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looking to print maybe 100, any tips?
Cheapest ones available!
I got 100 white shirts with a black logo screenprinted on to it for £149.
1 Screen Design - £15
Gildan Heavy, White (£1.25) x 50 - £62.50
1 Screen print (£0.80 x 50) - £40
Delivery - £10
+ VAT of all the above - £22.31
but they do here:
The logo I sent them was cropped slightly. I didn't mean to do this, but I hadn't noticed. They rang me up and asked if it was deliberate. I said it wasn't then they fixed it (without charging me). The shirts came out brilliantly.
Also I think most other t-shirt/band merch companies use them anyway, so it's cheaper to deal with them directly.
boards have been most helpful today
Shirty Something. If you scout around you might find places that are SLIGHTLY cheaper, but for the excellent service and quality you get with SS it's not worth going elsewhere. Really, really lovely people.
We found http://www.stop-the-press.co.uk/ on FreeIndex last year, they're a small screen printers in London and they turned around a small job for us very quickly and with excellent results. We've used them several times since & would recommend them.
Hello maybe this site can help http://www.tshirtprinting.net/ they adjust the price based on what you want so you can easily make negotiations. Good luck!
Hi, I'm jordan here you can contact me on http://thetshirtman.co.uk/
or loads of very clever battling adbots ?
Shirtysomething. Kings of Merch.
Gildan t-shirts, please! Really, really wish bands would stop getting such shitty quality, poorly fitted t-shirts. I'd much rather pay a bit more for something I'd actually wear.
with so many makes their sizes vary massively though. Sometimes an S is incredibly skintight, sometimes it is long and thick and baggy, more like an L than anything else. This is within the same brand! I usually go for an M, but sometimes I like a snug fitting S. Tricky though, Ss can be really thin and barely reach my jeans.
it's a pain. American Apparel band t-shirts are good but I've never had them printed. These are lovely and ethical and all that jazz:
Can't remember how much I paid for a run...definitely more expensive than Shirty Something (who do a good job, to be fair) but they are nice.