- TC Bulk sells cardboard boxes sized for playing cards and they also sell plastic BCW cases for cards.
- GT Zip (GT Bags) sells ziplock bags in custom sizes. They sell super clear bags for a premium. Also, if your game has no POP display and you expect to have your game hung up on a peg board or rotating stand, you'll want to get the bags as hanghole bags.
- Ted Pella sells cardboard and styrene plastic storage boxes.
- JC Danczak sells plastic tubes suitable for packaging dice, stones, game parts, etc.
- B & H sells videotape boxes which are great for storing mini-games.
- Plasti-Case makes custom plastic cases with or without foam inserts.
- Great River Plastics makes clamshell plastic cases for storing game parts. Look in both the specialty and clamshell sections.
- Cactus Containers are wizards with cardboard. You can get two color (cheap) or four color (expensive) thick carboard boxes printed here. Perfect for Indie POP displays. Check out the shipper displays, that convert from a shipping box to a POP display.
- IMPAK (Sorbent Systems) produces plastic and mylar foil resealable pouches. Some of them come with a tear off tamper proof strip up top. The 2.75 inch by 4.5 inch pouches look great for boosters. Get them printed 4 color front and 1 color on the back. This is different than the method normally used for a booster pack, but it's a really interesting idea. The pouches are sealed on three sides and can be heat sealed on the top. A pretty good idea of producing boosters with a simple heat sealing machine.
- Uline sells shrink wrapping supplies, especially shrink film bags.
- To make prototype tuckboxes, use the Homemade Tuckbox Template Generator
- The Box Depot Sells Hard Clear Plastic Styrene Boxes
- Placon sells a variety of packaging, including a transparent clamshell packaging. If you can find a size of stock packaging you can use, then you can order in small quantities.
High End Game Packaging Manufacturers