, two tickets will be sent to you each month
at $15.95 per ticket, plus shipping and handling.
# Officially authorized by the NFL. 


I have also searched for a good online auction site where you can sell
these tickets, such as SportsBid, among others. I have concluded that
the best place to sell your tickets, in terms of potential audience,
is still at Ebay Sports, which is below:

The other choices were simply too small and cannot compare to Ebay's
nearly 200,000 sports memorabilia listings.

Google Search Strategy:

22kt OR "22 karat" OR "22 kt" Super-Bowl Tickets OR Ticket

I hope this helps!

Best Regards,

Clarification of Answer by blader-ga on 17 Aug 2002 12:40 PDT
Dear scottmando:

As a researcher, it is impossible to know what you may have already
seen before unless you tell us first. I'm a bit confused about this
rating. You asked for an approximate value of this collector's item,
which I have provided. May I ask what kind of format you were looking

In the future, please ask for a clarification request before rating an
answer, so that the researcher can hopefully provide you with
additional information.

Best Regards,

Request for Answer Clarification by scottmando-ga on 17 Aug 2002 14:03 PDT
Sorry, I quess I should have been more specific in what I was asking
I apologize for the poor rating I gave. I am really asking to find a
true, hopfully duplicate item with a price tag on it for a comparison.
The name " Willaby & Ward " ? I believe that there must be other
Willaby & Ward tickets for sale somewhere? E-Bay would probably be the
best place to sell? But what about something more exclusive for such
an item. See what you can do or I quess I while just have to place it
in an auction with a price I think would be fair and see what it does
? Thanks Again Scott

Clarification of Answer by blader-ga on 17 Aug 2002 15:12 PDT
Dear scottmando:

Willaby and Ward is the company that makes all the real Super Bowl
tickets as well, which is the reason why it appears on your
collection. The Danbury Mint's ticket collection should be identical
to yours. These are publically available prices.

I had researched other auction sites devoted to sports memorabilia in
hopes of finding a more exclusive audience in order to maximize your
auction value, but simply none of them has the numbers EBay does. I
have also tried searching for some kind of auction of these tickets on
these other sites, but it appears no one else is selling them.

I have found however, one person who is selling them, but no price is
listed. Here is the listing information:

    * Item: gold superbowl tickets
    * Specifications: Selling
    * Contact: 580 526 3438
    * Date: 01.11.02


collection 1 to 37 super bowl tickets 22kt. gold (in book)

Hope this helps! 

Best Regards,
scottmando-ga rated this answer:1 out of 5 stars
Your answer did not help me at all. Through my own searches I came up
with exactly the same results. That answer is not worth the Money I
had offered I believe this reasearch department can do better ? Please
try to do more if you can. Thanks Scott

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