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Topic: Small Packet Sales
Message: Posted by: Seeker (Apr 20, 2012 10:22PM)
Hey guys.

I can't believe I forgot about this section when I was thinking of this question- took a friendly reminder.

That said, I have been wanting to start selling small packet tricks to people after my shows and as give aways for young people when they seem inspired.

Of course there is the Svengali deck, but I wanted a couple of options.
The two card monte is already on my list.

Does anyone else have any suggestions of packet effects that I could put together to sell off without any copy right issues?

Thanks in advance guys.
Message: Posted by: DonDriver (Apr 20, 2012 10:36PM)
When you say "packet effects " do you only want card effects or can you sell any EZ magic trick ?

Don
Message: Posted by: Seeker (Apr 21, 2012 12:03AM)
Any easy card trick would work.

I guess the thought that crossed my mind was to also buy some of those thin plastic card wallets and put these small packet effects like montes that use 2-5 cards in the and the instructions in the other sleeve. Then a print out sticker with my info for booking and private lessons on the front too (maybe).

But I am very open to ideas Don.
Message: Posted by: sideshowsam (Apr 22, 2012 07:53PM)
How about those Calendar cards with all the numbers on them - where a spec chooses a number and then separates the cards if it has the number then you can tell the number. I can't remember the exact name of them...

./sam
Message: Posted by: Seeker (Apr 23, 2012 10:41AM)
Sam,

I know exactly what your talking about -the name escapes me too.
I've seen it printed with spot cards printed on them too.

I've had a hand full of people pm me about ideas and deals they have found, thank you to each and everyone of you. Much appreciated.

I think I know what I am going to be putting together.

I am always looking for new ideas, so feel free to post them here!
Message: Posted by: jay kirwan (Apr 23, 2012 07:27PM)
I think those cards are commercially available as "Calculator Cards" or "Computer Cards".