When you are in a rush, sometimes, the last thing on your mind is printing. In this article, I am going to provide some helpful advice about cheap rush printing, so that you can take necessary steps to ensure the quality and speed of your projects
There are many costs associated with rush printing, including the materials used and the time spent completing the task. However, by following some simple tips, you can save money on your rush printing expenses.
Another way to save money on your rush printing is to reduce the number of pages that are printed.
Many printers offer discounts for orders that are printed in bulk. You can also try to find a printer that offers reduced rates for rush jobs. By reducing the number of pages that are printed, you can reduce the cost of your print job.
Should you need design or purchase assistance, the company’s customer service is helpful and responsive.
And cheap rush printing card prices are in line with those of the other services we like, with shipping rates that are some of the least expensive.
If you need to print complex custom designs, we recommend Jukebox Print. It offers far fewer premade templates than rush printing so it’s best for designers who want to start from scratch, and the design process can be confusing if you aren’t familiar with graphic design.
Jukebox also has a larger minimum order (500, versus 100 for rush printing), a longer turnaround time, and, in part because the company is in Canada, among the highest shipping costs we found. However, the print quality is excellent, and if you want to venture away from traditional cards, Jukebox offers the most choices for customization of all the services we looked at, with options to print on materials like cork or add 3D embossing.
Staples produced the best cards of the services we tested that offer widely available same-day, in-store pickup—the company has over a thousand stores across the United States.
Print quality is above average considering the fast production time; the simple online design tool can save you a trip to one of the company’s local branches during the ordering process (FedEx requires you to go to a store to order); and Staples’s customer service provides consistent pricing information, timelines, and design help.