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    Screen Printing: Pricing Info

    Pricing & Cost Factors

    Screen print pricing is very much priced on a per job basis due to a number of contributing factors. Those key factors are:

    1. Shirt Type: even among the most basic of t-shirts, there are varying weights and price points. Long sleeve, polo, and fashion tees cost more than your basics.
    2. Shirt Color: Believe it or not, the color of your shirt will partially determine price. White shirts are the least expensive to purchase, and to print on. Light shirts (yellows, pale pinks, light greys, etc.) are a bit more expensive than whites due to the pigment in the dyed shirts, as well as the added layers of ink often needed to create an opaque print. Dark shirts are the most expensive (black, navy, deep greens, reds) because they are the most heavily pigmented, which increases the cost of the shirt itself. When printing on dark shirts, light inks actually soak into a dark shirt and fade a great deal (some nearly disappear). In order to print a bright, crisp image, we need to lay down multiple ink layers, taking the time to heat (semi-cure) each layer before printing the same color again in the same location. This provides a high quality, long lasting image that will stand out, but does add to the cost.
    3. Imprint Colors: The number of screens used (see initial paragraph) is determined by the number of colors in your design. So as we add screens (colors), it takes additional resources and time to set up the job, as well as print the job. In short, the more imprint colors per side (front or back of shirt) the more expensive the shirt will be.
    4. Quantity Ordered: The more shirts ordered, the less each shirt will cost. Basically, it takes as long to set up a 3 color job that will ultimately print 6 shirts, as it takes to set up a 3 color job that will print 600 shirts. The more shirts that divide those “up front” costs, the less expensive each shirt will be.

    Note On Pricing

    If you’re able to provide the answers to these 4 questions, we can get you a price very quickly via our quote areavia email or by phone (800-504-2618).

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