Wholesale Prints is an E-Commerce platform for consumer and commercial printing. We offer a wide range of products and a convenient website where you can design your own prints, proof them, and have them shipped to your door all in one convenient place!

Through a combination of in-house printing and trusted trade partners, while utilizing our uniquely low overhead and fully featured web-to-print platform, Wholesale Prints is able to deliver a quality product at a fraction of the price you might pay on a similarly featured site. Check out our prices and see how much you can save!


Simply click "Request a Quote" at the top of this page and fill out the form. We'll get back to you and see what we can work out!

You don't need to be a designer to get eye-popping products from Wholesale Prints!


There are three options for designing and customizing a product. Click a product on the left-hand panel and choose one of the options.

1. Custom Design: lets you customize the products. Click it to open the design studio and use multiple tools to create your own design.

2. Upload Design: using this option, you can upload your own JPG, JPEG, GIF, PNG, EPS, AI, PDF and PSD images.

3. Browse Design: use this to select hundreds of pre-loaded templates. Work on them or customize them through our design studio.

  1. Types of Paper Based on Weight:

    • 20-24 lbs (75-90 gsm): Standard paper used in most copiers and printers. Ideal for internal memos and printing drafts.
    • 24-28 lbs (90-105 gsm): A slightly heavier paper that is used for business stationery, brochures, and flyers. It offers a more professional feel.
    • 32-100 lbs (120-270 gsm): Heavyweight papers used for high-quality flyers, brochures, and catalog covers. It's also commonly used for greeting cards and invitations.
    • 100-140 lbs (270-380 gsm): This is more like card stock, used for business cards, postcards, playing cards, and other needs that require a sturdier paper.
    • Over 140 lbs (over 380 gsm): Extremely thick paper, often referred to as board or cover stock. This category includes materials like thick business cards, book covers, and more artistic uses like watercolor paper.
  2. Choosing the Right Paper Weight:

    • The choice of paper weight largely depends on the purpose of the printed material. Lighter papers are typically used for everyday printing, whereas heavier papers are chosen for their durability and quality feel, suitable for professional or special occasion materials.

When choosing a finish for printed materials, the decision often comes down to two main types: glossy and matte. Here's a breakdown of each:

  1. Glossy Finish:

    • Appearance: Glossy finishes are shiny and reflect light. This gives colors a more vibrant and vivid look.
    • Best for: Photographs, marketing materials, and other prints where you want the colors to "pop." Glossy finishes are often used for photo prints, brochures, and product catalogs.
    • Not Ideal for: Situations where there is a lot of light, as the glare from the glossy surface can make it hard to see the printed material. It's also more prone to fingerprints and smudges.
    • Feel: Smooth and slick to the touch.
  2. Matte Finish:

    • Appearance: Matte finishes do not reflect light and thus have a more subdued and non-glossy look. Colors are less vibrant compared to glossy finishes, but the overall effect is more evenly toned and less contrasty.
    • Best for: Prints that need to be read easily without glare, like reports, resumes, and menus. Also great for items that will be handled a lot, as it resists fingerprints and smudges better than glossy.
    • Not Ideal for: Projects where you want the colors to be extremely vibrant or eye-catching.
    • Feel: Has a more natural or paper-like texture, which can range from slightly velvety to quite coarse, depending on the paper stock.


Our system supports RGB (red, green, blue) for producing digital prints. We have accurately mapped color pallet to match RGB to CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow, key) to ensure proper 4-color printing.

300 dpi (dots per inch) is the resolution of the output PDF file.

We use offset printing, which provides the highest quality of print material for both text and images.


As you place an order, the price is automatically adjusted as you select your options. Once you have selected all of your options, including shipping, you'll see the final price. That price you see is the price you get - no more waiting around for quotes that don't include hidden fees!