Does anybody keep their old cruise cards?

I plan on keeping my cards from all my cruises. Anybody have a fun way to keep them? I plan on getting a key ring and keeping them in order of when I go. Or maybe get multiple rings and sort them by company (i.e. Princess,NCL, Carnival.)

 

Just wanted to see some of your ideas and what you do with your cruise cards. 

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Most (along with photos) have gone into my "scrap book" for each cruise.  Sadly I am behind on my books, so they are just in files.

With me, some go here, some go there.

I will find one, put it somewhere else and then find it again several years later.

I keep them in a pile in an end table.  I have thought of putting them in a big photo frame and hanging it on my photo wall that had photo's from my travels.

Yes, I have all but one of my Sign and Sail cards.  Not sure why but I do.

Yes, all of them.  A friend has done 47 cruises and still has all of his.  

We save ours too and have them in the photo albums. 

I save them

 

DH saves his.  I give mine to the grands to play cruise with.

We keep them all. In a file at this point. Not given much thought to what to do with them yet ... all my thoughts go to how I can accumulate more Big Smile

I have my Sail and Sign cards, boarding pass and luggage tags. 

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