Ticket stubs have always been cherished keepsakes for fans. Throughout the history of sports, they’ve served the same purpose, admitting spectators to witness their favorite team on a date, in a venue, from a seat they could call their own. 

The rise of digital ticketing has replaced this time-honored memento with mechanical convenience, leaving fans hungry for the physical relic that closely connects them to the teams they support, and the sports they love. 

Stub-e exists for every fan so they can preserve their unique memories with a commemorative ticket that’s worthy of game day. Each ticket features beautiful artwork and customizable designs to act as a vivid reminder of the freshly cut grass, the thunderous roar of the crowd, and all those who were there to share in every cheer.

Who is Stub-e For?


A fan never forgets the very first time they see their favorite team in person. Stub-e makes that moment last forever with the perfect keepsake to celebrate a fans first game day.

Season Ticket Holders

Through thick and thin, the diehards know how sacred game day is. Now fans can immortalize their unrelenting devotion with Stub-e commemorative tickets.

Fans Everywhere

For the fans who watch their teams from tailgates, couch cushions, and bar stools. Stub-e is available for whoever wants to commemorate their game day.


Stub-e Brings Back Ticket Stubs in Partnership with Ohio State

The Original Souvenir. Made Better. September 10, 2021 Fans are back in the stands and Stub-e is excited to celebrate this moment with the original souvenir. With its first collegiate partnership, Stub-e is partnering with The Ohio State Buckeyes to offer their fans [...]

Stub-e Adds Augmented Reality to Tickets

February 2, 2020 Old school, meet new school. Stub-e and Ingster Experiential Marketing (www.ingsterexperiential.com) teamed up to showcase augmented reality on all Stub-e commemorative tickets. Fans will be able to scan their Stub-e ticket with any smartphone camera to activate the experience. This [...]

The Death of Paper Tickets and the Stories They Leave Behind

Sports Illustrated | September 12, 2019 | Steve Rushin Feeling nostalgic about the imminent demise of the now antiquated paper ticket? QR not alone... John Burns held season tickets to Xavier basketball games for more than 40 years, in three different Cincinnati [...]


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