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Price tags

I am going to be selling at my first show in a few months...but I am not sure what to do about price tags. I do not want to ruin the boxes by putting something on there that will not come out.
Any thoughts on what to use or do those little colored dots work pretty well?


  • Russell844Russell844 Member Posts: 2,390
    I have used sticky notes before.
  • ndisgizendisgize Member Posts: 21
    I have used sticky notes before.
    No damage?
  • Russell844Russell844 Member Posts: 2,390
    Nope. In fact some of them had trouble staying on. They have very little adhesive.
  • AstrobricksAstrobricks Member Posts: 5,436
    Not sure if this would be an issue for you, but sticky notes are also easy for someone to swap if you aren’t watching. There are price stickers I’ve seen in thrift stores and such that are easily removable without damage to the box, but hard to do so without damaging the sticker in an obvious way. But, if you’re there watching everything, then it shouldn’t be an issue.
  • Russell844Russell844 Member Posts: 2,390
    When I did it I also had a paper price list, so if there were any shenanigans I had the master prices.
  • ndisgizendisgize Member Posts: 21
    Thanks for the input!
    I will try sticky notes on empty boxes first.
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