I am tooling up to start a direct mail campaign and have been pricing out various yellow letters and postcards. I have checked out a few sites using 2500 postcards as a bench mark.
All of the prices have been in the ($200-700)/2500 range but the www.printbrook.com will print them for $90. Has anyone checked them out? Am I missing something?
Thank you for your time
Never heard of them, but that is cheap! Wouldn't mind finding out more if some people can provide insights on them. Thanks!
I used to print small lots of postcards at Office Depot (4 to a sheet on 11x17 cardstock). Then I'd mail-merge the addresses on my printer using a handwriting font in blue ink and cut them apart myself. It's probably not the most cost-effective method, but it worked well for small batches when starting out.
Have you checked out GotPrint.com? I've never used them for postcards, but I just used them for Business Cards and they did a great job and were the lowest price I could find.
Also, if you have a great color printer you could always buy cardstock from OfficeMax and print your own.
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