The Ultimate Playbill Binder - Archival Quality Storage for Contemporary Sized Playbills

The Ultimate Playbill Binder - Archival Quality Storage for Contemporary Sized Playbills (U801)

4.82 stars, based on 11 reviews
An exclusive Playbill item - This custom-made three-ring binder - the top choice for Playbill magazine collectors who wish to keep their collection in mint condition - uses archival quality materials to attractively display, organize, and protect...
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USA

Absolutely thrilled with these

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  • Quality
  • craftsmanship
  • Durability
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  • Pricey
  • Shipping is expensive
I now own three of these Ultimate Playbill Binders, and each are magnificent. I've seen cheap knock off's on other web sites but nothing comes close to the quality and craftsmanship as these. I've even dropped mine and they've stayed intact. And they've kept my Playbill's in pristine condition. I highly recommend these to anyone who wants to collect Programs and Playbills.

san diego

best system for playbills

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I have 6 of these and have just ordered 2 more. I wish there was a space on the binding that had a space to indicate what was stored. Year, or type, or theater, etc. It would be even better if it was something that could be changed, if a different system was used.

Memphis

Great, but expensive!

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Pros:
  • Sturdy
  • Great sleeves
  • Looks great
Cons:
  • VERY expensive
I own 3, but probably won’t buy any more. $59 each including tax and shipping is ridiculous.

New York, NY

I LOVE THESE!

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Pros:
  • Quality
  • Practical
Cons:
  • A little pricey
  • No discount for multiple purchases
<p>I now have 16 of these binders and they are the perfect way to preserve and display your Playbills.</p>

Chicago

Love these binders

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  • Holds many playbills
Cons:
  • COST! Too high & shipping is also high
These binders are very nice and durable. The plastic pockets can be fragile and you have to be careful not to rip the strip in back which holds down the flap.

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