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Hot Off The Press!!!

Hot Off The Press!!!

Hot off the Press!!!

Our recent (rather large) investment in a new A1 offset printing press, brings some real benefits to you….

We’re sustainable and enviro-friendly - therefore you are too!

We produce minimal waste by gang run printing all orders (from throughout New Zealand) in Wellington. Our new Komori A1 offset printing press allows us to lay up more jobs, gaining greater efficiency and allows us to use less paper and power. Making our processes better for the environment than other typical printers.

We’re super-duper fast and reliable

We print to ISO standard with UV inks, which means your work is dried instantly, ready for the next process. We are so confident that we promise… if we don’t get your order to you within the guaranteed turn-around times, your next order (up to the same value) is free!

We’re more affordable than ever before!

We’ve lowered our everyday low price on Rack cards by a massive 67%! Our most popular DL Rack cards are now priced from as low as $110.06! So, you can trust you’re getting the best offset print quality, on quality thick stock, for the best price. We’ll be lowing every day price on more products, so we’ll keep you in the loop as we do!

Massive Range

We have a large range of rack card sizes and quantities available, check out the full range of rack cards online and save time by ordering online!
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What are Rack Cards?

Rack cards are generally tall and narrow and got their name for fitting nicely in a display. They are often used to target prospective customers or guests in areas with heavy foot traffic, like a tourist kiosk, tradeshow, or conference and drive people to your website

The major difference between a rack card and a brochure, which is what most people are familiar with, is that it’s generally cheaper to print a rack card. When people pick up rack cards, they’ll generally keep them around longer too. Having a rack card professionally designed costs less because it’s one sliver of paper, usually double-sided; not three panels that are double-sided, like a brochure.

Rack cards are also more economical to print since, again, it’s just one panel on two sides. If you really want someone to keep your information handy, a rack card boosts that chance. “The paper they’re printed on is heavier. People will pick up a rack card and flip it over, look on both sides for information.

Rack cards you say, why rack cards?

You say mailer, we say postcard. You call it a flyer; we call it a rack card. Other common names for Rack Cards for rack cards are: Brochure cards, Leaflets, Brochures, and Cards.
They’re all just rectangles and squares. Whether you want to hand out them out an event, post them to mailboxes or create a stunning promotional piece, we’ve got all your options covered with rack cards!

Rack cards come in all shapes and sizes, at everyday low prices!

Square or A6 from only $93.10

The most popular size DL from only $110.06!

A5 from only $130.12
More sizes available… View the full range of Rack Cards online!

Want something a little special with your Rack Card?

Want something a little different to stand out from the crowd? We have a range of finishing options to help your message ‘Pop’!

Add gloss or matt laminate for a sleek finish

Add Spot UV finishing to really add a point of difference

Pick a shape or create your own shape to differentiate yourself from your competitors

Have a lot to say? Add space!

Why use Rack Cards?

Rack cards are a popular and cost-effective promotional piece to showcase who you are, what you do, where to find and contact you. Other popular uses for Rack Cards are…

Price Lists, Gift Vouchers, Food Menus, Invitations, Postcards, Promotions, Events, Accommodation, Attractions and Specials

Need some inspiration for designing your rack card? Pinterest has some great design ideas. Or contact your local studio and one of our very talented designers can create something really special for you!

Yearbooks by Printing.com – 2019

Yearbooks by Printing.com – 2019

So your thinking about your school yearbook? Don’t worry, we’re here to help!

Now, we don’t mean to brag, but we’re New Zealand’s largest printer. We’re part of a group of 30 other Printing.com studios nationwide and that makes us small enough to care but big enough to deliver. Being part of a large group and with our major printing hub in Wellington, we’re able to offer you the very best printing solutions and price for printing your school yearbook.

No more printing your school yearbook in black and white. Our innovative High-Speed Inkjet machine can print your school yearbooks in full colour for the cost of printing in black and white! Not only is this machine cost effective, but it’s also perfect for printing low quantities – no more waste! So contact us for your free yearbook sample – it’s printed on our High-Speed Inkjet machine so you can touch, feel and see for yourself how awesome this printer is!

