If you’ve always wanted to know how much your signed ticket stubs are worth, Beckett Collectibles has the answer.
An industry leader in the collectibles space, the company is expanding its services to include grading and authentication of physical tickets from sports games, concerts, and other live events.
Founded in 1984, Beckett provides a range of services that include grading and authentication for sports cards, non-sports trading cards, trading card game cards, comic books, and celebrity autographs, plus other collectible media such as VHS tapes.
To oversee operations, Beckett has brought in Steve Lee as the head of ticket grading. Lee has been an active figure in the collectibles space for decades, with more than 30 years of experience.
Last month, Dallas Cowboys linebacker Micah Parsons stopped by Beckett headquarters with two signed ticket stubs from the game in which New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge broke the all-time home run record. Parsons became the first collector to grade and authenticate a ticket with Beckett.
For your ticket to be graded and authenticated, you can submit it by mail or via physical drop-off at Beckett’s Plano, Texas location. Signed and unsigned tickets will be delivered back to the owner within 30 business days.
To find out pricing and service tiers, including additional add-ons such as autograph authentication for signed tickets, visit beckett.com/tickets.