White, Black, Blue, Green, Orange, Purple, Red, Yellow
£37.50 per full colour design
5 working days from proof approval (up to 1000 units with white insert),
10 working days from proof approval (standard)
About this Product
This promotional change tray is made from 100% recycled plastic and offers a safe way for your colleagues to receive cash, banknotes or cards from customers.
A must-have social distancing item for embracing the new normal in your workplace, this simple device will help keep transactions 'Covid-secure' for your colleagues and team. It makes exchanging cards, cash, receipts and more as safe as possible and is an ideal addition to fast-paced retail environments including shops, food outlets, newsagents and more.
Available in your choice of eight colours, this promotional tip tray is printed with your full colour design to the white insert section in the centre. Coloured inserts are available at an extra cost; please contact us for pricing.
These branded change trays can be dispatched in as little as five working days, with a minimum order quantity of just 250 units.
This promotional social distancing product comes with an eco-friendly twist: as well as being made in the UK (meaning a reduced carbon footprint), it's also made from 100% recycled plastic, too.
Also available with antimicrobial treatment here.
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Prices include a full colour personalisation in 1 position. Prices exclude VAT, origination and carriage.
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