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Andrew Kiser
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I tried to do a quick search in the forums to try and find a centralized location for tips and advice on board game storage but didn't find anything. So, I thought I would start a new thread. Please let me know if one already exists.

Here's what I'm currently using:

Pirate Lab Small Case
I use this case to hold a few SmashUp games, a couple of Munchkin, the Minecraft Card Game, and Carcassonne. It has nice foam inserts/dividers with pockets for rules and notebooks.The larger case also has an internal strap for a rolled up playmat (which I will be getting with the one of those awesome Munchkin playmats).

My brother also passed along a tip for using small ziplocks to seperate out 'starting player' sets of game pieces. You can get them in bulk on Amazon and they have various sizes.

Here's some other thins I've found but have not tried:
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Jason Brown
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For carrying games, there's really no better deal than a Cajon bag. They retail for around $20 USD, offer great protection, are easy to carry and are inadvertently perfectly sized for most board games.

Check out this one from Amazon.

Check the bottom of the page where it says "Customers who bought this also bought these items." It's a case designed for a musical instrument, yet that list is all board games I'm waiting for the manufacturers to figure it out. When they do, I'm sure they'll put a logo on it, triple the price and run a Kickstarter. Probably right around the time Ikea does the same with their Kallax Official Board Game shelving system!
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