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Q: Retail Pricing for Commercial Printing for Re-Sale ( Answered,   0 Comments )
Subject: Retail Pricing for Commercial Printing for Re-Sale
Category: Business and Money > Small Businesses
Asked by: answers2002-ga
List Price: $5.00
Posted: 05 Aug 2002 16:18 PDT
Expires: 04 Sep 2002 16:18 PDT
Question ID: 50981
Can you provide or give me the name of a site to download pricing
information for commercial printing - Interested in prices or formula
to determine printing prices for re-sale.   We are interested in
becoming a small printshop
Subject: Re: Retail Pricing for Commercial Printing for Re-Sale
Answered By: blader-ga on 05 Aug 2002 16:29 PDT
Dear answers2002:

Thank you for your question. As prices for commercial printing may
vary from area to area and from store to store, I have provided a few
places where you can check up on price lists for your service.

Tiffanyy Printing offers a pricing table online at the following page"

PS Print has a little utility that lets you instantly see the price
for any combination of print jobs. has price lists for each individual type of
commericial printing. Just click on the link the to the left to see
each price list.

Google Search Strategy;

    "commercial printing" "price list"

I hope this helps! 

Best Regards,

Request for Answer Clarification by answers2002-ga on 10 Aug 2002 15:58 PDT
Neither of the sites listed allow much room for diversity in pricing. 
I am lloking for a site that indicates a per item breakdown based on
quantity, Need clarification as to how pages are counted.  Half folded
8 1/2 x11 sheet
printed on both sides.  Is that 4 pages or two?  Need answer otherwise
pricing will be incorrect.  Also need seperate price for card stock
per 11x17

Need a list beginning at 20lb. paper

Clarification of Answer by blader-ga on 10 Aug 2002 20:49 PDT
Dear answers2002:

Can you clarify your request for me? The first two links offer price
lists for any arbitrary quantity orders, with options for additional
post processing and different material, including card stock.
Commercial printing prices vary not only with the type of paper and
printing options, but also with the type of job. (e.g.  a newsletter
job will have different cost than a brochure). This is the reason I
have provided the link to their javascript calculators, such as the
one at If you could tell me what you are looking
for in addition to the information available in the original answer, I
could help you further. =)

A half folded sheet printed on both sides is "four pages", but for
pricing purposes, the four pages altogether is counted as one sheet.

Best Regards,
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