I am a first-time STH and wondering how to keep track of my tickets. I have quite a few friends and family members who will buy single games or a couple of games off me and I'm wondering how best to keep which games I've sold and which games are Marquee, Platinum, etc. I'm pretty technically adept, so not sure if my best bet is to use Excel, a calendar program, whether there's an app for such things, etc. Any help is appreciated!
Selling any non-Yankee and non-Cardinals game for Face Value
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