How much are you paying for custom boxes?

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  1. Mike

    Mike Member

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    We are currently paying,

    $0.39 for 12 inch
    $0.48 for 16 inch
    $0.67 for 18 inch

    Is anyone paying less? or should I stop complaining about paying almost $0.50 for a lg box :)
     
  2. Steve

    Steve Active Member

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    47 cents for a custom 16" box for us

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  3. famousperry

    famousperry Active Member

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    finally just got my new B-flute white 1 color custom boxes
    18" $0.52
    14" $0.38
    10" $0.26
    10"clay $0.16
    I also use pizza inserts (some call them ripple sheets, etc)
    14"0.11
    12"0.09
    10"0.06

    I think the paper will soon be more than the food!#%@#@
     
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  4. durbancic

    durbancic Active Member

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    We use perfect crust liners. Ended up ditching the 12" liner and using the 10" for both sizes. Less cost, less to inventory.
     
  5. Steve Amlani

    Steve Amlani New Member

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    .37 for 16"
    .30 for 12"
    .24 for 10"

    I too use inserts/ripple sheets and those go for about .07
     
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  6. Slice of Italeigh

    Slice of Italeigh New Member

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    ok, so who do you get them through? I need some custom boxes done asap.
     
  7. famousperry

    famousperry Active Member

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    we use a local paper vendor that we have been using for over 30yrs. If you are new be prepared to pre-pay for a large order. Depending on your volume they might stock them for you. After you have built a relationship with your vendor you can usually switch to pay as you go. Most broadline food vendors can do as well but I have found their pricing to always be higher. Good Luck!
     
  8. pizzapiratespp

    pizzapiratespp Well-Known Member

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    Prices have gone up a lot over the last few years.

    We're at
    10" .30
    12" .37
    14" .41
    16" .52
     
  9. durbancic

    durbancic Active Member

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    8" .34
    10" .38
    12" .43
    14" .48