General Admission was inspired by vintage ticket stubs from the early 20th century. Printed by EPCC, the semi-gloss tuck case resembles the layout of a ticket stub, including the gate number, section, row, and seat, which hide an Easter Egg for those who follow Jackson's design themes closely. The complex back design plays along the same lines, adding design elements resembling some of Kings Wild's currency decks, along with the iconic logo.
Inside, the cards take this deck to the next level of vintage nostalgia, with heavy amounts of texture, a wide range of vibrant and visually interesting patterns, and bold design elements. The court cards feature mirrored, full-body characters - a first for designer, Jackson Robinson.