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Topic: Custon printed playing cards
Message: Posted by: magicdrums (Feb 8, 2014 04:45PM)
Hey guys,
Can you tell me the best and cheapest place I can order some custom printed playing cards? I want to put my picture with my website on it!

Any help would be awesome
Thanks
Patrick
Message: Posted by: MRSharpe (Feb 11, 2014 12:29PM)
Here is a place in Las Vegas that services some casinos. They will want a fairly sizable order, but you can find out about what their minimum order and prices are by contacting them.
http://www.gamblersgeneralstore.com/
Here is one of several websites that print custom cards for games. They can put any design on back and/or faces that you can upload via their design page.
http://www.makeplayingcards.com/
Also, many advertising companies that do T shirts, key chains, combs, and other advertising devices will print custom card decks, back only. Keep in mind that these cards might not be the best for manipulations. There are also companies who make decks for weddings, family reunions, etc. Same goes for quality with these services too.
Finally, U.S. Playing Card will print custom decks of high quality, but the service is not cheap and the minimum order is anything but small.
Good luck!
Message: Posted by: Wizard of Oz (Feb 11, 2014 09:05PM)
That's perfect advice from MRSharpe. There are a lot of online companies that will customize pretty much anything for promotional give-aways...playing cards are very common. The trick - as MRSharpe mentioned - is finding out what the minimum is. A lot of these companies are used to dealing with large orders in the tens of thousands. But, you can probably also find companies with smaller minimums. Do the Google and you should get a lot of hits.
Message: Posted by: Irishghost (Feb 11, 2014 09:42PM)
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On 2014-02-08 17:45, magicdrums wrote:
Hey guys,
Can you tell me the best and cheapest place I can order some custom printed playing cards? I want to put my picture with my website on it!

Any help would be awesome
Thanks
Patrick
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pm me for info in regards to your question
Message: Posted by: Bulla (Feb 11, 2014 11:08PM)
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On 2014-02-11 22:42, Irishghost wrote:
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On 2014-02-08 17:45, magicdrums wrote:
Hey guys,
Can you tell me the best and cheapest place I can order some custom printed playing cards? I want to put my picture with my website on it!

Any help would be awesome
Thanks
Patrick
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pm me for info in regards to your question
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I'm just curious but this isn't like a magic secret that's being divulged. Why not share the info here on the forums so we all can benefit from it?
Message: Posted by: critter (Feb 12, 2014 12:24AM)
Yeah, I've only seen the special card that comes with USPCC decks that gives the pricing and thought "too rich for my blood!"
Message: Posted by: Wizard of Oz (Feb 12, 2014 08:25PM)
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On 2014-02-12 00:08, Bulla wrote:
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On 2014-02-11 22:42, Irishghost wrote:
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On 2014-02-08 17:45, magicdrums wrote:
Hey guys,
Can you tell me the best and cheapest place I can order some custom printed playing cards? I want to put my picture with my website on it!

Any help would be awesome
Thanks
Patrick
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pm me for info in regards to your question
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I'm just curious but this isn't like a magic secret that's being divulged. Why not share the info here on the forums so we all can benefit from it?
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Someone may have particular personal reasons for requesting a PM that they don't want to divulge in a public forum. For instance, (and this is totally pulled out of my butt), I may have a relative who prints T-shirts at night, but doesn't want his regular employer to know, etc. Yet, I still want to help you by supplying you his contact info. You get the idea.

I don't know the situation here, but there are a million reasons for requesting a PM conversation.
Message: Posted by: JBiesecker (Feb 16, 2014 10:41AM)
The company that I ussualy use to get custom cards is Printer Studio http://www.printerstudio.com/. They're very similar to http://www.makeplayingcards.com/, but I think they're slightly cheaper.