Keep the Number of Colors in Your Design Low - The lower the print colors, the lower your pricing. Our team can help you reduce the number of colors in your design to maximize budget.
Select A Garment Economical For Your Budget - Consider a budget brand if you are looking for something inexpensive. Name brands such as Nike, Adidas, and American Apparel just to name a few can increase your pricing very quickly.
Increase Quantity to Hit the Next Price Break - We typically have price breaks at the dozens so if you are getting close to a dozen quantity, add a few additional pieces to hit that pricing break. You can often times save so much it covers the cost of the added shirts.
Don't Let Money be the ONLY Guiding Factor - Would it be worth an extra $1.00 per item to LOVE the item? Often times for a small amount of money you can upgrade your shirt to something softer or better fit. Comfort and look does matter when creating a shirt that you'll LOVE.