PCDM209 - 8.375" X 3.5"
The PCDM209 is a high quality, .30 mil thick plastic postcard that has a punchout/detachable card positioned vertically. These plastic postcards are hard for any recipient to overlook, and receive the highest response rate in the modern-day direct mail business.
We can also provide services from beginning to end. Mailing services include addressing, personalization, variable print, CASS certification, NCOA presort all combine for precise and accurate mailings. Mailing lists are available but are priced separately.
The answer to that question is simply put: "Because we know what we’re doing." That's why so many businesses have trusted us with their card printing since 1996.
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This product is perfect for small businesses! We will do short runs. All you need to qualify for USPS standard presort postcard rate is 200 pieces after presort. For first class presort, that minimum is 500 pieces. You can always send out with regular first class postage as well.
- Product Number:
- Finished Size:
- 8.375" X 3.5"
- Detachable Cards/Tags?
- 1 detachable card
2.125" x 3.25"
- CMYK only
- Short runs (250) or
long runs (millions)
- Rush Services are available
- Mailing lists available
- Press production proof available
- Other configurations
- Call 866-344-2300
What do you mean by "short runs"?
It simply means that we accept orders for as small as 250 pieces. In order to qualify for discounted postage rates, you need a minimum of 200 pieces for USPS Standard Presort and a minimum of 500 pieces for USPS First Class Presort. These low minimum quantities makes it easier for the small business to try this product that has had some impressive response rates in the direct mail industry.
CMYK or Pantone (PMS) colors?
With our postcards and direct mailers, we print in CMYK only. We will try our best to match Pantone colors as closely as possible, but not all Pantone colors are achievable in CMYK.
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