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Coffee Cups – Reusable

Lightweight, colourful and most importantly, reusable. These coffee cups come in a variety of styles, sizes and colours and are perfect for the environmentally conscious coffee drinker. Say goodbye to wasteful paper cups and brand your own reusable coffee cups now.

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  x120 x240 x480 x960 x1000 (sea freight)

Standard (AL-CM01) $3.73 each $3.59 each $3.25 each $2.94 each $2.96 each

 
PRINT SPECS: Prices include 1 colour print in 1 position
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STANDARD TURNAROUND: 10-12 Working Days. Sea freight 8-12 weeks.
MINIMUM ORDER: 120 units, or 1000 for sea freight
FREIGHT: Additional Cost. Call for pricing. Delivery from Sydney Warehouse. Pickup not available.
SETUP FEE: $70 + GST
GST: Prices quoted are per unit and exclude GST
ITEM SPECS: Single Wall 365ml with hard plastic lid
Additional Options and Features:
Cup Colours - White
Lid Colours - Available on request
  x100 x250 x500 x1000 x1000 (sea freight)

Standard (KKUP01) $5.50 each $4.57 each $3.99 each $3.50 each $2.96 each
Premium (KKUP10) $6.98 each $6.20 each $5.48 each $4.69 each $4.15 each

 
PRINT SPECS: Prices include 1 colour print in 1 position
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STANDARD TURNAROUND: 7-12 Working Days. Sea freight 8-12 weeks.
MINIMUM ORDER: 100 units, or 1000 for sea freight
FREIGHT: Additional Cost. Call for pricing. Delivery from Sydney Warehouse. Pickup not available.
SETUP FEE: $50 + GST
GST: Prices quoted are per unit and exclude GST
ITEM SPECS: STANDARD: Single Wall 355ml with hard plastic lid, PREMIUM: Double wall, screwtop with flip lid, 355ml
 
Additional Options and Features:
Cup Colours - White or Black
Lid Colours - Blue, red, green, orange, or black. Other colours available on request
A number of different sizes and styles available

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