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FAN'S EDGE

If you're looking for a sports memorabilia store with easy website navigation, great customer service, and a significantly large amount of memorabilia, Fan's Edge delivers. They know exactly what shoppers are looking for when searching for sports memorabilia.

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SPORTS MEMORABILIA

Sports Memorabilia offers a large selection of collectibles from every pro and collegiate team you can think of, at very competitive prices. Whether you are looking for a vintage baseball framed print, or a football autographed by your heros of today and yesterday, you'll find it here.

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SPORTS INTEGRITY

Sports Integrity has a variety of options for customers looking for sports memorabilia from boxing, collegiate and NFL football, NBA basketball, NHL hockey, and many other categories. With free shipping and regular discount codes featured on the site, an excellent authenticity guarantee, and competitive pricing, they are a strong choice for customers.

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STEINER SPORTS MEMORABILIA

For the avid professional sports fan who is still trying to find Yankee's memorabilia from the Bronx, Steiner Sports Memorabilia has the answer - along with any other professional football, basketball, hockey, baseball and even Olympics teams. Unfortunately this store does not offer any collegiate sports memorabilia.

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PRESS PASS COLLECTIBLES

Press Pass Collectibles is a sports memorabilia company specializing in autographed merchandise. The depth of their collection varies greatly from category to category and getting accurate results may be hit or miss when searching their inventory. Also, their return policy is not as customer friendly as other companies we've reviewed.

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Sports Memorabilia

Collecting sports memorabilia is a rewarding hobby on a grand scale. Sports lovers tend to prove their love of the game by collecting sports pieces in limited supply, or that are not available to anyone else. A finely stocked sports memorabilia collection can provide a real level of prestige.

Traditionally, only a few people lucky enough to live near specialty stores could enjoy collecting sports memorabilia. Far more often, the little corner shop miles away from your home, that is open only a few hours each day, has a very limited and expensive selection.

However, the internet has changed the reach of sports memorabilia enthusiasts. The beauty of looking for sports memorabilia on the internet is the vast selection you can find, and the convenience that is offered. Finding a rare baseball card from the 1970's or an autographed picture of your favorite Nascar driver can be done in just a few clicks. And the ability to compare prices requires only a moment of your time.

Several online sports memorabilia stores exist today that can help you add to your collection. When looking at different online stores, there are specific factors you should consider in order to find the best value for your money. Some of these include:

  • Selection. Some stores have thousands of sports memorabilia available; others have just a couple hundred. The more sports memorabilia inventory they have, the greater chance you'll find what you're looking for.
  • Ease of Use. Is the website clear and easy to navigate Will you quickly and efficiently find the sports memorabilia that you're looking for
  • Return Policy. Does the company allow you to return sports memorabilia products for a full refund How much time do you have to make a return

TopConsumerReviews.com has reviewed and ranked the best sports memorabilia stores available online today. We hope these reviews help you find the right sports memorabilia that you're searching for!



Sports Memorabilia In The News

Former Dodger/Yankee Steve Sax Sues Sports Collectibles Company Over Autographs

Former L.A. Dodgers and N.Y. Yankees second baseman Steve Sax has a bone to pick with the company that made his bobbleheads -- he says it screwed him out of some cash for his John Hancock. Sax claims he made a deal with sports gear company Forever ...

Published:  Wed, 18 Oct 2017 18:55:00 GMT



Sports cards and collectibles show coming to the Tri-States

The Sports Cards & Collectibles Showin the Panama City Mall in Panama City on Highway 231, from Friday, October 20th through Sunday, October 22nd. It lasts all day, keeping the same hours as the mall. According to breastcancer.org breast cancer is the ...

Published:  Wed, 18 Oct 2017 05:43:00 GMT



9-year-old lost all his baseball memorabilia in a fire, now fans are rallying to help him

A 9-year-old Oakland Athletics fan penned a heartfelt letter to his favorite team recounting every baseball-loving kid's worst nightmare - his entire collection of memorabilia was gone, lost when his burned down in the Northern California wildfires.

Published:  Mon, 16 Oct 2017 13:26:00 GMT



Murfreesboro man fulfills childhood dream with opening of sports memorabilia shop

Murfreesboro man fulfills childhood dream with opening of sports memorabilia shop West Tennessee native bankrolled the opening of Grand Slam Collectibles using proceeds from sale of a Michael Jordan rookie card Check out this story on jacksonsun.com: http ...

Published:  Mon, 16 Oct 2017 13:37:00 GMT



"E-commerce and Sports" - A Canadian Start-up Rises to the Challenge

The major value proposition that the company provides through the unique customisable sports chairs is not merely sports memorabilia, but exclusive designs on demand that anyone can enjoy - for life! From international flags to national sports leagues ...

Published:  Mon, 16 Oct 2017 21:54:00 GMT



Oakland A's start fund for young fan who wrote team about losing memorabilia in wildfires

The Oakland Athletics have set up a fund to help a young fan who wrote the team about losing all his memorabilia after wildfires destroyed his home. Loren Jade Smith, a 9-year-old from Santa Rosa, Calif., wrote a letter telling the team how he played ...

Published:  Mon, 16 Oct 2017 18:34:00 GMT



The shady game-worn Northwestern sports memorabilia market on EBay

Someone, somewhere is profiting off the names of Northwestern football players. On one of my many trips through the eBay catalog, I noticed that there were quite a few people buying and selling pieces of Northwestern football memorabilia. Old tickets stubs ...

Published:  Tue, 17 Oct 2017 06:01:01 GMT



A's lead effort to replace 9-year-old's memorabilia

Loren Jade Smith, who lost his vast collection of A's memorabilia in the wreckage ... The A's have also joined forced with other Bay Area professional sports teams -- San Francisco Giants, San Francisco 49ers, Oakland Raiders, Golden State Warriors ...

Published:  Wed, 18 Oct 2017 12:28:00 GMT



Newly Signed O.J. Simpson Memorabilia Already Selling For A Fortune (PICS)

Now that memorabilia is showing up for sale online, and as you would expect, it's not cheap. As first reported by TMZ, Steiner Sports, one of the biggest sports memorabilia dealers in the business, recently posted two vintage Buffalo Bills helmets in the ...

Published:  Fri, 13 Oct 2017 12:10:00 GMT



Baseball fan, 9, writes letter to team after losing memorabilia to wildfire

SANTA ROSA, CA (KGO/CNN) - A 9-year-old baseball fan wrote a heartbreaking letter to his favorite team after losing his collection of memorabilia when a California wildfire destroyed his home. Loren Smith, 9, is one of the Oakland Athletics' biggest ...

Published:  Wed, 18 Oct 2017 00:30:00 GMT




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