d-graphics.com is a “simple, no-nonsense” site that guarantees “instant price quotes.” A set of 500 business cards usually runs $79 plus shipping.
Printicon.com, known for “truly custom, high-end results,” offers a selection of quality paper stock and a “full range of printing techniques: digital, offset, super-deluxe letterpress, and engraving.” A set of 500 cards costs a steep $300—but you “get what you pay for.”
Overnightprints.com provides “decent work at a great price.” Although its templates can be “tacky,” 500 cards will cost $40 plus shipping.
Moo.com, the “site of choice for many artists and photographers,” personalizes each card with a full-color image on one side and a “no-fuss block of text on the other.” An order of 100 cards costs $20 plus shipping.
Source: Ready Made
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