But don’t just take our word for it, we’ve been trusted by hundreds of schools to affordably design and print school yearbooks for over 10 years and we want to help your school too. See below Yearbooks Printing.com have designed, printed and the school’s feedback.

The feedback has been really
positive from both the staff and
the students which is awesome!
Thanks so much for all the
work you have done on it!
Kelsey McBeth
Teacher, Kaiapoi High School
Thank you! It’s a fantastic
magazine, well done. The
cover is really strong and
the layout is awesome!
Sarah Raggett
Teacher of Visual Arts, Napier Girls’ High School

We’d love to help your school too, we’d love to provide your school with the best print prices and help your school make money from your yearbooks.
Contact us for your free yearbook sample!

Go Old School!

Go Old School!

Go Old School!

Everything these days seems to be online – yet how satisfying is it to put pen to paper, make your list and then cross stuff off?

Forget electronic sticky notes, online calendars or a list on a word doc. Go old school with a paper diary! Not only can you list your appointments you can draw out mind maps, insert a few comments, maybe doodle a little – and it’s all private.

Not only is paper faster (no hunting through google and outlook calendars) it requires no password, doesn’t ever run out of batteries or freeze up – and nothing ever gets mysteriously deleted…

It’s not just the ‘oldies’ that want a paper version – check out this interesting article from the UK Financial Times

At printing.com we offer a standard diary product however if you want something a little smarter that’s personalised to your business give your local studio a call. They’ll happily talk through your ideas and come up with a bespoke product that is all about ‘you’.

What better way to keep top of mind with clients, students and conference groups. They also make a great corporate gift – perfect for Christmas.

And in the words of a true poet –

I never travel without my diary. One should always have something sensational to read in the train. – Oscar Wilde
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Corporate Christmas Gifts – Bah Humbug

Corporate Christmas Gifts – Bah Humbug

Corporate Gifts – Bah Humbug!

Corporate Christmas Gifts

Christmas is just around the corner – if you listen carefully you can hear sleigh bells a jingling, but perhaps that’s the sound of the money in your pocket as you consider client Christmas presents? Here are five things to consider as you write your Christmas list.

Why buy Christmas presents for customers?

1. Remember the 80:20 rule? It’s a whole lot easier to retain existing clients than it is to attract new ones, so spend time and resources on keeping your customers. For bigger corporates receiving a Christmas present can be against the rules, but for many, it is seen as intended, a simple thank you. Take the time to buy your clients a gift. Add a little branding and make that gift a permanent reminder of your business/brand.

2. Your existing customers are your best source of referral – they like working with you and will feel happy to suggest your services/products to friends and colleagues.

What should you get them as a present?

3. Don’t go over the top – no one likes a show-off. Consider a mix of branded and non-branded products. For instance how about a non-branded beach towel in a branded chilly bin? Go too large and extravagant and your customers will only assume you’re trying to buy their business.

4. Think about buying presents that are useful either for your customer at home or in their work. This shows thought and also ensures your gift is regularly used and your name becomes associated with it.

Who should get what present?

5. Take a look at your customer database and apply some rules. It makes sense to reward your biggest customers with a certain spend, whilst others get a lesser amount spent on them.

Busy Busy

For many Christmas is a very busy time of year. It can be tricky to take these customers out as they simply do not have time! Better to purchase a gift than take up more of their time.

At printing.com we offer a number of Christmas gift ideas. The easiest way is to call your local studio, let them know your budget and then have them come up with some cool ideas – they’re a creative bunch, and frankly, this saves you having to cost it all out and think of ideas. Your local studio can provide any design, as well as oversee the logistics – it’s Christmas, you’re busy – let someone else play Santa.

However, if you enjoy getting stuck in and are a hands-on kind of person, here are a few product ideas that might inspire you.

Branded Pens   Branded Water Bottles  Branded Key Rings  Branded Mugs  See all Corporate Gifts