- Ticket Printing
If you need quality tickets for an event at a reasonable cost, PrintFirm is your one-stop for ticket printing. Your event is special, right? Perhaps your tickets should be special, too.
We print our tickets on durable 14-point card stock. PrintFirm gives you seven sizes for ticket printing. 2” x 5.5”, 2” x 7”, 2.5” x 5.5”, 2.5” x 7”, 3” x 5.5”, 3” x 7” and 3.5” x 8.5". You have the option of printing on the front only, or front and back. A glossy UV coating is available for one or both sides. UV coating offers resistance to dirt and moisture. A non-UV coating that is matte in appearance is also available. We can perforate your cards so that a ticket stub can be removed. When you place your order, you can choose if you want perforation for your tickets. Numbering is also available as an option for ticket printing.
Do you want to try a non-standard ticket shape? PrintFirm gives you the option to round the corners of your tickets. Corner radiuses include 1/8 inch and 1/4 inch.
Full color is the best choice for tickets. A black and white ticket scheme creates the impression among ticket buyers that your organization is unprofessional even when that is not the case. When you print a creative design in full color, ticket buyers may keep the tickets after the event is over. This can even lead to vendor loyalty when ticket buyers want to use the same ticket vendor multiple times in a row.
You can upload your own print-ready design to our website for ticket printing. PrintFirm accepts all of the popular graphic design file formats such as PDF, AI, and TIFF. If nobody in your organization is skilled at graphic design, our talented in-house team of graphic artists can create a ticket design. You can still upload proprietary graphics and text to our artists and they will incorporate those elements into your design.
If your organization is handling the ticket design, be certain to include enough bleed space. Offset printing requires a margin of error with the ticket cutting process, and this is also known as bleed space. Extend your design about 1/8 of an inch past the design borders. Consistent, quality results are possible when using this design tip.