Quick Pricing Guide

This section contains some quick tips that help explain our pricing so you can place more efficient orders. If you want more information, see our In-Depth Pricing Guide or contact us with questions. 

  

Don't worry about price breaks - just order what you actually think you need.

Price charts are available on each product page. The following example price chart comes from our adult solid color shirts.

Adult Solid Color Price Chart

The price charts are a simplification of our pricing model, which is a continuous function. The price chart shows a price break at 100 shirts, but in reality each additional shirt is slightly cheaper than the last, with no big jumps in pricing. If you order 90 shirts, the price per shirt will be almost the same as if you order 100 shirts. You don't need to increase your order size to 100 shirts to get a big reduction in price - just order what you actually need, and we'll adjust the pricing so that it's fair.

  

Feel free to mix colors and sizes.

As long as the screen print is constant (same image, same size, same print color) on all of the shirts, we'll take the total order size when determining the cost. 

Example: If you order 50 red shirts in a variety of sizes (10 each of XS, S, M, L, XL) and 50 blue shirts, all with a white elephant printed on the front, then the total order size is 100 shirts.  

  

What shirt type should I choose?

The solid color t-shirts are the softest and most popular. The heather color t-shirts are the next most popular and are also the lowest cost option. 

  

Dark shirts are more expensive.

Dark shirts with a light print require a primer coat of ink to keep the dark shirt fibers from showing through the light ink. This primer coat is counted as an extra color when determining the printing cost. Not sure how many colors are in your artwork? See our How to Count Print Colors guide.

  

Additional questions? Contact Us