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Bulk Poster Printing FAQs
General FAQs

Bulk Poster Printing is able to offer lower prices because we are a wholesale trade printer, we print orders in large quantities for large number of customers that are familiar with poster printing. This helps to reduce the costs of customer service and other labor fees. We pass this savings on to you!

We would welcome the opportunity to quote any print job that you may have. Please submit your quote request on our Custom Quote page.

We offer same day turnaround, next day turnaround and regular turnaround. For more information, please visit our Turnaround Times page.

No, even though it may add up to the same amount of posters there is twice as much work that is still involved. For example, if you want 2 different posters, then place 2 separate orders. The price for 1,000 of one poster is not the same as the price for 500 each of 2 different posters.
Quantities cannot be split up due to how we print orders. For example, you cannot split up 1000 posters into two orders of 500 different artworks. A 1000 posters order will be printed on a 1000 sheet press run. If you need two different posters of 500 each, please order two orders of 500 each.

Due to the nature of our business, we process jobs as soon as we receive them. No refunds are available on orders unless files have not been prepared for printing and work has not started. If you need to cancel an order you have placed, you must email us to avoid ANY costs IMMEDIATELY.

All sales are final. Every item we sell is carefully inspected before it is shipped. If merchandise is defective or damaged upon receipt please contact us immediately. Should your print job contain manufacturing errors and/or defects, we may rerun and ship the job at no charge. Bulk Poster Printing reserves the exclusive right to judge what a manufacturing error and defect is. On a case by case basis we will investigate and determine if the damage was due to negligence on our part. Please contact us during normal business hours so we can handle your request. We appreciate your adherence and acceptance of these conditions.

Orders should be placed completely on our website.

You can contact us for custom size posters inquiries. 

No. Unlike many other companies, all our prices include full bleeds free of charge. The bleeds should be 1/8" all around. Due to the very small shifting that occurs during cutting, it is NOT recommend that you use a border of less than 1/4” (.25) if your design calls for the use of a border. We cannot, and will not, guarantee that small borders will be the same size after trimming if you have used a border of less that 1/4” (.25).

Most of the time we will print slightly more than what you ordered, for no additional charge. 

Each of our clients has different needs when it comes to posters, so Bulk Poster Printing offers custom poster printing in a variety of sizes. Our most popular poster sizes include:

File FAQs

We recommend saving as a PDF file or JPG file. 

We prefer that you send PDF with embedded or outlined fonts. PDF files are easier to handle and will likely speed up your turn-around. Remember to flatten your files before uploading.

  • Resolution: 300 DPI
  • Bleed: 1/8″ (0.125″) Each Side
  • Color Mode: CMYK
  • File Format: PDF or JPG

Your designs should always start and finish in CMYK color mode.

If you send us an RGB file, there is a chance that a color shift may occur and you may not be satisfied with your job.

Your artwork files should be at 300 dpi.

Bleed must extend past the cut-line and will be trimmed from the product during the final cutting phase. When the image is required to extend all the way to the edge, bleed is needed to preserve the finished look and the quality of the final product.

  • Please keep all text at least 0.25" inside the cut-line.
  • The bleed for poster is 0.25".
  • We recommend using our templates at all times.

When using a blue in your design, always make sure to leave at least a 30% difference in your Cyan and Magenta values.

Blue is close to purple in the CMYK spectrum. Remember, use a low amount of magenta whenever using high amounts of cyan to avoid purple.

Example: C-100 M-70 Y-0 k-0