unfortunately, I can’t answer that question until you give me enough information to get a price quote for you. Below is a handy list of factors that will affect the price of the shirt.
- How many? Generally there is a 12 shirt minimum for silk-screen orders. Small orders (such as 12 shirts) might incur screen charges of $20. per color per location, while for large orders, those screen fees might be waived. The more shirts you order, the less the cost will be per shirt.
- What type of shirt? Are you looking for the cheapest T-shirt you can get, or are you looking for something specific, like a ringer tee, garment dyed, long sleeve, polo style etc.? A great place to browse the variety of clothing available for imprinting is . You will notice there are no prices; they fluctuate to much, let us know which ones you like (you can give us a link to the page or the brand and item number) and we can get pricing for that shirt. Or you can just let us know what you want in general.
- Color? White shirts are cheapest; sometimes grays might be less expensive than any other color; then comes most other colors. Finally, the most expensive shirts are specialty colors like neon brights, tye dyes etc.
- When? I put this last on the checklist, since it doesn’t always affect the price. But it can, and I always need to know when you need your fished product anyway. A general rule is, if you wait until the last minute you narrow down your options, and that might include the most economical options.
- Who is designing the shirt? If you can give us vector artwork that includes only the ink colors you are printing, there is no cost from the Graphics Center to create artwork for the printer. If you don’t know what a vector based graphic is, or what one color, two color or three color printing means, you are going to need help creating final artwork that a printer can use. The Graphics Center can take care of that for you. We give you a price quote for this before we begin any design/artwork execution.