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Recommendations: The best place to buy Business Cards?

Discussion in 'General Business' started by Davey Crocket, Oct 9, 2005.

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    Can anybody recommend a good place to buy business cards? Or are there any good business card printers?
    SEMrush
    I'm looking for simple color business cards which aren't too expensive.:)
     
    Davey Crocket, Oct 9, 2005 IP
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    tstaut Active Member

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    Agreed. Tough to beat "free."

    they do email you a lot though... a LOT.
     
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    about once a week with more amazing specials.

    you can unsubscribe. :)

    i recently ordered their business card fridge magnets too - FREE.
    just pay "regular" shipping rates ($7-$8 Canada) and 25 nice magnets - BINGO!

    good luck,
     
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    Davey Crocket Well-Known Member

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    Shipping prices range from 5.25 (21 day shipping) to 24.99 (3 day shipping).
     
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    Yes, it's on the back.
     
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    Yes, for FREE cards, they have this on the back...

    Business cards are FREE at www.vistaprint.com!

    However,

    When you become a customer, you get REAL SPECIAL OFFERS on a regular basis like PREMIUM CARDS (no message on back, more designs etc.) for FREE or a BUCK, and like I said, FREE (or a buck) fridge magnets etc...

    Their product is VERY HIGH QUALITY. NEVER a problem for me.

    I should get a commission for this, but I don't.

    I am, however, a college business instructor, so I recognize an EXCELLENT deal/supplier/ROI when I see one. ;)

    Good luck.
     
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    ViciousSummer Ayn Rand for President! Staff

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    Yep, I use www.VistaPrint.com too, for my business cards and marketing flyers. Pay a little extra and there will be no vistaprint.com logo. I've reasearched it and I couldn't find anyone that can beat their quality and prices. :)
     
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    I use typografx-usa.com/ put I buy 4 color 4/4 in the 50,000 and 100,000 quanities. I'm sure he does smaller orders.
     
    cheaper than godaddy, Nov 24, 2007 IP
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    WOWWWWW THIS IS AN OLD THREAD,
    THanks for digging up cheaper than godaddy >.>

    VistaPrint is "free" the only thing u have to do is sell away your soul along with agreeing to accept to unreasonable amounts of spam in eMail and snail mail.

    before you decide to use vistaprint PLEASE PLEAS PLEASE google "vista print scams"

    What I DO recommend is getting someone in the Design section of BTS to design you a card then running out to eBay and getting it print there.

    GOOGLE "VISTA PRINT SCAMS"
     
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    I have never been a huge fan of Vista Print. I find their website to be too spammy and hard to use.

    I prefer getting my business cards at a local printer. You can find them in most places
     
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    Why not just make your own? I print mine out. I could not get a printer to do a decent job. They look better than most business cards I get every day.

    I did not use a template but there are many programs out there with templates to get you started. Microsoft publisher and print artist for windows.

    Once you have a design (I'm still using my own design), print them out on your printer. When you buy the stock, look for the uncoated stock (printers don't like the coated stuff) and print a page. They've come a long way in the last few years, too. I have to set my printer so it goes through to the back and doesn't wind through the printer. It's heavier stock.

    If your printer is really bad, try somewhere like officemax or Kinkos.
     
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    I used to use a few online printing services including Vista print for our business cards, stationary, brochures and labels, but now I use a local printer for two reasons.

    1. I have complete "hands on" control from beginning to end.
    2. I can support another local business.

    Jim
     
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    PSPrint.com is the pro-choice. I print about 5000 postcards a month there.
     
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    I know some people like vistas free cards but they are unprofessional THEY SAY FREE CARDS BY VISTA on the back. Honestly I would not want to portray my business or service that poorly.


    You can buy 1000 business cards from LiddellGraphics.com for like $50 including design and shipping.
     
    tyrell, Oct 12, 2009 IP
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