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Sterling Protectors is offering a major discount on protectors through Friday (and it is even better for Lamley Readers)

Protectors are a necessity for collectors.  Even a DLM fiend like me needs protectors, for my extra set of Car Culture for example.

That is why I partnered with Sterling Protectors a few years ago.  Sterling, in my opinion, makes the best protectors around.  Clear, sturdy, and they don’t damage the card corners.

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And right now is a great time to stock up.  Sterling has some cases of protectors that won’t fit on their truck, and they need to ship them directly from the manufacturing plant.  So through Friday morning, February 9th, at 10 AM Pacific Time, they are offering a 120-count pack for $99.95 on the Sterling Website only.  That is $30 off!

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The deadline was originally set for today, but they were nice enough to extend it to Feb 9th so I could get the word out to you guys.  No promo code needed, as the special price will automatically come up.  But remember, the sale HAS to end at 10 AM Friday in order for these cases to ship, so do it now.

Oh, and here is something even better.  The Lamley05 promo code works as well, so Lamley Readers can get an extra 5% off the already-discounted price!  That means $35 off.

Jump in with some friends, or stock up.  This won’t happen very often, and it is totally worth it.

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4 thoughts on “Sterling Protectors is offering a major discount on protectors through Friday (and it is even better for Lamley Readers) Leave a comment

  1. I’ve been saying it for the longest, it doesn’t make sense you spend a dollar in a Super TH or many other models, and spend more than that in a plastic cover… then, what can be the cost of producing those covers? I had to deal with a flower pot factory, and the cost of producing a 5″ pot in plastic, on any color, was about $.02 cents… selling them for $0.25 cents was a profit of over 2,000%. Once again, how much can be the cost of producing clear plastic covers???

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