Postcards are printed on a variety of cardstock options, and can be trimmed to almost any size. Great for mailouts, marketing collateral, recipe cards, RSVPs or any other great square or rectangle printed product you need.
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PICK YOUR PRODUCTION SPEED, AS FAST AS NEXT BUSINESS DAY
Each product page will offer the available speeds available for your print project. Usually ranging from +1 Business Day to +5 Business Days.
Our daily cutoff is Noon Mountain Time, from the time we get your files, approvals and order into the system.
For example, an order placed on Monday before Noon on a +1 Business Day turnaround would be completed by end of production day on Tuesday.
Please note, weekends and holidays don’t count as Business Days.
COMBINE YOUR DESIGNS TOGETHER FOR BULK PRICING AND EXTRA SAVINGS
If you are printing the same size, same material and printing at the same time you can combine your quantities together for bulk pricing!
For example, if you have labels of four different flavours and want 250 copies of each, submit all four files and purchase the total quantity of 1,000 units.
Need some inspiration? See below for some common usages for the different paper options available for Postcards.
This is the default selection used for most standard Postcard orders. This selection is a medium thickness cardstock, and the most popular option for Canada Post mailouts.
13PT Uncoated Cover
13PT Uncoated Cover is most commonly used for brands using halftones, soft colors and/or lots of white background.
This option is often used for Postcards with a shorter usable life span, often for packaging, or marketing collateral.