Laminated Card Bookmark
Product Code: 185037
£37.50 per full colour design per position
7 working days from proof approval
40 x 150mm (rounded corners)
About this Product
Promotional Laminated Card Bookmark printed in full colour to really show off your company logo or message.
A popular promotional giveaway or as part of a direct-mail out campaign, these printed bookmarks are cost-effective merchandise items. A fantastic low-cost marketing tool that flaunts your design printed to both sides for eye-catching awareness.
These branded bookmarks are available in two versions: squared corners (185 x 45mm) or rounded corners (150 x 40mm), the choice is yours. Please note that there is a slight size difference depending on round or square corners.
To protect your design and offer long-lasting visibility for your brand, these printed bookmarks are made from sturdy card that is then laminated. The result? A durable promotional product that the recipient can use time and time again, meaning repeated exposure of your logo.
Ideal for a wide range of industries and demographics, these promotional card bookmarks are a low-risk way of promoting your business. From giveaways at events such as book launches and academic events to a freebie alongside a sale of a book.
Please note: available with print to both sides (Only 1 side printed as standard), please contact us for the additional costs for 2 sided print.
Prices include a full colour personalisation in 1 position. Prices exclude VAT, origination and carriage.
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