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Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by Cashmonysonny, Mar 6, 2006.
I need a website where i can get some busniess cards made for a good price
Vistaprint.com. They have free business cards and shipping is about $5
Thank me later.
Deal with someone local. I just got some from a local shop. Real nice cards. Paid maybe 20-25 bucks more than if i bought them online. But guess what? I am delivering a estimate in the morning to the print shop owner for a 9500 dollor paver job. If i get that job, it more than makes up for the extra twenty i spent.
Deal locally whenever you can.
He did ask for a GOOD price. I haven't been able to beat vistaprint on price for small or medium quantities. I've used them for postcards, business cards. Plus if you watch their site or checkout their e-mails their always giving other things, like 25 magnets away.
I do support local merchants as well for other things like signs and local equipment dealers. I don't know any printers locally, and this way it's delivered right to my door.
I designed some cards from www.vistaprint.com and they came out nice.
I think I paid a total of 26.00 for 1000 cards with the glossy, color ink front and had a list of services offered on the back.
I am satisified with them.
I do agree to try to use the neighborhood companies, but they were much higher, although the cards would have been a better quality.
Keep your money local...The price at a print shop will be a little more,
but in a way, youll be helping out the community.
Local print shop....keep your money in the local economy. Hell, I went to have cards made and got a lawn and snow contract from the print company!
funny.....the same thing happened to me in the fall... wound up being one of my best customers.
Pay 5 or 6 bucks and get 200 of them. And they are nice. One sided, glossy, design your own.