Postcards FAQs

Some commonly asked questions about our postcards.

What kind of paper can I use for my postcards?

We have a number of options for you, including 250gsm satin, 350gsm gloss artboard, 300gsm Ecostar (100% recycled), or 420gsm gloss or matt laminate 2 sides plus Spot UV on 1 side.

Is white considered a printing colour?

Not really. White is usually recognised as the absence of ink because it is the default colour of paper. However, when using coloured paper, white ink may be used if required.

I have my design ready. What should I do next?

For artwork that is print-ready, all you have to do is submit it to us as you make the order, and we will proceed with the printing. If you are unsure whether your artwork is print-ready, let us know and we can help you check it through to make sure you get the best results in the final product.

Is there a minimum or maximum order quantity?

Our website displays pricing for 50 up to 20,000 postcards. We can actually print any amount of postcards. Please ring one of our consultants.

I am really looking for a low-cost promotional solution

We hear you! And that is why Printroom offers exceptionally low prices on uncompromisingly high quality printing services. Contact us for a quick quote today!

What are the differences between a postcard and a brochure?

A postcard is great to capture your customer's attention with a simple message and get them to contact you directly. However, if you want to get more information and details delivered to your customer, a brochure might be a better option.