Custom postcards help you drive sales to your business
use printed postcard to Communicate your message to your target audience.
Use postcards for Promotional or direct mail advertising


3-4 Business days production (16pt Semi Gloss)| Ask for SAMEDAY
Quantity 3.5×8.5 4×6 5×7 5.5×8.5
100 37 35 39 50
250 47 53 60 70
500 86 65 80 95
1000 115 90 120 165
2500 140 120 190 240
5000 190 180 240 280
10000 310 250 380 390

Design Price starts from $10 + tax

Sample Print out $5 + tax

* FREE Upgrade to UV (high gloss) or Matte (Flat coating) on Quantities above 1000.

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Next-day delivery $11 within GTA (including Toronto, Vaughan, Brampton, Mississauga, etc.); For areas surrounding GTA (Barrie, Cobourg, Hamilton, Oakville, London, etc.) starts from $11; and to other parts of Ontario (Windsor, Peterborough, Sudbury, parts of Quebec, etc.) starts from $11. For other provinces, it starts from $15.

We ship within & outside Canada via Canada Post

Print Specifications

File Format to submit for printing: 

*.tiff, *.eps, *.ai, *.psd, *.pdf, *.jpg, *.png, CorelDraw, Microsoft Word, Power Point, Microsoft publisher.
Adobe Illustrator – Save file as *.pdf using press setting or an *.eps format. Images should be embedded; all fonts must be converted to outlines.
Adobe Photoshop – Layers flattened and save as *.tiff documents.
– CorelDraw – Save as high resolution *.pdf or *.eps format. All fonts must be converted to curves.

Resolution: Submit all files resolution at 300dpi. Lower resolution could result in low image quality.
Colour Mode: For better colour reproduction, please provide your artwork/image in CMYK colour mode (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, & blacK) and RGB colour mode (Red, Green, & Blue). All black and white graphics must be provided in grayscale.

Bleed: For bleed, please add 0.25″ to the edge of your artwork in order to provide room for cutting.
For example: if you want 4″x6″ postcard, design at 4.25″x 6.25″. Do not place any image or text on the outer most 0.25″, because it will be cut off.

For Optimum colour output please observe the following rules:

For Solid Black Colour
If you are using a rich black in a backgrounds & large areas, do NOT use 100K and expect to get rich black, you will get a grayish black. Instead, use: 40C / 30M / 0Y / 100K. Exception to this rule is type: for written type, use ONLY 100K, 0C 0M 0Y.

For Blue
Do NOT use too much magenta or you may receive a purple colour. Use: 100C 60M and to make it darker ADD 40K.

For Purple
Do NOT use too much cyan or you may receive a blue colour. Even if your print came out purple before it may become blue next time. Use: 60C 100M and to make it darker ADD black to a MAXIMUM of 40K.