Print More and Spend Less With Bulk Printing
Amplify your reach without maxing your budget with the help of bulk printing. Ordering large quantities of marketing materials will save your organization from huge costs in the long run. Whether you’re running a grassroots campaign, leading a small congregation, or getting a school ready for hybrid education, bulk printing delivers maximum value for every dollar.
With bulk printing, ordering more means spending less. Offset printing
ensures each and every piece of your print run has consistent color and detail. Whether you printed just 250 or 5,000 flyers
, offset printing will give you the same high-quality each and every time. PrintPlace is passionate about printing. We hold our printing quality to high standards while helping customers save more.
Still need clarification with bulk printing? Our printing experts are standing by to answer all of your questions. Ring them up any time between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. CT from Monday to Friday.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Will I really save more money with bulk printing?
Yes. The larger your order, the more you save. For example, when you order 500 flyers, the cost comes out to $0.10 apiece. For 1,000 flyers, you immediately get 50% savings as it comes out to just $0.05 each. Taking it up a notch to 10,000 pieces, the cost comes out to just $0.02. Bulk printing maximizes your money without sacrificing quality.
Q: Can I view my design before it’s printed?
Yes. You can request for a free PDF proof of your artwork before printing. Once you've finished the design and uploaded the file, you can select “I need a PDF proof” under “Proofing Options.”
Q: How soon can I receive my bulk printed materials?
To get the estimated delivery date of your order at PrintPlace, select “Get Shipping Estimate” at the bottom of the online calculator. Enter your ZIP code and you’ll see the estimated arrival date.
Q: What format should my file be?
We accept files in PDF, EPS, PUB, or PSD format. Your files need to have a resolution of at least 300 dpi for a clear, crisp image. We recommend zooming in to 300% to double-check your artwork for any image quality issues before printing. For more information, visit our Layout Template Help page