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Posted on Wed, 16 Feb 2005 at 12:48



I am used of buying the shirts and printing them for customers. This is the first time another printing company gave me 300 t-shirts to print for there customer and we are printing one color, two sides. I do not know what to charge for the printing to this company.

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Anonymous says: We try not to discuss pricing on the boards. Anyone can read these boards and sometimes they don't understand all the costs involved. So they see $$ and they get angry or feel they have been ripped off. I've ...

We try not to discuss pricing on the boards. Anyone can read these boards and sometimes they don't understand all the costs involved. So they see $$ and they get angry or feel they have been ripped off.

I've sent you an email.

posted on: Thu, 02/17/2005 - 9:49am
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Anonymous says: hmmmmm...how much to charge, I say RAPE EM!! but seriously just check your competitors contract prices to get an average and then ask yourself (if avg. price is $1.50 per = 450 bucks)300 shirts 2 sides ...

hmmmmm...how much to charge, I say RAPE EM!! but seriously just check your competitors contract prices to get an average and then ask yourself (if avg. price is $1.50 per = 450 bucks)300 shirts 2 sides huh? Wow, I could do those in half a day easy...lessee, is it worth $300-350 bucks for 5 hours work? DUH yea! figure 50 bucks for consumables (electric ink yourself and a pal) The market will bear what you charge but please, PLEASE don't cut your own throat or your fellow printers throats. Being greedy only gets you one or two jobs but being fair and GOOD will bring you much more besides self respect *sounded good*

posted on: Fri, 06/03/2005 - 9:29pm

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