Question / Discussion Has Anyone Dropshipped Posters?

PJC

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Morning,

I'm just pondering my next move. Before Christmas, I bought a printer in order to make some extra money selling personalised prints on Etsy. All went well, I made a fair amount selling prints that cost me approx £2 to create and post for £6-£7.

The downside is that it's a horrendous faff at times and rooms would often resemble a post office.

Has anyone had any experience with dropshipping posters and are there any reasonably priced services that you would recommend? For professional printing I could probably expect to be able to add a couple of pounds onto the price of some of the work, and I know my costs would increase as a result of someone else printing and posting it.
 

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I haven’t found one that is reasonably priced for A4 prints. But I did find gelato.com the other day that seems reasonable for A3 prints. It was coming up to about £10 in total with shipping to the UK, so you could sell them for like £18+.
 
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I haven’t found one that is reasonably priced for A4 prints. But I did find gelato.com the other day that seems reasonable for A3 prints. It was coming up to about £10 in total with shipping to the UK, so you could sell them for like £18+.
Cheers Rich, I figured as much with regards to A4 prints, will give them a look for larger sizes, I fancy a crack at maxi poster size.
 
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have a look at Inkthreadable, I know they do prints but not sure on size and prices
 

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If you're going to do that then I think A2 and A1 are the way to go, to set yourself apart from the 1000s of print at home people churning out all the smaller stuff.
 
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If you're going to do that then I think A2 and A1 are the way to go, to set yourself apart from the 1000s of print at home people churning out all the smaller stuff.
That's a good point. I saw a print in IKEA years ago which is now discontinued but I've got an A4 print of it in my house which I just c&p
 

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