9 Things You Need To Know About The Dallas Card Show

Dallas Card Show
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Curious about The Dallas Card Show? We’ve put together a bevy of answers to the biggest questions we could find (and wanted to know ourselves). So, if you’re into cards, autographs, comics, and other collectibles add The Dallas Card Show to your calendar. Find out why (and more) below.

1. When is the Dallas Card Show? 

The event is happening from September 8th – 11th. It is a four-day event where you can go crazy looking for collectibles and connect with others who have the same interest as you. 

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2. Where is the Dallas Card Show being held? 

It will be at the Marriott Dallas Allen Hotel and Convention Center. The address is 777 Watters Creek Blvd., Allen, TX 75013. 

3. What time does the Dallas Card Show start? 

There are different start times depending on what tickets you are getting. Listed below are the different times for the different days and tickets.

VIP All Access 

  • Thursday 4 p.m  – 9 p.m 
  • Friday 9 a.m – 8 p.m 
  • Saturday 9 a.m – 6 p.m 
  • Sunday 9 a.m – 4 p.m 

VIP Pass

  • Thursday 6 p.m – 9 p.m 
  • Friday 12 p.m – 8 p.m 
  • Saturday 9:30 a.m – 6 p.m 
  • Sunday 9:30 a.m – 4 p.m 

General Admission 

  • Friday 2 p.m – 8 p.m 
  • Saturday 9:30 a.m – 6 p.m 
  • Sunday 9:30 a.m – 4 p.m 

Trade Night 

  • Saturday 6p.m – 2 a.m 

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4. How much are tickets for the Dallas Card Show?

There are different types of tickets depending on if you want to go in earlier than others. You can get the VIP tickets online, while general admission tickets will be available at the door. 

  • VIP All Access tickets – $90 
  • VIP Pass tickets – $35 
  • General Admission- $ 15 

5. Why should you attend the Dallas Card Show? 

The reason you should attend the Dallas Card Show is that there will be 600 vendors there selling unbelievable collectibles like Babe Ruth signed baseballs, Mike Trout cards, Luka Doncic cards, and so many more you won’t want to miss. They’re going to be many more trading cards than sports, like Pokemon, comic books, memorabilia, and toys. 

6. Who are the special guests attending the Dallas Card Show?

The special guests attending will be going on Saturday if you are wanting to get an autograph from them. We have provided the times they will be there on Saturday. You can purchase some of their trading cards online if you want to have them before the event. 

  • Bob Lilly  – 12 p.m 
  • Shane Lechler  – 1 p.m  
  • Joe Greene – 2 p.m 
  • Bill Bates 3 p.m 
  • Raghib “Rocket” Ismail – 6 p.m – During Trade Night 

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7. What happens if you can’t go to the Dallas Card Show 

If you can’t attend the event and would like the special guest to sign some of your own items, you can mail them in to get signed.  Here are some things you should know about mailing your items out and what you should put in the package. 

  • Print and fill out the form. 
  • Print Receipt 
  • Include your own shipping labels with your items 

8. Is there any room for more vendors? 

As of right now, there is still availability for more vendors. If you are a vendor and need another table or resources, you can contact them at (469) 656-1445. 

9. How to contact the Dallas Card Show? 

If you have any questions that are more in-depth than the basic questions that are listed, you can either give them a call at (469) 656-1445 or email them at [email protected].