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Buy your 'I voted' stickers now

A voter peels off an 'I Voted' sticker after casting her ballot at a polling station in Queen Anne, Md.

This final note today: Patriotism and civic pride can be yours for just $3.80 per thousand.

I'm talking, of course, about those little 'I voted' stickers you get at polling places. ElectionStickers.com is your one-stop shop.

I kid you not. Catch is, you gotta order in bulk to get the good rate. They're guaranteed sticky for eight years.

Most of all, though, just vote.

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Kai Ryssdal is the host and senior editor of Marketplace, public radio’s program on business and the economy.
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I was sad to hear this story conclude without you guys calculating what purchasing power those stickers really have. Each (presidential) Election Day, companies that wish to encourage their patrons to perform their civic duty offer freebies. These freebies can be anything from a free cup of joe at Starbucks to a free donut at Tim Horton's or Krispy Kreme (this limited range does not reflect the offerings, just my imagination). If you calculate what one of those stickers could get you, without having to deal with that yucky old building smell, lines, nasty poll workers, etc., I am sure that it is well worth the $.0038. Shoot, if you are really savvy, you might even create your own "I Voted" black market and make back all of your money. (if one sold each sticker for $.01, one could make $2.40/roll in profit)

http://www.forbes.com/sites/kellyphillipserb/2012/11/05/more-reasons-to-...

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