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Playing Cards

Promotional playing cards are a fun and enjoyable way to get your brand in front of your customers. You can brand the decks by customising the back with your logo or message. For a more unique look you can create your own custom designed face.

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  x100 x250
x500
x1000

Promotional Quality - Bridge Size - 57x89mm
$7.40 $5.98 $5.49 $5.19
Promotional Quality - Poker Size - 63x89mm $8.24 $6.72 $6.11 $5.89

 
PRINT SPECS: Prices based on full colour print on both sides.
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STANDARD TURNAROUND: 10-12 Working Days
MINIMUM ORDER: 100 decks
FREIGHT: Additional Cost. Call for pricing.
SETUP FEE: FREE
GST: Prices quoted are per deck and exclude GST
CARD SPECS: 310gsm black centred stock.
PACK SPECS: Custom printed tuck flap box to hold 54 cards
 
Additional Options and Features:
Poker sized decks also available
Clear plastic deck boxes available at extra cost (subject to availability)
Fully customised face designs available at no extra cost
  x500
x1000
x2000

Casino Quality Decks - Bridge Size - 57x89mm $9.23 $5.13 $4.31
Casino Quality Decks - Poker Size - 63x89mm
$9.78 $5.43 $4.59

 
PRINT SPECS: Prices based on full colour print on both sides.
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TURNAROUND: Air freight 3-5 weeks. .
MINIMUM ORDER: 500 decks
FREIGHT: Additional Cost. Call for pricing.
SETUP FEE: FREE
GST: Prices quoted are per deck and exclude GST
CARD SPECS: Casino Quality: Includes High Gloss Aqua and Black Core Card with Linen Finish.
PACK SPECS: Custom printed tuck flap box to hold 54 cards
 
Additional Options and Features:
Poker sized decks also available
Plastic Playing Cards also available
Fully customised face designs available at no extra cost
Additional Pack options such as plastic, metal, leather and double packs available
Tarot Card and other custom sizes available
Fewer or More cards per deck for special card games available

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