Custom Pizza Boxes

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  1. jennad

    jennad New Member

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    I am having a terrible time trying to find a company to custom print my logo on the top of a plain pizza box without charging me $9/box (I know, I laughed too) If you have any leads I would love to hear what y'all are doing to avoid the generic pizza box with that cartoon man tossing dough on the top.

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. Mondo

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    The only way to get a decent price is to buy in bulk. Unless you have a place to warehouse a few hundred bundles and you don't mind paying for it all up front, your best bet is to talk to your supplier and work something out with them. Most will have a few different companies they work with.
     
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    Get a big stamp. stamp the boxes as they go out or as you fold them
     
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    Go through your food distributor

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    I have in the past, sold advertising on the sides of the boxes to offset the cost of the printing prices (not the total cost)
     
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    Interesting. Who would typically purchase that advertising?
     
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    In the past, i had a local karate place and a local indoor batting cage facility. $100 per month.