These player trays fit into the insert that comes with the Ticket to Ride board game. The lid opens up and allows you put the cards into the slots. It makes cleanup much easier since you don’t have to deal with the plastic baggies.
In addition to the player trays, you can get the optional card tray. It holds both the decks (train cards and destination tickets), along with a spot for the discarded train cards. There are also 5 spots for the face up cards. There is also a small compartment under the destination tickets to hold the extra train cars that come with the game.
The card tray was designed so that the cards are angled to make it easy to grab a single card at a time without knocking over the stack. The face up cards can be seen from all directions as long as your eye level is about 6 inches higher than the tray. The card tray is available in a small size for the smaller cards like the base Ticket to Ride USA game, and a larger version for the other expansions like 1910, Ticket to Ride Europe, and many others.
The player trays can hold cards for any of the Ticket to Ride games, but will work best with the ones that have have the text at the top since the lid is stair stepped. For cards that have the text on the map, or at the bottom, the cards towards the front might cover up the ones in the back. For something like Ticket to Ride Europe, you can put the cards sideways along a single row to be able to see the names.
The trays were designed by me in Fusion 360 and they are 3D printed using PLA plastic filament on high quality 3d printers.
If you have any questions feel free to send me a message.
Note that since these are 3d printed, there might be minor imperfections. Game pieces are not included and are shown for demonstration purposes only.