5707 W Morris
The store offers a large catalog of sports cards and related memorabilia for football, hockey, basketball and baseball. Drop by to see for yourself. The store is located in Indianapolis, IN at 5707 W Morris. Also sells TCGs like Magic and Vanguard.
If you've shopped at The Dugout, tell us what you think of the store.
Bought some nice cards there decent prices. Very nice people. Great Yu-gi-oh select. Overall very nice and helpful people.
-- Nexa D.
To be honest it is nice, clean, friendly owners, but what a like most is that I can find everything that I need for really cheap price.
-- jose cruz
This place is hit and miss. If you're looking for a place to participate in various Magic the Gathering and Yu-Gi-Oh! tournaments, this is your place. It is a friendly atmosphere. If you're looking for a place to sell your trading cards or buy new ones, you might stick to the internet or find another location. All in all, this is a fun place to go.
-- Sam S.
Don't listen to Jonathan. The dugout is the best card shop I have been through. They have great service. Trevor had the right idea.
Great place for couponers to get their vinyl coupon binder pages! Go see Jamie.
-- Lori Howe
The dugout has a great selection of cards, Very nice service, great Yugioh tournaments, and a nice snack bar. I highly recommend this card shop. Even an Xbox, for when the tournament is over.
-- Trevor smiley
Great Ownership, friendly where my son and I have enjoyed playing YUGIOH tournaments there. I've found that they are willing to deal, and seem to be fair on their card prices.
-- William Carson
they buy cards for cheap, then over price them, honest its one of the worst card shops i have ever been in, i highly recommend NEVER going to this card shop
-- Jonathon Roberts
Friendly, helpful service...nice clean shop...awesome pricing! Great place to shop for special requests.
-- wendy sanders
Dude that place is awesome, I will definitely be coming back.
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